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Slow Cooker Barbeque Beans

Slow Cooker Barbeque Beans

Happy Friday everyone! We are off to Cocoa Beach this weekend for a family getaway and to celebrate Father’s Day! I am so looking forward to relaxing near the ocean while the kiddies play in the sand and water all day… Nothing like the beach for a playground right?As much as I love to cook, I will tell you that I am welcoming the break in the kitchen. I’ve been feeling a bit burnt out lately, not really in the mood to cook much…it may have a lot to do with this close to 100 degree weather we are having. I can not wait to be waited on and to try out a couple of local beachside restaurants that were recommended to me. I love seafood and plan to eat lots of it this weekend! I hope to be able to get some good pics and give you a review of our eats…but dining out with my 2 little ones is a challenge in itself so I won’t make any promises!(Happy Father’s Day Daddy! xoxo)

I’ll leave you this weekend with an easy slow cooker recipe for beans. I created this recipe a couple of weekends ago and we really enjoyed it. Beans like this are a great summer side dish…serve them alongside some grilled BBQ chicken and vegetables and you’ve got yourself a meal!

Slow Cooker Barbeque Beans

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Slow Cooker Barbeque Beans


  • 2 cans pinto beans (drained but not rinsed)
  • 1 large can cannellini beans (drained but not rinsed)
  • 2 andouille chicken sausage links, diced (you can subsitute 1/2 package turkey smoked sausage)
  • 1/2 cup ketchup
  • 1/4 cup mustard
  • 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
  • 2 TB Worcestershire
  • 2 TB chili powder
  • 1 TB smoked paprika
  • small pinch of salt and big pinch of fresh ground pepper


  1. Combine all ingredients in crock pot and cook on high for 3-5 hours.

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Slow Cooker Barbeque Beans


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33 comments on “Slow Cooker Barbeque Beans”

  1. Have a great weekend,Aggie. Happy Father's Day to your husband and to your dad!

  2. I've never made my own baked beans- these sound great! You also know how much I love your slow cooker recipes 😉 CUTE pic of the kiddies- hope you guys have a blast this weekend! Drink lots of water- I hear the heat index is supposed to be out of control

  3. I love my slow cooker – such a time saver! Ive never used it to make beans before though. What a good idea! I will have to give it a try! 🙂

  4. As much fun as it is to be in the kitchen, it's just as much fun to run out! Enjoy your weekend off.

  5. I love this recipe. Very simple and easy which is good because I've only made refried beans from scratch, not baked beans. Thanks for sharing!

  6. Aggie, this look like a recipe staple for beans. Thanks for sharing it with us. Have a wonderful weekend

  7. Have a fun weekend! The beans look great. 🙂

  8. Enjoy your getaway. I'll take the heat if you take the rain. The beans look delicious. Anything in the slow cooker is aok by me!

  9. What a fun weekend! I hope you have a great, relaxing time.
    This looks fabulous.
    I haven't been able to comment as much as I have wanted to lately (we are staying at my in-laws and their computer is old/tempermental!)

    I was going to make those frozen bananas from Bon Appetit and never got around to it.
    I have the exact same problem with magazines and tearing out recipes. What is the solution?!!!

  10. Oh love the beans have a good weekend!

  11. Yum! I love baked beans and for some reason the only time I make them is in the heat of summer. Go figure!

    The photo of the kids is so adorable! Hope your weekend is great!

  12. Have a fun weekend, Aggie. I'll be in Florida from next Wed., in St. Augustine and Orlando for Disneyworld. 100 degree weather? Ack!

  13. Sounds like a fun weekend! The beans sound delicious. I will definitely be making them for the fourth of July. Thanks for sharing.

  14. I LOVE baked beans! And these look fantastic!

  15. Great looking summer recipe! I don't have a slow cooker but will have to throw these on the stove early one weekend morning.

  16. Aggie,
    Hope you're enjoying your beach weekend. I'll be making these beans later in the week. You know how I love using my crockpot.

    Happy Father's Day to my little brother Larry!

  17. Hubs loves baked beans, I will have to make these for him. Love your photo! Too cute!

  18. OH.. you lucky gal, I've never eaten them homemade, sadly only out of can! The pictures are fab and the dish looks like summer fun…

  19. I changed to a new Domain… Girl Japan– I have not sent out the announcements yet – )

  20. I love barbeque beans! It'll be nice to try a homemade version rather than out of a can, thanks for the recipe! : )

  21. Perfection!

  22. those beans look fabulous. Hope you had a great time at the beach!

  23. I love Baked Beans ! They are a fun summertime meal! and they taste good:)

    Thanks for sharing your recipe:)


    Have A great Summer Day!

  24. This is a great idea – much better than just heating up those cans!

  25. Hope you had a great vacation. These beans looks really yummy. 🙂

  26. Have a wonderful time! Your beans looks so savory!

  27. Perfect for the 4th! My mom used to love homemade baked beans more than life itself….Have fun!

  28. oh my…my hubby would love these! can't wait to give them a try:)

  29. Have fun at the beach! Wish I was tagging along. I'll have to give beans in the slow cooker a try! What cute kids!

  30. I love using the slow cooker, but have never tried beans in them! These BBQ Beans look great and are perfect to serve when you are cooking out!

    Hope ya'll had fun at the beach!

  31. Man you don't know what you just did! I grew up in Satellite Beach just next to Cocoa Beach and you have stirred up all kinds of emotions. And these beans look amazing on top of it! Hope the weekend was fabulous!

  32. Wow great cooking ideas here. I will check back often.

  33. Tried these and followed recipe even though I thought the amounts of chili powder and paprika where WAY too much. Should have went with my gut. They were horrible. Tried adding brown sugar and diced tomatoes but it was still too burning spicy. This recipe is like the person couldn’t decide how to make a bbq sauce. This tasted more like a bad chili bean dish. I ended up rinsing the beans and trying to correct it via the stovetop. Made a bbq sauce with tomatoe sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, mustard, minced onion, worchestershire sauce and honey and you could hardly taste the chili powder that had been absorbed into the beans. Worse crock pot fail EVER!