And just when I thought Baked Beans couldn’t get any better, along came these Smokehouse Grilled Barbecue Beans! Perfect for Grilling Season, Cookouts, Potlucks and more! Rich, smoky flavor baked beans with bacon and barbecue sauce that sends this delicious grilling side dish to the top of the list!
There are few meals I enjoy more than a good burger on the grill, baked beans and perhaps potato salad. And with grilling season upon us, I guess I’m in luck! Not only is the food delicious cooked on the grill, there is just something about the laid back time, sitting out on the deck waiting for dinner to cook, enjoying a tall cold beverage. These Grilled Beans take a couple hours to cook, but don’t let that scare you away from the recipe, it’s a must make!
Once in awhile I turn Doug loose in the kitchen to create a new recipe. I have to admit, some of the time his ideas are a little quirky, but this time…oh man, this time, my friends…he struck gold!
These delicious Smokehouse Grilled Barbecue Beans have a pretty common ingredient list, except for the KC Masterpiece® Kansas City Classic barbecue sauce. This brand new limited-edition Barbecue Sauce was made to celebrate the brands 35th anniversary. And let me tell you, I sure do hope it stays around for a long time, we loved it!
Along with the barbecue sauce, he used KC Masterpiece® Baked Beans – Applewood Smoked Bacon variety, Green Pepper, Onion, Ground Mustard, Bacon, Brown Sugar and Vinegar. The vinegar cuts the sweetness of the brown sugar and pulls together all the flavors.
To cook the beans on the grill, we used a square foil pan. It worked out perfectly with less mess to clean up and would be perfect for camping or taking to potlucks.
- 2 cans (28 oz each) KC Masterpiece Applewood Smoked Bacon Beans
- ¼ cup KC Masterpiece Kansas City Classic Barbecue Sauce
- 6 slices Bacon, chopped and cooked
- 1 cup Onion, finely chopped
- ½ cup Green Pepper, finely chopped
- ½ cup Brown Sugar, packed
- ¼ cup White Vinegar
- 2 teaspoons Ground Mustard
- Cook bacon until crispy, set aside
- Chop onions and green pepper, cook in bacon drippings until soft
- Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, then transfer to 9x9 foil pan for the grill or baking dish for the oven
- Preheat grill to medium-low heat
- Cook beans over direct heat for about 2 hours until bubbly
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