Really good...I used 15 oz of northern beans, baby butter, kidney, and then 28 oz of bush's baked beans. So I doubled the sauce and put 1/2 of it on top in the crockpot for about 4 hours on low. Added extra mustard and a few drops of tabasco so it wasn't as sweet. Served with fritos scoops..yummy!
Steph July 19, 2009 REVIEW:
This dish was super simple and went over great at a cook-out. When I went to the grocery store I didn't see any 20 oz cans of beans, so I did 4 cans of 15 oz and did a light and a dark kidney bean. Even with the alteration, it was great!
shellbugger June 28, 2007 REVIEW:
I had to change some things, as this was a last-minute dish for a pot luck we were going to. I used one can pork & beans, one can baked beans, and one can black beans (it's what I had on hand!) I eliminated the brown sugar, and cut back on the catsup. It was really good! My husband wasn't so sure that it made a great main dish, but thought it was an awesome dip for plain tortilla chips. And, I didn't have any leftovers!!!
jillibean April 27, 2007 REVIEW:
My mother made a version of this recipe and it was always a great hit, expecially at a cookout. She used the Big White Lima Beans and added about a half cup of chili sauce to her recipe.
DTW SKins April 13, 2006 REVIEW:
It was a little too rich for my families taste for a main course, so now I use it as a party dish to go with other courses. It's absolutly yummy