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Home-Canned Baked Beans

Updated: Jan 25

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I am notorious for trying out our favorite store-bought canned items in homemade form. When I started working on cleaning out the pantry and freezers to prepare for vegetable harvest season and found a giant bag of dry pinto beans, I figured, baked beans take SO LONG to make- so why not pre-can some?

Well folks, I am happy to report that not only do they taste great, but I now have 6 quarts and 10 pints of homemade baked beans on our pantry shelf. **Please only try my canning recipes at your own risk and after educating yourself on canning. I experiment with things in my kitchen because I am comfortable doing so.


1/2 cup Dry beans of your choice

1.5 tablespoons Molasses

1.5 tablespoons Brown sugar

1 tablespoon Mustard

Chunks of bacon (do your own thing here)

1/2 teaspoon Salt

1/2 teaspoon Garlic salt

Step 1- Sterilize your canning jars the way you would before any other canning project! In this recipe we are going to use pint jars, double the recipe for quarts.

Step 2- Add ingredients listed into each jar.

Step 3- Top all jars off with hot water to 1-inch head space. Make sure to de-bubble!

Step 4- Pressure can at 10 pounds for 75 minutes.

That's it! Can you believe how simple that was? Homemade convenience meals are so easy and so worth it.

I hope you enjoyed this quick canning recipe, happy homesteading!

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