Baked Beans and Sausage (Beanie Weenies)

This is an extremely easy recipe for a more-mature style of old fashion beenie weenies.  It's so easy it can be cooked at home on a stove, on a grill, in a smoker or cook it up like a true mountain man, over a camp fire on your next camping trip!

You only need two things: 1. Bush's Baked Beans (Original).  2. Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage (Any Flavor).

I cook it in an iron skillet and in a charcoal smoker. When you get your grill ready simply empty the can of beans into the skillet.  Cut the sausage up into 1/8" or 1/4" circle pieces.  Then place the sausage pieces over the beans like a pizza.  Don't completely cover the beans so the smoke can still get to the beans.  Close the smoker and let it cook for around 20 minutes.  When the beans start to lightly boil and the top of the sausage looks a little crisp, you're done!

It will be one of the best things you've ever put in your mouth, guaranteed.  If the "great outdoors" had a flavor, this would be it!  Although cooking in an iron skillet doesn't really contribute to the flavor, it sure as heck makes you feel more like a man!

Serve as is or mix it up in a bowl as shown in image.

By: Anonymous Contributor


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