Jammie's Sinfully Sweet BBQ & Sausage Baked Beans

Jammie Gogel


My Baked Beans recipe is one of my own personal favorites that's similar to my moms recipe. I just made some changes & added a few things to make it my own & my family absolutely loves them. They are sweet & very tasty with multiple satisfying textures. Plus they're loaded with protein!!! The only sad thing is that I never have any leftovers!

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10 Min
1 Hr


2 can(s)
bush's "maple cured bacon" baked beans 28 oz cans
3/4 bottle
kraft "sweet brown sugar" bbq sauce (18oz)
1 c
dark brown sugar (light or dark whichever you prefer)
1/2 medium
vadalia sweet onion
2 pkg
eckrich smok-y sausage links (8.3oz pks)
3/4 c
water (for thicker consistency add less water)
1 Tbsp
white sugar


1Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
2Chop the onion into personal preference size. ( I prefer smaller-cooks better that way) Set aside for now.
3Slice all the Eckrich Sausage Links into quarter inch rounds. Set aside for now.
4After opening pore both cans of the baked beans into a 13x9 inch glass or metal baking dish/pan.
5Then add in the Kraft BBQ sauce & Brown Sugar mix well. Slowly while still stirring add the water.
6Next add the onions and mix in so they are evenly through the pan.
7Add the sliced Eckrich sausage links & mix well.
8Lastly, sprinkle about 1 tbsp white sugar over the top of the beans.
9Now place 2 sheets of tin foil one on each side of the dish/pan leaving an open slit (about 1/4 inch) from one end of the pan to the other. (see picture for example)
10Finally, place the pan in the oven & bake for 1 hour. Then remove & let cool for 10 minutes before serving. Enjoy!
11Tip: They do thicken after cooling so when reheating just add 1 tsp of water per cup of baked beans when reheating.

About Jammie's Sinfully Sweet BBQ & Sausage Baked Beans

Course/Dish: Other Side Dishes
Main Ingredient: Beans/Legumes
Regional Style: Southern
Other Tag: Quick & Easy