BBB (Beef,Bacon and Beans)

Recipe provided by Backwoods Prepper

I would like to share this recipe with the pack.

BBB (Beef,Bacon and Beans)

  • 1 14.5oz can of Keystone beef or a quart jar of canned deer meat (what I use)
  • 1 28oz can of your favorite baked beans
  • 6 slices of bacon fried the way u like it. Crisp is best for this recipe
  • 1 tablespoon molasses
  • 1 tablespoon of brown sugar. or make your own white sugar and molasses.
  • 1 teaspoon mustard

dash of salt

Combine all ingredients in a cast iron pot for best taste or any pot will do. bring to a boil turn down on low simmer for 20 to 30 min covered. cut heat let stand covered about 10 minutes and serve. serves 4. we make cornbread muffins to go with ours but any bread you like will do. Hope you guys like it, we do very hearty. Never stop prepping.

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  1. Keep the recipes coming!

  2. Thomas T. Tinker says:

    Wonder what the shelf life of Molasses is? Could you cut the recipe for less? Sounds like a stupid ? but …. well there it is.

    • Backwoods Prepper says:

      I would believe mollasess is about the same as honey. We have eaten it after being canned for more than 20 years.

  3. Now that made me hungry.

  4. Alittle2late says:

    this is kinda off subject. I was wondering if there is going to be another run on the wolf pack cookbook? And if there has been any progress on the archived blog on cd. Just in case the internet is shut down for the gun grab.

  5. inquisitorjje says:

    Made this for supper tonight reminded me of chili but a little sweeter. As far as molasses I use homemade sorgum syrup instead and if kept in the fridge after opening it lasts for years. Thanks for the recipe it hit the spot.

    • Backwoods Prepper says:

      If you thought that was good tonights dinner was fried rabbit hind quarters made country gravy on the drippings and homade bicuits and homemade apple butter yum yum. lol reminds me of grandpa on Hee Haw.

  6. Tactical G-Ma says:

    What, such a delicious dish and no onions?

  7. This sounds like what my wife calls “Chuckwagon Beans”. In fact she fixed up a mess of it yesterday. Only she uses fresh ground beef and adds a can of Ranch Style beans to cut the sweetness a bit. It’s very tasty and filling.

  8. MountainSurvivor says:

    Baked beans are a favorite of mine. Any time of the year. I’d also add green pepper, onion, tomato paste, a squirt of creamed horseradish, ground black pepper, a sprinkling of apple cider vinegar, a little water and a squirt of catsup to your recipe and let the beans slow cook in the oven a while.

  9. Well that will stick to your ribs. Thanks for a great recipe, looks like I’m making Sunday dinner.

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