Loaded Crock-Pot Campfire Beans are not your average, boring baked beans. Nope! Instead, these baked beans are absolutely LOADED with protein and yummy flavors, plus a hint of smokiness. I don’t think there’s anything boring about that!
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Did I mention that this recipe can easily be made gluten-free? Yep! That’s just another reason why this recipe is so fabulous! It’s truly a great dish and perfect for any party, carry-in/pot-luck, picnic, BBQ, reunions or when camping.
In addition, Loaded Crock-Pot Campfire Beans can serve as a side dish, or they can stand alone as a hearty and filling meal.
Last Sunday my husband and I attended a family reunion. Each family was asked to bring one meat dish, and either a side dish or a dessert. Guess what we took? Yep, we shared Loaded Crock-Pot Campfire Beans (and a cake), with our family.
As you can see in the picture above, Loaded Crock-Pot Campfire Beans are a hearty meal and perfect for your next camping excursion. In order to simplify things, I suggest precooking the ground beef and bacon beforehand and perhaps cutting the recipe in half (unless you are going to be serving a large group of people).
Depending on your campfire and the placement of your Dutch oven, obviously, the cooking time will vary. All you need to do is thoroughly heat and serve the tasty dinner piping hot. It’s also easy to reheat any leftovers the next day.
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