The Angry Pig Baked Beans

Angry Pig Baked Beans in blue baking dish

Growing up my father was in retail and he usually worked everyday of the week but Sunday.  He loved to barbecue , so every Sunday afternoon that is what he would do. When there was barbecue there was always yummy sides, baked beans were always on the list . In my mind it is a necessary side dish so I took my mom’s basic baked beans and adjusted it . These Angry Pig Baked beans is a dish I came up with my husband in mind. He loves meat added to his baked beans and wants everything spicy. Since this was his cheat meal , I made it happen and boy they were GOOD.

single serving angry pig baked beans in a white dish

These Angry Pig Baked beans are really the perfect side dish if you are looking for a something with a punch of flavor. They are sweet , savory and has a bit a heat. Start off by browning the spicy sausage with the onions, bell pepper and jalapeno. Make you break up the sausage as fine as you can.

Pork, onions and bell peppers cooking in a skillet

In a bowl mis the baked beans, brown sugar, ketchup, bbq sauce, mustard and sriracha.

In a white cowl, beans, ketchup , mustard and BBQsauce

Add the meat mixture and mix well.

Bean Mixture and ground pork being mixed

Add to a baking dish and top with the 1×1 cut jalapeno bacon. Bake uncovered in a preheated 350 degree oven for one hour to one and a half hours. When the bacon is good and brown it is ready.

Angry Pig Baked Beans in a pan being topped with uncooked bacon

ENJOY!!

If you are looking for a perfect side dish for your next BBQ check these out:

The Angry Pig Baked Beans

3.92 from 62 votes
Course Side
Servings 8 -10
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Ingredients
  

  • 16 oz spicy breakfast sausage
  • 55 oz Can Original Bush's Baked Beans
  • 1 cup diced onions
  • 1/2 cup diced bell pepper
  • 1 diced jalapeno-seeded
  • 1/2 cup ketchup
  • 1/2 cup BBQ sauce
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons Mustard
  • 1/2 teaspoon sriracha
  • Diced Jalapeno Bacon-Cut in about 1x1 inch pieces

Instructions
 

  • Brown breakfast sausage with diced onions, bell pepper and fresh jalapeno
  • In a large bowl mix canned beans, ketchup, BBQ Sauce, mustard, brown sugar and sriracha( do not drain the beans , use all the yummy juices)
  • Add sausage mixture and mix together
  • Pour mixture into a baking dish
  • Cover the top with diced jalapeno bacon
  • Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for an hour to an hour and half...or until bacon is crisp
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

 

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Jane Ward
Jane Ward
6 years ago

Hey Debbie! Cousin Jane here! Your Mama and Aunt Nancy are here and told me to Google your blog! Hugs and love!

Charlotte Perritt
Charlotte Perritt
5 years ago

Hey Debbie, enjoy your recipes and stories! Great blog!Love you!

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Debra Burger
Debra Burger
4 years ago

I want to tweek this to use beef bacon and nonpork products. I would call it The non pig angry pig baked beans.

Terri Kushner
Terri Kushner
4 years ago
Reply to  Debra Burger

Hi Debra Burger: I would call your tweek “Kosher Angry Pig Baked Beans”.

Nichole
Nichole
4 years ago

What type of bush’s Beans

Cindy
Cindy
4 years ago

Where does one get jalapeño bacon?

Bev
Bev
1 year ago
Reply to  Debbie

As I can’t find the jalapeno bacon, I will just add jalapeno which I already have anyway!

Kierra
Kierra
4 years ago

Did you drain the beans at all ??

Sidney
Sidney
4 years ago

Those sounds good, but possibly hot. I think if I left off some of the hot things, I could handle it though,

One note – I never use ready made baked beans. While Bush’s has a great flavor, the beans have a tough skin. I make them using Van de Camp’s pork and beans, with ketchup, Worcestershire, brown sugar, onion, and a little ground mustard, and of course bacon.
The texture of the beans is so much better. Don’t use their ready made baked beans though. They’re not very good.

pat
pat
3 years ago

Debbie,
Is that 1/2 cup of BBQ sauce or 1/2 bottle and if a bottle, what size bottle?
Pat

John Janssen
John Janssen
2 years ago

Made mine with Gr. beef, 1 roasted pepper, everything else as written. Terrific recipe. Beef instead of pork, had to change the name. Your Angry Pig became my Mad Cow !!! Got some looks about that !! Great stuff !! Thanks for sharing !

Robyn
Robyn
1 year ago

5 stars
This is ny new baked bean recipe! Definite crowd pleaser. Haven’t been able to find the jalapeno bacon but thick cut hickory works just find! Thank you for this! 🥰

Roger Brown
Roger Brown
1 year ago

5 stars
This recipe is similar to the way my Mother always made her baked beans., except she didn’t put jalpeno’s in it.

Cookee
Cookee
8 months ago

5 stars
These are the absolute best BBQ Summer Beans in the world. We served them at our family picnic…they were inhaled by the family. Yum!!! The only change I made was no heat or hot peppers due to health reasons. But to me that made no change to the taste of this great recipe. Thank you!!

Kaen
Kaen
1 month ago

Hello, Quick question – Can I add the cooked bacon to the rest of the ingredients and then cook in the crockpot? Thank you