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can you freeze baked beans?

Posted by rob333 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 17, 13 at 19:03

Mom wants to know. She brought them to our reunion today. She wants have the remainder on labor day. Can it be done?

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RE: can you freeze baked beans?

Not a problem. I do it all the time. I have one pint just plain without seasoning. (topped it with a leftover rich pale ale beer when DH feel asleep and did not finish)... Might use it in a soup. Another pint is bbq white beans. (not at all sweet, just spicy). Another i added a bit of maple syrup, lime, cilantro, tomato, fetta etc. (greek-ish) and served with a lunch of cucumber and olives. I froze the basic lime/cilantro beans for another dish later...
When i go to the trouble to soak a bag of beans...bring to boil and let sit overnight, and make a few different dishes, it is alot of beans!. So i always freeze some for an easy later dish addition..
Red beans, white beans, black beans...

RE: can you freeze baked beans?

Cool! Thanks.

RE: can you freeze baked beans?

I agree, I've frozen baked beans in individual servings to rewarm later. They freeze fine.


RE: can you freeze baked beans?

Yep, I freeze the leftovers all the time-- no problem.

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