We took our Homemade Smoked Baked Beans recipe to the next level by adding a heaping helping of pulled pork! Our Smoked Pulled Pork Baked Beans can be made into a whole meal if that’s your thing. It also makes a great side dish for any of your upcoming BBQs, cookouts, or potlucks, too. Put the can away, homemade baked beans are the way.
Smoked Pulled Pork & Beans
Canned baked beans definitely have their place for a quick summer meal, but man. If you’ve ever had the real deal homemade version, you’re going to build that time into your cook to toss on a pan of beans.
Plus, homemade baked beans are really great to bring to a BBQ or potluck. They transport easily, reheat easily, and can even be tossed in a slow cooker to keep warm without losing quality.
Smoked Pulled Pork and Beans shopping list
Wondering if you have to hit the store? Here’s the list of items you’ll need to make this recipe. For specific amounts, please refer to the printable recipe card at the bottom of the post.
- dark brown sugar
- apple cider vinegar
- yellow mustard
- bbq rub
- smoked pulled pork
- Great Nothern beans
- Navy beans
How to make Smoked Baked Beans with Pulled Pork
This is just the overview so you can see what you’re actually getting into here. When you are cooking, you’ll want to use the full recipe at the bottom of the page.
We’re smoking these, so 220° is the target.
Mix it up
Mix the sauce ingredients, drain the beans, and stir everything together in a grill-safe pan.
For about an hour until you peek. Then give it a little stir, and smoke it for another hour.
These are pretty flexible, so if you want to smoke them for the 2 hours called for here or go longer, like 4-5 hours, it should be fine either way. If you go longer, just keep an eye on the sauce and if things start getting less saucey than you’d like, throw some beer in there to loosen it up. You do you.
Smoked Pulled Pork Baked Beans FAQ
Cover the pan with tin foil and stick it in the fridge. Easy stuff. You can also store in an airtight storage container, or even in a freezer baggie if you’d prefer.
Good news! The leftovers for Smoked Pulled Pork and Beans heat up perfectly in the microwave.
Yes! I’ve used leftover brisket before, and it was delicious. I’d also love to try this recipe with a pulled ham some time.
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1 hour 10 minutes
- 2 cups ketchup
- 1 cup dark brown sugar
- 1 cup beer
- 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
- 1 tablespoon yellow mustard
- 1 tablespoon Whiskey Bent bbq Old Fashioned rub (or your favorite is fine here)
Beans & Meat
- 2 cups smoked pulled pork
- 2 cans Great Northern Beans, drained
- 2 cans Navy beans, drained
- 1 small onion, diced
- Preheat your smoker to 220° following factory directions. Prep a grill-safe pan with cooking spray. I’ve been really loving my MadeIn set! Disposable foil grill pans work well too.
- Mix together all of the sauce ingredients until combined.
- Pour the beans and onion into the pan. Top with the sauce and stir gently. Mix in the smoked pulled pork.
- Put the pan on the grill, shut the lid, and go do something else for an hour.
- Stir gently and go away again.
- Cook for another hour-ish, or until the sauce is thickened to your liking and reduced and everything is bubbly and melded together.
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Amount Per Serving:
Calories: 275Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 668mgCarbohydrates: 50gFiber: 6gSugar: 31gProtein: 11g
Nutrition data provided here is only an estimate. If you are tracking these things for medical purposes please consult an outside, trusted source. Thanks!