Karo fireside baked beans (1965)

Karo Fireside Beans (1965)

The new way to cook is with Karo!

Karo Fireside baked beans

What a wonderful new way to zip up an old favorite! The difference is all flavor — delicious, tantalizing, tangy flavor. Flavor you get only with the special Karo recipe and Karo. Serve easy Fireside Beans often.

Karo Fireside Beans (1965)

Karo Fireside baked beans recipe


1/2 cup Karo All Purpose Syrup (corn syrup)
2 one-pound cans pork ‘n beans
1 tablespoon grated onion
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 lb Canadian bacon, sliced


Mix Karo Syrup, beans, onion and ginger in a 2-quart oven-proof casserole. Arrange slices of Canadian bacon on top. Bake in 400F (hot) oven about 1 hour, basting bacon 3 or 4 times to glaze.

Karo adds delicious new flavor and appetizing new texture to food. Karo gives meats and vegetables an appetite-appealing glaze, blends beautifully in sauces and desserts, and makes even everyday dishes taste delightfully different. When the recipe in your cookbook calls for dark corn syrup or light corn syrup… always use Karo!

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