Sausage and Bean Bake

sausage and baked bean casserole

I am so excited to share this recipe as it is one of the nicest meals we have had in a really long time!

The old favourites sausages and baked beans make this really easy casserole / bake popular with kids and adults alike.

It is really easy to make as it is juts a bung it in the oven kind of job, and there is only one pan to wash up – that is what we like!



6 Sausages (less or more depending on how many you want to serve)

1 tin baked beans

2 red onions, chopped into rough chunks

300ml beef stock

3 cloves of garlic, crushed

A handful of mushrooms, sliced

Half a teaspoon thyme

1 tablespoon plain flour

Olive oil

sausage and baked bean bake


1) Preheat the oven to 210* (fan 200*). Add a good glug of olive oil to a casserole dish, then add the sausages, chopped up onion, garlic and thyme.

2) Bung the dish in the oven for 30-35 minutes or until the sausages are browned.

3) Make up 300ml of beef stock, stir in a tablespoon of flour and then add the tin of baked beans and mix together.

4) When the sausages are browned, add the stock and bean mix and the sliced mushrooms and bung back in the oven for another half an hour.

5) Remove from the oven and serve. We had ours with homemade potato wedges, but you could just serve this with chunks of fresh baguette. Yum!


L x



  1. Our bean bake at home is

    Beans chopped tomatoes scrambled egg mushrooms sausage and bacon all sliced up and mixed together with cheesey mash on top and sliced tomato !! Perfect !! Plates are always cleared and ready for seconds !

  2. This was lovely!! Have just finished enjoying your sausage and bean bake, we all could have licked our plates! Just the job for a hungry family, super tasty!! I did it with 12 skinny sausages, and it fed the 6 of us! This is the second of your recipes I’ve tried. The yummy crunchie cake is going to be used again at two birthday parties this weekend! Glad I found you, lots more to try! Thank you!

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