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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Barbecue Sundae

These are so much fun! After all May is National Barbecue Month and we need to do something fun and different than the norm. You can really cheat on this one. You can buy your shredded barbecued pork and sauce, as well as the baked beans and coleslaw. I still think homemade is best. Look on the sidebar for my favorites. This recipe is for 4 servings, but make as many as you need.

You will need wide-mouth 16-ounce Mason jars for these gourmet treats.

4 servings
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2 cups warm baked beans
2 cups coleslaw
1 pound warm shredded barbecue
Barbecue sauce
Dill pick wedges (optional)

Divide baked beans among 4 pint size Mason type jars, mugs or bowls; top each with 1/2 cup coleslaw, 1/4 pound warm shredded barbecue pork, and sauce. Serve with a dill pickle wedge, if desired.


  1. i can't wait to make these. they are so much fun! i will be very careful around the jars!

  2. You are not dealing with anything too hot. You should be okay. haha

  3. Oh dear heavens! That sounds mouth wateringly delicious!...:)JP

  4. Oh yummy yummy. What can I say but I WANT SOME NOW!!!!

  5. This sounds GOOD! And, what a great way to serve!


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