Steak Burritos With Drunken Beans + Another Chance To Win A Kroger Gift Card & More HamBeens

February 18, 2013 

Pinto HB small cropped copyHave you guys had a chance to pick up any of the varieties of HamBeens yet? If not, you really want to put a couple of bags on your Kroger shopping list. Besides being delicious and very economical – they are so easy to prepare!

My brother and his wife had their first child on Friday and I was busy cooking for them and visiting this weekend. I still had to find time to feed my crew. I decided to whip up some Drunken Beans using a bag of HamBeens Pinto Beans.

I chose these because I could let them simmer for a few hours then finish them off in less than 15 minutes. They became part of my steak burritos last night and will be used tonight with fiesta rice and chicken to become a casserole.

My cost is well under $1 per serving and I was able to knock out two meals with one pot of beans! I actually took some to my dad when I dropped off my brother’s food. One bag of beans makes a HUGE pot – plenty for multiple meals!

Check out my recipe. If you guys have any to share, please email me or leave it in the comments. I’d love to see what you guys are cooking up!

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Easter is just around the corner. Be sure and grab some HamBeens so you will be ready with that leftover ham bone. Don’t forget to check out my recipe for Cajun 15 Bean Soup. Don’t forget, 15 BEAN SOUP can be found in every Kroger across the U.S. Add a couple of bags to your shopping list so you can have a delicious meal with very little money and effort – that’s a win/win in my book!

I have some winners to announce! Congratulations to the first round of winners:

zacnjac@ -  winner of $50 Kroger Gift Card
dpage@ – winner of 3 pack of HamBeens

If you were not a winner in the first round, I have great news! The fabulous folks at Hurst have offered up some great prizes for two more I Heart Kroger readers.

  • One winner gets a $50 Kroger Gift Card
  • One winner gets a 3 pack of HamBeens

Entry is simple! You just need to complete the task below! You can gain a bonus entry as well (just make sure that you leave one entry for each — up to a total of 2 comments.) As a reminder, comments left on Facebook, Twitter or other posts will not be included.  I will choose the winners on Sunday 2/24 at 11 pm.

REQUIRED ENTRY

  • Leave a comment letting me know what recipe you would make with any of the HamBeen varieties.

BONUS ENTRY

Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by the folks at Hurst Beans. All comments and opinions are my own! 

(All posts may contain affiliate links and/or have sponsored content. Read my disclosure policy.)

Comments

195 Responses to “Steak Burritos With Drunken Beans + Another Chance To Win A Kroger Gift Card & More HamBeens”
  1. Sherri says:

    I want to try your Steak Burritos and Drunken Beans! Sounds delicious!

  2. L Crawford says:

    I am so excited that I won the first giveaway :) Wouldn’t it be FABULOUS to do it again LOL. I am going to have to check out the recipe for drunken beans!

  3. Kathy says:

    I am on my way to the store to buy the ingredients for your drunken beans. I know this will be a winner for my husband and son.

  4. I could go for some chili with these beans. Yum!

  5. Audrey says:

    the red curry lentils recipe sounds great!

  6. megan says:

    I would make the Cajun 15 Bean Soup with sausage.

  7. Wanrui says:

    I like Cajun 15 Bean Soup.

  8. megan says:

    I am a facebook fan of Hambeens.

  9. Jenni says:

    Our favorite is the Cajun 15 Bean Soup with spicy sausage!!

  10. Jenni says:

    I’m going to try the Drunken Beans…..with the basketball games coming on big, they will be an easy fixin for the crowd!

  11. Lori P says:

    I think I am going to try your drunken beans recipe!!

  12. Susan Center says:

    I would pick the Cajun beans and make my version of red beans and rice!

  13. Flo says:

    Navy beam with Ham is on the menue for this week. Yumm :0)

  14. Jennifer says:

    Liked them on Facebook

  15. Jennifer says:

    I want to try the drunken beans just because of the name lol

  16. Mary says:

    I am going to try the Cajun 15 bean soup. Wow! That looks amazing!!!

  17. Donna rubright says:

    I want to try the Cajun 15 Bean soup. Great for this weather!

  18. mendy says:

    El Cantarito de Frijoles sounds yummy

  19. John Page says:

    I am a fan of Hurst beans on FB!

  20. John Page says:

    Beefy Chili Bean Soup

    Ingredients:
    •1 1/2 lb. lean ground beef
    •1 cup chopped onion
    •2 medium cloves garlic,minced
    •1 can beef broth
    •2 cans tomato soup
    •1 soup can water
    •2 cans (15 1/2 oz. ea.) kidney beans or pinto beans, undrained
    •3 TBS. chili powder
    •2 TBS. vinegar
    •1 1/2 cups cooked elbow macaroni or other small pasta

    Preparation:

    In large heavy skillet, brown beef and cook onion with garlic until tender, stirring to break up beef. Transfer to crockpot; add beef broth, soup, water, beans, chili powder, and vinegar. Cover and cook on LOW for 4 to 5 hours. Add cooked pasta the last 30 minutes; cook for 30 minutes longer, until hot.
    Serves 6 to 8.

  21. Kayla S says:

    Chili 15 Bean soup sounds delicious!

  22. Kayla S says:

    I liked Hurst Beans on Facebook :D

  23. Lorrie says:

    I would love to make the Green split Pea soup with the ham bone after Easter

  24. Lorrie says:

    I like Hurst Beans on Facebook

  25. bkny63 says:

    I would use these in make mexican rice and beans. Very flavorful.

  26. Rachel says:

    I want to try the Steak Burritos and Drunken Beans.

  27. Debra says:

    the Pasta Fagioli soup!

  28. Debra says:

    liked Hurst beans on facebook (under debra@radaker.com)

  29. Megan says:

    I would like to make the split pea soup.

  30. Gail says:

    One of our favorite parts of a celebration is adding HamBeens to our leftover holiday ham bone. Your drunken beans sound yummy too, may have to give them a try. Thanks for all your great deals and ideas.

  31. Ashley says:

    I want to try the Cajun 15 Bean Soup! looks good! :)

  32. Ashley says:

    I liked Hurst beans on facebook! :)

  33. Amanda Price says:

    I would definately try the 15 bean soup for the crock pot recipe they have listed on the website! I’m on a crock pot cooking kick and tossing in the spices, beans, and some sausage sounds so yummy, easy, and filling! I’m usually weird about cooking dry beans, but this actually looks so simple I might give it a whirl this week! Woo Hoo!

  34. Amanda Price says:

    I also liked Hurst beans on facebook!

  35. Betsy says:

    We love beans! I’ll make regular old pintos and rice with cheese, sour cream, and pico on top.

  36. Betsy says:

    I liked hurst beans on facebook.

  37. Sheri Q says:

    I’d make sofrito and beans and serve it with rice!

  38. Rachel says:

    I would like to try cajun 15-bean soup

  39. Rachel says:

    like hurst on facebook

  40. Mayra says:

    I would love to try the 15 bean soup to make some sausage and shrimp GUMBO yummy!!!

  41. Vera says:

    I love the cajun recipe on back of package w/sausage, onions, tomatoes, and lemon juice. YUM!!!!

  42. Hannah says:

    I would love to make cajun chili!! Your burritos look mouth watering too!

  43. Vera says:

    I liked them on facebook.

  44. Mayra says:

    I like HamBeans on FB

  45. Mary says:

    Thank you for sharing your recipe. That is what I plan on making with my Hurst HamBeans.

  46. Mary says:

    I like Hurst on Facebook!

  47. Mary says:

    Michelle-have you tried the Drunken Beans in your crockpot? Wondering how they turn out with slow-cooked beer?

  48. Theresa N says:

    The chicken 15 bean soup.

  49. Lynn C. says:

    I think the steak burritos look pretty yummy!

  50. Lynn C. says:

    I am a facebook fan!

  51. Catlyn L says:

    I love to try the 15 Bean Vegetable Soup!

  52. Catlyn L says:

    I like Hurst Beans on Facebook!

  53. Rhonda M. says:

    I’d like to make the Great Northern White bean soup. :)

  54. Rhonda M. says:

    I “like” Hurst Beans on Facebook. Thanks!

  55. Janet Hoefs says:

    15 bean vegetable soup!

  56. Janet Hoefs says:

    Liked on Facebook!

  57. Mary says:

    Chili definitely!!

  58. Ginger says:

    We’d have to give the Steak Burritos a try first. We’d certainly be trying many others recipes soon after though.

  59. amanda smith says:

    I would like Chili

  60. amber says:

    i’d make beef chili w/ the chili 15 bean bag

  61. Heather says:

    I would love to make chili with the 15 bean bag variety! I have already put this on my shopping list! Excited to try it!

  62. Heather says:

    I like Hurst Beans on FB!

  63. Camiele says:

    I would try the Split Pea and Asparagus Soup recipe.

  64. Camiele says:

    I am a fan of Hurst Beans on Facebook.

  65. Susan J says:

    The chili for sure

  66. Alli E says:

    Just plain on beans and cornbread are perfect for me!

  67. jodi bradshaw says:

    i like hurst beans on fb

  68. Patricia says:

    I would make those burritos! Yum!

  69. Janice Cooper says:

    I would make the cajun soup

  70. jodi bradshaw says:

    ID LIKE TO MAKE CONFETTI LENTIL SOUPREME I LOVE LENTIL SOUP

  71. Janice Cooper says:

    I “like” Hurst Beans on Facebook. FB name Jan Peoples

  72. Samantha Daleo says:

    I would make my pork chili with those yummy beans!

  73. Samantha Daleo says:

    I “liked” hambeens on Facebook.

  74. MelCross says:

    I would make good old ham and beans just like my momma used to make. A little cornbread..oh so yummy

  75. MelCross says:

    I liked Hurst Beans on FB.

  76. Loretta says:

    The Cajun 15 bean soup looks wonderful. I also would love the northern beans for some white chicken chili.

  77. Heather MCDaniel says:

    I am really excited to try the steak burritios with drunken beans! =) I also “like” Hurst Beans on FB.

  78. GAshopper says:

    I would love to make some chili with these!

  79. Pamela McFarlin says:

    I just love bean and cheese burritos.

  80. Adrienne D. says:

    Win or lose, I’m making some of those 15 Bean Cajun Burgers with Roasted Garlic Aioli. They sound yummy!

  81. Joanna says:

    I always make chili when I’ve got lots of beans around.

  82. Rebecca says:

    The Chili 15 Bean Soup sounds delicious!

  83. Tamma Borzotra says:

    Cajun 15 bean in gumbo!

  84. Melita says:

    I would love to try the drunken beans, but I am afraid 6 bottles of beer will NOT make it to the pot!

  85. Elaine X says:

    I would make chili soup!

  86. Elaine X says:

    I am a fan of Hurst Beans on Facebook!

  87. vonda hobbs says:

    I am going to make chili I have never tried it with these beans,but it looks like it would be good!!!!

  88. Lisa says:

    Drunken beans for me!

  89. Michelle says:

    Can’t have bean soup with out rice, so rice and beans it is…. def will be trying out this drunken bean recipe as well :p

  90. Jennifer S. says:

    cajun 15 bean

  91. Jennifer S. says:

    Liked Hurst on FB

  92. April Morrison says:

    The Steak Burritos with Drunken Beans looks totally awesome! I would like to try that.

  93. April Morrison says:

    Liked Hurst Beans on Facebook. :)

  94. Jessica says:

    We love steak burritios- I’ll have to try the Drunken Beans recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  95. Ger says:

    I would make the Honey Ham and Beans recipe!

  96. Stacey says:

    We love ham m beans
    I would make fairly traditional ham m beans with a ham bone. We soak the beans over night, drain them, put them in a big pot the next morning, cover with water 2 inches higher than the beans. After it has cooked all day, smash with your potato masher one third of the beans to make it thick.
    Top with raw onions and serve with corn bread.

  97. Kristina B. says:

    I would definitely try the Bean Sloppy Joes. Sounds like an excellent way to make sloppy joes just a tad bit healthier. Also, I liked the Facebook page as well. :)

  98. errica says:

    i would make the 15 bean chicken sausage gumbo

  99. Erica says:

    I love to make my husband southern pinto beans and cornbread. Also liked them on Facebook.

  100. Laurie says:

    I would love to try the 15 bean soup! We love hot soup during the cold winter months!!

  101. I’d make regular old bean soup!

  102. Jessica says:

    I’d love to make the Cajun 15 beans with sausage or shrimp. Yum!

  103. Kim Gonyea says:

    We love Northern Bean Soup.

  104. Kim Gonyea says:

    I like them on facebook.

  105. Calshondra Williams says:

    I would make the Steak Burrito with Drunken Beans. Looks and sounds yummy!

  106. Calshondra Williams says:

    I liked Hurst Beans on Facebook (Calshondra Williams/ shonvic1981@aol.com)

  107. rachel says:

    I’m make Spanish-American Black Bean Soup

  108. Susan says:

    I actually have my own version of slow cooker refried beans.. just soaked overnight pinto beans and a big onion cooked all day. Then in the oven with a bunch of cheddar cheese on top and burritos for me!

  109. Susan says:

    P.S. and garlic, salt, pepper, butter too.. lol I “liked” Hurst Beans on Facebook.

  110. Deidra F. says:

    Beans with a ham bone.

  111. nan says:

    I would try the drunken beans-sounds versatile

  112. nan says:

    Like Hurst beans on FB

  113. susan geyer says:

    I would try your receipe it sounds yummy and i love to try new things

  114. Patricia says:

    I will try your drunken bean recipe.

  115. karen says:

    OH i cook many things with these. one is ham and bean soup its amazing. We made your recipe for lunch Steak Burritos with Drunken Beans and NOTHING was left it was so good. we also make chili using these and spread it over nachos. A gift card to Kroger would be amazing for the family

    i liked them on facebook just now

  116. Vickie says:

    Slow cooked homemade Baked Beans…sooooo good and so easy. Sometimes we add diced up pulled pork to this too. Like Sonny’s BBQ. Serve with any bbq beef, pork, chicken, burgers and dogs. Slaw, corn on the cob. Or, eat just the way the recipe goes…great Vegetarian Alternative if leave meat out.

    Source Southern Foods file

    •3 cups of dried white navy beans, soaked and simmered until tender, following package directions
    •1 1/2 c ketchup
    •1 1/2 c water
    •1/4 c molasses
    •1 large onion chopped
    •1 tablespoon dry mustard
    •1 tablespoon salt
    •6 slices of uncooked salt pork or bacon, diced
    •1 c brown sugar

    Preparation:

    Place all ingredients in slow cooker; cover and cook for 8 to 10 hours on low. Stir a few times, if possible.

  117. Vickie says:

    Liked Hurst Beans on fb.

  118. Ben Tran says:

    yumm, chili with those drunken beans sounds really good; it’ll definitely calm this cold ive been having all week.

  119. Angela says:

    My Mom’s recipe— Boston Baked Beans!!

  120. Sheila K. says:

    I would use their Green Split Peas with Ham Flavor in my slow cooker, along with diced onion, crumbled bacon, and pepper, to make a big pot of hearty green pea soup!

  121. Sheila K. says:

    I like Hurst Beans on Facebook (Sheila Korman)!

  122. Elizabeth says:

    I’d make chili with the beans

  123. caitlin tate says:

    steak burritos and drunken beans

  124. Elizabeth says:

    I liked Hurst Beans on FB

  125. Didi Higareda says:

    I don’t know the exact recipe as I do by hand, but I like the beans boiled in water with bacon and cilantro. The taste is subtle and you can add salt to taste, but it is delicious :D

  126. Didi Higareda says:

    PS. I liked Hurst Beans on facebook :3

  127. saralyn brown says:

    I would try the steak burritos!!

  128. Chandra says:

    I would like to try the 15 bean soup.

  129. Chandra says:

    I am a fan on Facebook.

  130. karen says:

    I liked Hurst Beans on FB

  131. sam says:

    I liked them on fb.

  132. Cam says:

    I would make chili with the Hurst beans. They are my go to when I am in a pinch to come up with a great meal for supper.

  133. Cam says:

    I also liked Hurst on facebook.

  134. james says:

    Liked hurst.

  135. faith says:

    I liked hurst family.

  136. mel says:

    I liked hurst on facebook.

  137. susan says:

    Liked hfh on fb.

  138. j says:

    I liked them on face.

  139. mary j says:

    Chicken 15 Bean Soup®

  140. cheryl says:

    I liked hurst.

  141. paris says:

    Liked hurst beans.

  142. Iris says:

    I would love to try the Cajun 15 bean soup adding potatoes and sausage and cook into a thick chunky soup for a great meal when you add crusty bread.

  143. paris says:

    I would try the spanish american soup.

  144. Iris says:

    I also like Hurst on facebook.

  145. ariel says:

    Liked on facebook!!

  146. ariel says:

    The cajun bean soup.

  147. paul says:

    liked on facebook

  148. paul says:

    I would like to try your recipe.

  149. sam says:

    I love any of the recipies that hurst has.

  150. Kelley says:

    I would make some chili and cornbread using the hambeans.

  151. sam says:

    Liked them on facebook.

  152. cam says:

    Liked hurst family.

  153. Kelley says:

    Ilike Hurst family on Facebook.

  154. cam says:

    The stek burritos sounds really good.

  155. cw says:

    liked on face.

  156. cw says:

    Steak burritos with a lot of cheese.

  157. cathy says:

    liked them on facebook.

  158. cathy says:

    I love to make boston baked beans.

  159. rl says:

    I liked hurst family.

  160. rl says:

    I want to try your steak burritos.

  161. ds says:

    I liked hurst family beans on facebook.

  162. emma says:

    liked…

  163. emma says:

    i want to try the steak burritos and also the cajun beans soup recipes.

  164. rm says:

    Split pea and asparagus soup.

  165. C. says:

    I am going to try your recipe as soon as I get back to the store. I love most of the recipes that you do we must have the same great taste.

  166. kay says:

    I love this website and I would like to thank you for all of the recipies you have with hurst beans. I would like to try the steak burritos.

  167. kay says:

    Liked on facebook.

  168. joy says:

    liked them on fb.

  169. brian says:

    Liked on facebook.

  170. C. says:

    I lik’d Hurst on FB!

  171. brian says:

    The steak burritos is what I would like to try.

  172. gil says:

    Liked hurst family.

  173. gil says:

    fagioli pasta soup.

  174. penny says:

    I liked hurst beans on facebook.

  175. penny says:

    your steak burritos with drunken beans I will try very soon.

  176. jim says:

    I liked them on facebook..

  177. jim says:

    I want to try the aspargus and split pea soup.

  178. nat says:

    Cajun 15 bean soup.

  179. Shauna James says:

    I would make 15 bean soup. Yummy!

  180. Whitney says:

    I would make a bean soup. It’s great for winter time and cheap and super yummy :)

  181. whitney says:

    Bean soup…It’s super cheap, super easy, my family loves it and it’s super yummy!!

  182. Holly Letson says:

    I would love to make these beans as normal, and eat them with a batch of buttery homemade cornbread.

  183. Bernadette says:

    I would make bean soup.

  184. Bernadette says:

    I like Hurst Beans on Facebook.

  185. Celina says:

    I would make chili with drunken beans!

  186. Carin says:

    ham & bean soup! yummy!!!

  187. Maggie Mason says:

    California Black Eye Peas and I would make Hoppin John with Sausage! Yummy!