This casserole has no name and no precise measurements. It was made up by my mom a long time ago. It's certainly not healthy but it's really good. It's a comfort food that I prefer to eat during the winter time. There's just something warm and cozy it about it on a cold blustery night.
To start, you brown:
1 lb of ground beef - I usually add a little salt or garlic salt
I also cook up a pack of bacon at the same time.
I throw the ground beef into a casserole dish. Next I add 2 cans of Franco American spaghetti. This is getting harder to harder to find and I think last time I made it, it was made by Campbell's. Then I add a big can of baked beans. I usually use Bush's honey baked beans.
At this point, I crumble up about half of the bacon and add that. Then I add brown sugar and ketchup. I probably add around a half of cup of each of them but that's something you would have to experiment with to get it to your liking. Stir it all together.
Once stirred up, I put the rest of the bacon on top. Cook at 375 degrees for approximately 1 hour. Enjoy!