13 Best Canned Kidney Beans

List Updated September 2020

Bestselling Canned Kidney Beans in 2020


BUSH'S BEST Dark Red Kidney Beans, Canned Beans, Prime Pantry, 16 oz.

BUSH'S BEST Dark Red Kidney Beans, Canned Beans, Prime Pantry, 16 oz.
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • DARK RED KIDNEY BEANS: BUSH'S BEST Dark Red Kidney Beans are dark, full-bodied beans balanced with a sweeter flavor that are cooked and ready to eat; Cook with canned tomatoes, canned corn and red pepper flakes for a spicy vegetable chili
  • CANNED BEANS: One 16-ounce can of BUSH'S BEST Dark Red Kidney Beans, these beans are a low carb, fat-free and cholesterol-free food
  • BUSH'S BEST: Naturally gluten-free, BUSH'S BEST Dark Red Kidney Beans are perfect for side dishes, chilis and other delicious recipes; Enjoy 365 days a year!
  • HIGH IN PROTEIN & FIBER: Every serving of dark red kidney beans includes 7 grams of protein and 8 grams of fiber
  • BUSH'S BEST CANNED BEANS: A pantry staple, our customers prefer the rich, delicious taste of BUSH'S BEST Dark Red Kidney Beans over canned beans and canned foods from brands like 365; BUSH'S BEST beans are good-for-you and tasty bite to serve with any meal!

Bush's Best Light Red Kidney Beans 16 oz

Bush's Best Light Red Kidney Beans 16 oz
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • A full-bodied bean with a firm texture and slightly sweet flavor
  • Fat-free, cholesterol-free
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • 7g of protein, 7g of fiber
  • 16 ounce can

Joan of Arc Beans, Dark Red Kidney Beans, 15.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Joan of Arc Beans, Dark Red Kidney Beans, 15.5 Ounce (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Beans slow cooked in brick ovens
  • Excellent source of fiber
  • Tasty beans full of flavor
  • Great in chilies, salads, and casseroles
  • Simple, fresh ingredients you can trust to make a delicious meal for your family

Bush's Best Dark Red Kidney Beans (3 pack)

Bush's Best Dark Red Kidney Beans (3 pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Great for Chili Recipes
  • Microwave or Stove-Top
  • Delicious

Bush's Best Chili Beans Kidney Beans in Mild Chili Sauce, 16 oz

Bush's Best Chili Beans Kidney Beans in Mild Chili Sauce, 16 oz
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Dark red kidney beans slow simmered in a chili sauce seasoned with ripe tomatoes, chili peppers and cumin
  • Fat-free, cholesterol-free
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • 8g of protein, 8g of fiber
  • 16 ounce can

Jyoti Organic Kidney Beans, 10 Ounce (Pack of 6)

Jyoti Organic Kidney Beans, 10 Ounce (Pack of 6)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Organic Beans with calcium added from sea water, supplies 12+% of daily value for Cclcium per serving
  • Excellent source of protein for Vegetarian's
  • Product of USA

Westbrae Natural Organic Red Beans, 15 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

Westbrae Natural Organic Red Beans, 15 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Certified organic red beans
  • Recyclable can with non-BPA lining
  • Low sodium & excellent source of fiber
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Ready to serve & no soaking required

B & M Baked Beans, Red Kidney, 28 Ounce (Pack of 12)

B & M Baked Beans, Red Kidney, 28 Ounce (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Your favorite baked beans made with red kidney beans sure to bring a wonderful taste to your meal
  • We slow bake our beans in old fashioned brick ovens, the traditional New England way
  • Each pot is had stirred in thick, rich sauce for that great homemade taste
  • Great source of fiber and protein
  • Low in fat

Joan of Arc Beans, Spicy Chili, 15 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Joan of Arc Beans, Spicy Chili, 15 Ounce (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Beans slow cooked in brick ovens
  • Excellent source of fiber
  • Tasty beans full of flavor
  • Great in chilies, salads, and casseroles
  • Simple, fresh ingredients you can trust to make a delicious meal for your family

Eden Organic Kidney Beans, No Salt Added, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

Eden Organic Kidney Beans, No Salt Added, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Pack of twelve, 15-ounce per unit(a total of 180 ounces)
  • Small farm organically grown Kidney Beans, soaked overnight and expertly cooked
  • Certified organic and kosher cannery
  • Ideal bean for chili, also great in salads, soups, and bean dips
  • Fat free and very low sodium with no salt added

Bush's Best Mild Kidney Chili Beans, 16 oz (12 cans)

Bush's Best Mild Kidney Chili Beans, 16 oz (12 cans)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Dark red kidney beans slow simmered in a mild chili sauce seasoned with ripe tomatoes, chili peppers and cumin
  • Fat-free, cholesterol-free
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • 8g of protein, 8g of fiber
  • 16 ounce can

Bush's Best Great Northern Beans, 15.8 oz (12 cans)

Bush's Best  Great Northern Beans, 15.8 oz (12 cans)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Beans with a mild, delicate flavor
  • Fat-free, cholesterol-free
  • Naturally gluten-free
  • 6g of protein, 6g of fiber

Progresso Dark Red Kidney Beans, 19 oz Cans (Pack of 24)

Progresso Dark Red Kidney Beans, 19 oz Cans (Pack of 24)
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • CANNED BEANS: Tender, delicious and great as a standalone side dish or as a recipe ingredient
  • FIBER: Hearty Red kidney beans are a good source of fiber that's easy to add to everyday dishes
  • PANTRY STAPLES: A versatile and filling food staple that can be used in soups, salads, chilis and more
  • CONVENIENCE: Ready to serve and no soaking required; Easily open with pull-top
  • PACK CONTAINS: 24 cans, 19 oz each; Fill your pantry with classic and quality foods

How to Make Old-Fashioned Style Boston Baked Beans

An article and recipe for deliciously sweet baked beans with molasses based on the history of the dish

As I started finding ways to improve grandma's already terrific recipe I started wondering where it all came from. Someone had to have created the dish at one point. That's when I decided it was time to research it.

Come to find out that it was the Native Americans that created the idea of baked beans. It makes a whole lot of sense. After all, they had all the resources right there at their feet. The difference between ours now and theirs then was that they used bear fat and maple syrup in theirs. Naturally they cooked in an earthenware pot while we use Dutch ovens. Then the European settlers saw what the natives were doing and they started using pork fat and molasses in their recipe. Some say that variations of the recipe were brought from France to the New World, but whatever happened in our crazy world, we some how ended up with the American beans we know and love today.

Actually there are some very interesting facts about how the colonials came across the traditional dish. We have all heard of Boston Baked Beans (or we have been locked in a closet for hundreds of years). After all, Boston, Massachusetts is the place where the baked beans became very popular. The fact is that the town was absolutely flooded in molasses. Back in the day molasses was a huge ingredient used in creating Rum and Boston was a huge manufacturer of exactly that. Because of this reason molasses was used in everything they could think of, since it was readily available.

It is amazing to realize you have been cooking something and enjoying it all your life and never knew where it came from. Once you do know, you can enjoy its rich culture all that much more for what the dish has been through. The recipe I have laid down for this article is in the spirit of those Boston Baked Beans we talked of. It has great molasses flavor along with that yummy taste of the bacon baked in to it. It's definitely a must bake.

Here's the recipe:

"Old-Fashioned Style Boston Baked Beans"*

Ingredients: ¼ cup molasses, 13 cups water, 1 pound dried navy beans sorted and rinsed, 1 tsp salt, ½ cup chopped onion, ½ cup packed brown sugar, and 1/3 cup crisply cooked and crumbled bacon.

1) Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.

2) In an ovenproof Dutch oven, heat the beans and 10 cups of water to a boiling. Keep boiling for 2 more minutes. Stir in all ingredients except 3 cups of water.

3) Cover and bake for 4 hours stirring occasionally.

4) Stir in 3 cups of water. Bake uncovered about 2 hours longer, stirring occasionally until beans are tender.

5) Enjoy all the tasty culture in one cold or warm bowl.

*Base of recipe started with Betty Crocker and then I molded it from there.

Note: Facts for this article were found on both and

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