{CLOSED} Hurst Beans Handmade Clay Pot – Giveaway

Yep, that’s right…another chance to win one of these uber-cool clay pots for cooking dried beans from Hurst Beans!

The past few weeks, Ohio has been experiencing some very hormonal weather, complete with hot flashes, cold flashes and a some cranky rain too. Very unusual for January…and it has been a bit confusing for us. When we were out at the park in short sleeved shirts last week (high hit 63!), the kids were insisting that summer had begin. Persistent and insistent.

I had to give them the unfortunate news that summer was not here, that snow was coming, and that likely the snow would be hitting hard! Kinda like a late winter slap in the face. Time shall tell…

I’ve been confused also in the kitchen on what to prepare for our meals…when it’s 63 and sunny…and we’re wearing short sleeves, all I want to do is whip up a quick pasta salad with all my favorite spring and summer veggies. Then the next day it’s high of 27 and all I want is a bowl of warm, comfort food.

Which brings us too…

these Boston Baked Beans. I could so go for a big bowl of these right about now. Warm. Cozy. Comfort food.

I so wish I had a spoon with magical powers that would let me just take a few bites right through the computer screen.

A few helpful bean resources –

Here are the details on this giveaway…

Contest Details

1. Contest ends on Wednesday, February 29th (leap year!) at 5 pm EST. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

5. Winner will be selected by Random.org.

**NOTE: If you receive the email newsletter and wish to enter this giveaway, click on the title of this giveaway to get to the site and leave a comment on the site with your name and email address to be entered!

*Disclosure: This giveaway is part of the Hurst beans campaign. I am receiving compensation as part of the campaign. More yummy recipes and 1 more giveaway coming later in the month


  1. Kim Rauber says

    I would love to win one of the handmade pots for making baked beans…been looking for a old time one for many years. This is great to see someone still uses them….Thanks so much and I also liked you on Facebook!!!

  2. Cheryl M says

    I’m cooking a turkey later this week so the Thanksgiving leftovers: 15 bean stew sounds yummy &I agree about the weather here in Ohio too, crazy! this year)

  3. Debbie C says

    I will try the Sweet Corn and White Bean Chowder.
    I would love to make any of the Baked Bean recipes in this clay pot. I need one for this summer.


  4. Katie Eisenhour says

    I’m trying all of the recipes and of course it would be so much yummier if I had the clay pot. My husband’s grandmother who passed away last year used to make him baked beans and I can’t make them like hers because he doesn’t know the recipe, but she used to cook it all day and I’m guessing something like this would be helpful in recreating her recipe! Of course I’ll be attempting to get these recipes in hopes of finding something healthier than her recipe.

  5. GM says

    I would love a REAL beanpot for making Baked Beans. I have used the 15 Bean Soup Mix many times and its ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS so good!!! With biscuits or breadsticks, its a great meal to have on hand in the freezer – just thaw, heat and eat!

  6. Susanne Varner says

    Love beans, They are so healthy and nutritious and taste so good!
    Making them in a Clay pot would be the ultimate!

    I am ready to give the Confetti Lentil Supreme a Try this week for Dinner

  7. Amy Hassett says

    I love Hurst beans! I’d love the crock. I’ve been looking for one for sometime to make baked beans in! We are already “friends” on facebook, and I get the newsletters with recipes.
    I hope my name gets picked.

  8. Karen Quaty says

    Can’t wait to make the Boston Bean Recipe!!! I love the smell of beans when they are cooking. It warms the house up and reminds me of my Grandmother.

    I’d like to have one of the Hurst Bean Clay Pots! <3

  9. Kristin R says

    Spicy/Cajun Red Lentils sounds like a winner,in my house…Maybe I just have Mardi Gras still on my mind…~*

  10. jess kess says

    i really like the 15 bean soup, but if i win that pot i will make the baked beans in it for sure.

  11. Penelope says

    I think I’ll add the 15 bean soup to a future menu. Today I’m making a Frontier Soup kit for white bean chili, it’s delicious, but the kit is a bit expensive….I should figure out how to make the kits myself and save money!

  12. says

    I recieve emails from this site which are wonderful especially for a mother of four busy children. I have heard may great things about Hurst Beans and the use of clay pots. I would love to use a clay pot. Since Lent is begining it would be great to make more beans as a meat substitute. I can not wait to try the NYC Ruben Bean Soup!

  13. Chris says

    I just put my 15 bean soup to soak! And with food allergies, I can appreciate the ability to make my own modified version of baked beans! It’s been years since I had them, and I miss them so!

  14. Karen Karagines says

    mmmmm Boston Baked beans sounds sooo good right about now. We’re here in Florida where today it’s pretty warm – so it’s never to early to fire up the ole grill for some hot dogs and some yummy beans on the side!

  15. Rachel Bacon says

    I would love to try the Garlic and Herb Lentils recipe, we love lentils and anything garlic! I also liked Hurst on Facebook, and I already get your emails, which I enjoy and read every one. :)

  16. DEBBIE HALL says

    I would love to have a crock grandma bean soup was sooo good. Think I will try the baked beans

  17. Sharon Konkus says

    I would love to try the one with the sausage in it. Today is a really good day for soup. Thanks I love the 15 beans one instead of just one kind of bean.

  18. Heather Abbott says

    Cheesy mac n beans. Both of my boys love macaroni and cheese and would love to have something a little different in the rotation especially with the added protein and nutrition of beans!

  19. Michelle White says

    I plan on trying the Black Beans and Rice and the Cajun Beans recipe.
    Michelle White