The first step requires you to collect all of the necessary ingredients and equipment. You will need to grab your can(s) of baked beans.
Depending on how much you wish to make, it can be a single can or multiple cans of baked beans. That is up to the individual and will not affect the instructions given (albeit it may take longer for the beans to cook if it is a larger amount).
Set aside equipment to prepare to cook your can of baked beans.
Place your small pot on the burner of your choice on the stovetop. Make sure the handle is facing away so that you do not accidentally bump the handle and knock over the pot. This can save you from getting any burns or spilling your hot baked beans. Turn the burner on, setting it to low. It is possible to set the burner to a higher temperature, to a low-medium, but be precautious and check your beans so that you do not burn them.
Using the can opener open the canned beans. Occasionally, the baked bean cans have lids that do not require a can opener, making them easier to open. Once the can of baked beans is open, dump the content into the warm pot. Rinse and recycle can.
It can take anywhere from 5-10 minutes for the baked beans to warm (this also depends on the temperature the burner is set to). Make sure to stir occasionally with a wooden spoon (so as not to scrape the pot) to prevent the baked beans from sticking to the bottom of the pot.
Once baked beans have been heated to the desired temperature, turn off the burner. Take the pot off the burner. Using the wooden spoon, spoon contents into a heat-safe bowl or split into desired serving sizes. Enjoy!