Show Subscription Form




Bacon Recipes

Looking for bacon recipes? Find bacon recipes including bacon wrapped recipes, bacon cheese recipe, chicken bacon recipes, and more bacon recipes.

Recipe Spotlight

Loaded Grilled Chicken Sandwich

I threw these ingredients together on a whim and the sandwich turned out so well, I surprised myself! If you're in a rush, microwave the bacon. Just cover it with paper towel to keep it from splattering too much. —Dana York, Kennewick, Washington
View Loaded Grilled Chicken Sandwich Recipe
Why do Home Cooks Love Taste of Home?
 
"Thank you for a fun, terrific, practical, helpful delicious, doable, tastefully simple magazine that has enriched my life. Every recipe I try is delicious, and I do not have to shop gourmet stores for the ingredients." - Kay
 
See for yourself
why Taste of Home is such an inspiration to millions of subscribers.
Sort:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | ... | next >

Mini Layered Salad

Mini Layered Salad

Mini Layered Salad

“I received this recipe from my dear aunt 20 years ago,” writes Carmen Edwards from Midland, Texas. “It’s my very favorite make-ahead salad and I’m happy to share it.”

Cheddar Seafood Chowder

Cheddar Seafood Chowder

Cheddar Seafood Chowder

Shrimp and scallops make this thick, cheesy and chunky chowder extra-special. It’s packed with veggies, and the crispy bacon makes a yummy garnish. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

I combined part of one recipe and another to come up with this extra-special roast.—Dale Ann Glover, Strathroy, Ontario

Cornmeal Waffle Sandwiches

Cornmeal Waffle Sandwiches

Cornmeal Waffle Sandwiches

Craving a BLT for breakfast? Try this deliciously different version that features crisp bacon and fresh tomatoes between two golden cornmeal waffles. "Prepare the waffles ahead of time and reheat in the toaster for quick assembly," suggests Stacy Joura from Stoneboro, Pennsylvania.

Hot Spinach Apple Salad

Hot Spinach Apple Salad

Hot Spinach Apple Salad

This salad is just lightly coated in a sweet-tangy dressing so the spinach doesn't wilt and the apples retain their crunch. We especially like this salad served with homemade bread.—Denise Albers, Freeburg, Illinois

Broccoli Orange Salad

Broccoli Orange Salad

Broccoli Orange Salad

Meet the Cook: Every time I take this sweet orangy salad to a potluck, I pass around the recipe, too. My husband and I have three children, ages 22, 18 and 10. He's a beef and poultry farmer, and I'm an elementary school teacher. -Cathy Lavers, Scotsburn, Nova Scotia

Tomato Bean Soup

Tomato Bean Soup

Tomato Bean Soup

Chock-full of choice veggies and savory sausage, this filling soup from Diane Antonioli of Marmora, New Jersey will fit nicely into almost any event. "It's a big hit at our house," Diane acknowledges. "My husband and our three children request it all year-round."—Diane Antonioli, Marmora, New Jersey

Super Spinach Salad for Two

Super Spinach Salad for Two

Super Spinach Salad for Two

Thanks to this recipe, an elegant salad is a cinch to make. Good-for-you spinach is the perfect backdrop for salty bacon bits and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Mary Harris - Shively, Kentucky

Classic Spinach Pizza

Classic Spinach Pizza

Classic Spinach Pizza

Our testers really went for the combination of flavors in this fresh and fancy pizza. Pretty and definitely company-special, it’s sure to become a favorite with your guests, too! Gilda Lester - Millsboro, DE

Sweet-Sour Lettuce Salad

Sweet-Sour Lettuce Salad

Sweet-Sour Lettuce Salad

This super-quick salad dressing is a breeze to shake up when you're in a hurry. "It's refreshing, slightly sweet flavor compliments fresh lettuce and crisp bacon bits quite nicely," remarks Lois Fetting of Nelson, Wisconsin.

Barley Broccoli Soup

Barley Broccoli Soup

Barley Broccoli Soup

This original recipe of mine was a winner in a barley soup contest. Barley makes it hearty and nutritious - and it's a good way to use broccoli and asparagus from your garden. I'm a member of Dairy Women of North Dakota and enjoy creating and collecting recipes in which I can use our farm's products. Along with our dairy operation, husband Ronald and I and our two sons grow barley, wheat, corn, alfalfa and soybeans.
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | ... | next >
Advertise with us ADVERTISEMENT
Advertise with us ADVERTISEMENT