Smoky Bacon Wraps
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 30 min.
Makesabout 3-1/2 dozen
Thank you for this amazing recipe, a perfect breakfast for the day, tasty plus healthy! Cooking bacon in the oven makes it crispy and tasty!
These were a big hit for Christmas Eve. I used Nueske's Wild Cherry Wood Bacon cut in thirds and decreased the brown sugar to 2 TBSPS. sprinkled over the top. I think my hubby ate most of them! :)
Taking the maple or smoked bacon lengthwise, I cut it into 3 short lengths instead of one long length. Then I take my brown sugar, having spread it out onto wax paper, and I press one side of each length of bacon into the sugar. I then wrap each smokie with the sugared bacon. Laying the wrapped smokies onto parchment paper lines cookie sheets, I bake them at 350° for 20-30 min until the bacon is crispy. Delicious!
I cut down on the brown sugar and they were plenty sweet. There were rave reviews from everyone who tried them. They were certainly no left-overs!
These were a big hit! I made these for a small event and they went over like gangbusters! Even a medical docotor in the group loved them! I followed the recipe without any changes. Pretty simple!
Does anyone know if these can be made, refrigerated and then taken to a party and reheated in a microwave without losing its original goodness?
My aunt made these all the time when I was a kid so when I found this recipe I had to try it. They were tangy and sweet just like hers.
Very quick and easy tasty snack. Took them to a recent snack food potluck and they were a hit! I reccomend using foil underneath for easy cleanup and check them often as the brown sugar burns easily.
This recipe was so easy and it tastes really great. I will definitely make these again.
I will definitely be making these again. But I think next time I will be watching them more closely. You have to watch them because of the sugar. It will burn real fast if you don't watch it. But they were such a hit with the family I will have to make these again soon.