Bourbon Candied Bacon Deviled Eggs
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 25 min.
The bacon is good! I adapted this recipe just a wee bit to suit our needs. I cut way back on the Brown sugar, and I will lose the Maple syrup in my next batch. I really like the fact that you can taste and taste as you prepare the filling. I did go back and add a bit more mustard. These are really different and quite tasty. I baked mine at a higher temperature. 375 which required less baking time.
I made these as directed. Very good flavor..My husband added some pickled jalepano slices to the tops of his egg halves...I thought that was tasty too!!! Thank you for the recipe as I will make these again
I made 3 dozen of these for a surprise 50th birthday party for a co-worker. Because of various minor household emergencies I couldn't get started on them until a few hours later than I'd initially intended, so I added a few thinly sliced green onions to the filling, sprinkled the filled eggs with some smoked paprika, and called it a day. They were still very delicious, and when I gave my daughter a slice of the bacon to munch on, her eyes got wide and she said, "OMG, Mom, you have to make this again!"And the co-workers hoovered them up. Did use bourbon. I don't drink it so I had to shell out $2 for an airplane-size bottle of Jim Beam, but it was well worth it.
Very tasty! I didn't use the bourbon; and substituted Morning Star Soy Bacon for the bacon. Thank you, Colleen, for sharing this recipe.