Smoky Bacon Wraps
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 30 min.
Makesabout 3-1/2 dozen
Love this for an appetizer or a football party. I basted a little barbecue sauce before the brown sugar.
I do not like this brown sugar I looked up something and it had to be sweet and you guys just put sugar wow now my kids will be vary hipper you need to add something other then sugar
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.