I’ve attempted a green pea soup once before. It was decent, but was missing something...BACON!
You are going to love this!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.kingrat.us/2009/04/pea-soup-with-bacon
Who doesn't love a potato salad in the summer time? This one you can have any season!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/patrick-and-gina-neely/warm-bacon-potato-salad-recipe-1953779
Sweet & salty! Don’t be intimidated by fudge. This is a really easy one. Seriously, there isn't an easier fudge to make! The hardest part is letting it chill overnight before you slice and taste!
Click here for this recipe: https://ashleemarie.com/maple-bacon-fudge-recipe/
This Maple and Coffee Glazed Bacon recipe is a real show stopper for breakfast and brunch. The maple and coffee glaze gives the Bacon a rich earthy flavor.
In my opinion, there is no wrong way to do Bacon. But there are certainly right ways, and Maple and Coffee Glazed Bacon is one of those right ways.
Find this recipe here: https://www.theworktop.com/breakfast-brunch-recipes/maple-coffee-glazed-bacon/
Blackberry Bacon Grilled Cheese is the perfect combination of salty, spicy, savory and sweet! Made with Swiss cheese, blackberry jam, fresh jalapeños, and crispy Bacon, it’s a must try for ALL grilled cheese lovers!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.lemontreedwelling.com/2016/04/blackberry-bacon-grilled-cheese.html
Easy, delicious and wrapped in Bacon - what more can I say?
Click here for this recipe: http://fox11online.com/living/living-with-amy/bacon-wrapped-bbq-shrimp
I don't know about you, but I thought this season was supposed to be spring into summer! It's been cold here in New England and the best thing to warm me up is this Bacon tomato bisque! It's like tomato soup but better- um, Bacon!
The soup is pretty simple to make, so you can whip it up regardless of your kitchen experience. Also, it’s really easy to make those cool designs in the soup, so you can impress everyone you serve it to. Top it off with a sprinkle of Bacon and some celery leaves and it looks like something you’d get at a restaurant!
Click here for this recipe: http://hostthetoast.com/tomato-bacon-bisque/
Be forewarned … make this dish knowing that unless you have lots of other side dishes, there are unlikely to be leftovers. This Bacon Chicken is just that good!
Click here for this recipe: https://glutenfreeeasily.com/bacon-chicken-gluten-free-dairy-free/
Now this is what I call a brunch!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.capegazette.com/affiliate-post/egg-topped-bacon-cheeseburger-recipe-made-tatanka-1-mild-hot-sauce-pepperscom/157578
Brown sugar, Bacon and cayenne pepper give this monkey bread a delicious sweet and spicy caramelized flavor.
Click on this link for the recipe: https://www.tablespoon.com/recipes/maple-bacon-monkey-bread/b0a51261-80e5-475d-af5e-581d26d76dc4
Peanut butter?! In a BURGER?! You read that right. This venison slider recipe is definitely not your standard slider. Unexpected and delicious, creamy peanut butter is the condiment you never knew you needed in a burger! Crispy Bacon is also a key ingredient here. Add Bacon to anything and it just makes it that much better. So, I encourage you to step outside your comfort zone and try this non-traditional burger recipe. My bet is you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
Find this recipe here: http://www.bowhuntingmag.com/recipes/peanut-butter-bacon-venison-sliders-recipe/#ixzz5HBbUJifN
First came Bacon-wrapped prunes. Then jalapeño poppers, then Bacon-wrapped chicken wings. The latest manifestation of America’s Bacon mania is onions—thick rings of Vidalias or other sweet onions dipped in hot sauce, swaddled in hickory-smoked Bacon strips, and indirect grilled until the Bacon is as crisp as the onion is meltingly tender.
Is your mouth watering yet?
Click here to get this recipe: https://barbecuebible.com/2014/08/29/bacon-wrapped-onion-rings/
Baconnaise (aka Bacon mayonnaise) is my new obsession! Bacon is the food of the gods and making mayonnaise with it means that you can slather that Bacon-y goodness all over everything! What would use put Baconnaise on?
Click here for this recipe: https://www.closetcooking.com/2018/05/baconnaise-aka-bacon-mayonnaise.html.
OR you can purchase a jar of J&D Baconniase here: https://www.baconaddicts.com/products/baconnaise-bacon-flavored-mayonnaise-mayo
This dip is unbelievably creamy and addicting. It’s so good, you’ll want to just skip the chips and eat this with a spoon!
If it came down to it, I could live off of this dip for the rest of my life. It’s amazingly creamy, has plenty of veggies, and best of all, it has Bacon. Crisp, crunchy Bacon bits sprinkled right on top. What more could you ask for?
Click here for this recipe: https://damndelicious.net/2014/07/14/bacon-corn-dip/
The classic topping for this comforting Alsace speciality is a mixture of fresh soft cheese and sour cream mixed with finely sliced onions, topped with Bacon lardons. If you want to add cheese, try something like Swiss emmental and chunks of stinky munster.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.goodfood.com.au/recipes/tarte-flambee-cheese-onion-and-bacon-flatbread-20180522-h10ejn
This meatloaf requires 3 pounds of meat: 1 pound lean (turkey, chicken); 1 pound fat-full (pork or lamb); and 1 pound wildcard (goat or veal). I like hard-cooked duck eggs in the middle for effect, but you can skip that step if you like as it can be fiddly. Either way, hot out of the oven or cold in a sandwich, this meatloaf is a cook-once-eat-many-times kind of dish. I use the fat rendered from the baking as the base for a gravy to serve over the meatloaf and a side of mashed potatoes. Oh, and don't forget the Bacon!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.pressherald.com/2018/05/20/recipe-mixed-breed-meatloaf/
Sure, breakfast and tacos go together. Maybe you’ve even ventured into kimchi taco territory. But all together? Trust us, they’re excellent. Curious to try it out? Keep reading for the recipe.
Click here to see this recipe: https://www.brit.co/kimchi-breakfast-tacos-recipe/
A family recipe is important, even if we don't remember all the parts, because each attempt at its re-creation keeps us connected to the people who helped shape us. It happens each time we do that intimate, life-sustaining cooking and eating thing, especially when we do it from a place of memory. This is one of my favorite family recipes.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.thekitchn.com/family-recipe-baked-beans-with-pineapple-174341
Hello everyone, today I’m going to show you how to make a Bacon wrapped stuffed burger!
Click here on this link: https://peepmyeats.com/2015/05/20/bacon-wrapped-burger/