• Bacon Pancake Poppers! Posted on October 26, 2013

    Tagged as: breakfast Cooking fried grease maple Salt sliced sugar sweet

    Bacon Pancake Poppers! These are at deep fried bite of Bacon heaven, and great finger food for breakfast (or any other meal). They are a lot more light and fluffy than you might think. You get the nice sweet fluffy batter coating with the salty Bacony crunch! You Will Need... -Bacon (of course) For the batter... •1 egg •1 cup flour •3/4 cup milk •2 tablespoons vegetable or canola oil •2 tablespoons sugar •1 tablespoon baking powder •1/2 teaspoon salt Don't worry about having extra batter, it makes a great funnel cake. You also need... •a deep fryer (or just a sauce pan) •canola (or other oil) for deep frying •skewers •a cookie sheet Directions: Main ingredient, BACON! Begin by preheating your oven to 375o Cut eight slices of bacon (or however many your making) in half. Next, roll and stick on the skewer. You don't want them touching because they don't cook evenly if they are touching. Put them in the oven for 30-45 minutes, turning them over about every 15 minutes. If the pan is over flowing with grease, take it out and pour off the excess grease. When the bacon is done remove from skewers. The Pancake Beat the egg until it is fluffy. Add other ingredients, and stir until smooth. Deep Frying Take the bacon bites, and dip into the pancake batter. Next, with oil at about 335o, drop bacon with batter into the oil. Allow to cook until golden. If you have extra batter, you can just drizzle it into the oil and allow to cook until golden. Then, remove from the oil, and sprinkle with powdered sugar. You have just created a funnel cake. I enjoy dipping these bacony bites in my favorite maple syrup. These aren't just breakfast food! They taste good any time of day. ENJOY! more pictures: http://www.instructables.com/id/Bacon-Pancake-Poppers/?ALLSTEPS

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