Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Sugared Bacon

Is it good for you? No. Is it tastey... absolutely!

I heard from a wife a church that this was one of her husband's favorites. So of course we had to give it a go. It is really delicious.

Sugared Bacon

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. On a cookie sheet with sides, place a sheet of foil. Trust me, this will make clean up a snap. Lay each piece of bacon out on the cookie sheet, then sprinkle brown sugar over the top. Once you have done it a time or two, you will get a feel for how much brown sugar to put on the bacon. Here are a few pictures below of mine.





Place cookie sheet in the oven for approximately 30-45 minutes. Check a couple of times at the end until bacon is to your desired doneness. We like ours a little crispy.

This is cooked perfectly. It might look burnt, but that is just the brown sugar goodness carmelized on your bacon.


Remove bacon and put on a plate with a paper towel or on a brown paper bag so that the grease can drain off. Then try it... mmmmmm. You will thank me forever (even though no one ever comments, I know you are out there enjoying all the wonderful recipes on this blog and deep in your hearts is appreciation of the sincerest kind).

5 comments:

BabyCake said...

That made my mouth water reading that! mmm...

Tfamily said...

It is very good. Not great to making though if your new years resolution is to lose weight haha.

Richard said...

Sugar bacon, is that legal, is that within the rhelm of reality. What sort of mind thought this up. Bacon & sugar, sugar & bacon. Hmmmm........I think I like it!!
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Kesti16 said...

I make candied frued carrots and I think th is will make it a lot easier. Never thought of that cookie sheet method.
I will try the bacon too.

(I roll cooked carrots in bread or cracker crums and
brown sugar or maple sugar and fry them in butter.
I know...we only have this once a year...but...now I will try the cookie sheet method. :) Thank you very much.

Kesti said...

CORRECTIONS:

I make candied fried carrots and I think th is will make it a lot easier. Never thought of that cookie sheet method.
I will try the bacon too.

(I roll cooked carrots in bread or cracker crumbs and
brown sugar or maple sugar and fry them in butter.
I know...we only have this once a year...but...now I will try the cookie sheet method. :) Thank you very much.