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(Turn to this Candied Bacon On A Stick Recipe for an easy appetizer everyone will flock to! Perfect for any gathering – or even a unique bake sale treat! It is certain to be the first appetizer to disappear!)
Do You Want My Leftover Bacon”
– Said No One Ever
My kids love to snack on meat.
Not cookies, not cupcakes, but meat.
And, after devouring a serving of Candied Bacon at Bob Evans, they begged for more. (Seriously, they love meat: this Pounder and beef sticks from our local deli are the most sought after snacks in our house.)
If Bacon is Good, Caramelized Bacon On A Stick Is Better
Attempting to score points in the “Best Mom Ever” contest, I made a batch of Candied Bacon as a pre-dinner snack at home. For bonus points, I threaded the bacon on mini skewers because, well, meat on a stick is awesome.
These disappeared in minutes. Literally. Gone in a flash. THAT delicious.
Unique Bake Sale Treat
If you want to create a stampede at the Bake Sale table, put 2-3 skewers of Candied Bacon in treat bags. Because, who doesn’t love bacon? And, again, meat on a stick is awesome.Print
Turn to this Candied Bacon On A Stick Recipe for an appetizer that guests will flock to! Perfect for any gathering – or even a unique bake sale treat!
- 12 Slices Applewood Smoked Bacon
- 1/2 Cup Packed Brown Sugar
- 2 Tbsp Water
- 1/2 Tsp Cayenne Pepper (Optional)
- 24 4-Inch Bamboo Skewers
Treat Bags – (Optional if making as a Bake Sale treat)
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees Farrenheit
- Line large baking sheet with foil.
- Place wire rack on foil lined cookie sheet and spray with oil. (I just use my metal cooling racks for this)
- Cut bacon in half and thread one piece on each skewer
- Place skewered bacon on wired rack
- In a small bowl, combine brown sugar, water, and cayenne pepper if using.
- Brush sugar mixture over bacon.
- Bake 20-25 minutes or until bacon is browned.
- Remove to a paper towel lined plate to cool.
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