adobo, Argo cornstarch, bacon, bacon lollipop, baking powder, baking soda, barilla pasta, Bertolli extra-virgin olive oil, black pepper, Bob's Red Mill, Borden, brown sugar, Campbell’s soups, casserole, Chiquita, Clabber Girl, College Inn, Cool Whip, crock pot, Daisy sour cream, dessert, Dole, domino sugar, eat, Eggland's Best eggs, food, Gold Medal flour, granulated sugar, Green Giant, Hershey, Hodgkin’s Mill, honey bacon, Jell-O, Jif peanut butter, Johnsonville, keebler, kosher salt, Kraft, land o lakes butter, Libby, McCormick spices, Morton salt, Pam Cooking Spray, Pepperidge Farm, Philadelphia cream cheese, Powdered sugar, recipe, Ritz crackers, Sara Lee, Sargento, slow cooker, sriracha, thick cut bacon, Thorn Apple Valley, Toll House, TruMoo milk, tyson, vanilla, vanilla extract, Vlasic, Wesson vegetable oil, whipped topping
When I was a kid, I remember my friends and I all had different lollipop favorites. My best friend always wanted a ball-shaped strawberry and cream lollipop, for me it was the flat one with chocolate and caramel that I would rather spend my money on! I can’t even remember the last time I had a lollipop since I’ve grown up, but here’s one that I’d like right now!
These are the adult version of a lollipop. This recipe is really simple, and only features one main item: bacon… but who’s complaining about that? If you want to add a little more to this recipe, you can wrap the bacon around pieces of boneless chicken breast or steak tips, just make sure they are cooked first. The whole idea is to pack in the sweet flavor of honey, with a spicy edge.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Wright Brand.
USE THE RED NEXT PAGE LINK BELOW FOR THE RECIPE AND INGREDIENTS