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I ran across this great savory and sweet recipe and I just had to give it a try. These little smokies are a great tailgate or holiday appetizer – and once you have a taste, your world will never be the same again.
These little guys will make you want to eat a whole plate of them because of the contrast of the smokiness of the bacon and lil’ smokie compared to the sweetness of the brown sugar and the richness of the butter. They are sure to be a family favorite – and if you’re making these for a party, prepare to share the recipe with every single guest!
Let’s hear it from our friends over at Tasty Kitchen:
These were super easy to make and don’t take that long to cook. Made them for Harvest Party tonight and I put them in crock pot after they were cooked to keep warm. Everyone liked them. Will be making them again soon.
Recipe and image courtesy of Tasty Kitchen
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Quick tip: Try turkey bacon for a different flavor!