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This treat has a variety of flavors, like the smoky crunch of bacon, and the sweet after taste of candied maple. Another great win for this recipe, is that it only takes 4 ingredients! So you don’t have to waste your time looking for a million. This recipe makes for a great snack, appetizer, or dessert. My favorite, though, is to simply leave it out in a candy dish. The total time from prep to cooking is under 45 minutes! It serves up to 12 people, but once you bite into this chewy goodness, it’s hard to share!
Make these for your kids’ birthday parties and everyone will love them so much, they’ll probably forget there is a cake! These would also make such tasty gifts for your friends and neighbors – just put them in a glass jar with a ribbon on top. I know I would certainly be happy if someone brought me a bunch of these!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Domestic Rebel
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