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brown sugar bacon

Christmas morning meal

As stated in yesterday’s post, this bacon is a Christmas and Easter breakfast tradition in our house. It’s basically “Bacon Candy”.  So sweet, crispy, and decadent! And it couldn’t be easier to make. It is pictured above with our other Christmas breakfast tradition – Cinnamon-Pecan Rolls. That recipe is on yesterday’s post. Also pictured here today, is Connor and the five mini-oil paintings he made as gifts for the family. Nothing better than beautiful and heart-felt homemade gifts from a talented person. Thanks, Con!

Brown Sugar Bacon

  • 1 pound bacon
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup

Line a half-sheet baking pan with aluminum foil and fit a lightly greased baking rack on top. Arrange the bacon slices on top of the rack, overlapping slightly.

bacon prep

In a medium bowl, combine the brown sugar and maple syrup and heat in the microwave until warm. Brush the mixture over the bacon strips.

Preheat the over to 350 degrees. Bake the bacon until nicely browned and slightly crisp, about 25 to 30 minutes.

Transfer the bacon to a platter and serve immediately.

Serves 6 to 8

Connor with his paintings, hummingbird for me, barn for Grandpa Otter, flower for Grandma Hopkins, golf ball for Dave, and Eiffel Tower for Marissa.

Connor with his paintings; hummingbird for me, barn and silo for Grandpa Otter, flower for Grandma Hopkins (visiting from Illinois!), golf ball for Dave, and Eiffel Tower for Marissa.

 


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5 comments

1 Kim { 12.29.09 at 6:03 AM }

Our family loves this bacon ever since you taught it at sur la table to my nephew along with the baked French toast with berries. Yummo. Loved the picture of the artist.

2 Linda Hopkins { 12.29.09 at 8:44 AM }

Kim, I Love You! Happy New Year!

3 Connor Hopkins { 12.31.11 at 2:22 PM }

Rachael and I made some brown sugar bacon and waffles today. You should be so proud.

4 Linda Hopkins { 12.31.11 at 4:43 PM }

Connor, I AM SO PROUD!!!!! Did you use your new pots and pans? If so, doubly proud! xoxo

5 Sharon C { 08.25.14 at 9:34 PM }

This recipe has become a Christmas morning tradition in our home too. We love it.

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