This got high marks at our house- my 10 year old requests now it any time we make waffles or pancakes!
This was sooooo good! I got some fresh bacon from the meat block at the store this morning and wanted to do something different with it rather than frying it. I found this recipe and thought I would try it. I am glad I did!! I noticed that the bacon I got was a little dry so the sugar and cinnamon mixture was not sticking to it very well. I pated a little bit of water on each dtrip with my fingertips and then coated them with the mixture. That made the mixture stick myuch better. I put them on a foil lined cookie sheet because I do not have a broiler. That worked out perfect. I also baked them at 425 degrees instead of 450 degrees because I didn't want them too crispy. They were still VERY good. Next time I will bake them at the suggested 450 degrees tho to make them slightly more crispy. Thanks for a great recipe Lorac.
Very good, made this as an appetizer. I also added some cayenne pepper to a batch for a kick it went over very well. I love the salty with the sweet. Will make this again, maybe just for me no to sharing.
Wow, was this ever delicious!
I just made this because it sounded so good....and it is. This is slighty stick, sweet and salty all at once. I love it. Thanks so much for sharing.
i thought i already rated these...this was absolutely wonderful, it was like candy bacon, sweet, crispy and bacony!! i made it with french toast...this has already gone on my rotation..THANKS for posting!!
We prepared 3 pounds for a breakfast at church..it disappeared instantly. Awesome flavor. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Joanne
This is SOOO easy! I have a little one and making any meal is a challenge. Any recipe that is simple and tastes great is one I'll make all the time! I baked the bacon for about 13 minutes and they came out just right - crispy but not too crispy.
The brown sugar and cinnaman add a nice flavor. I like my bacon crispier than I could get these to be though.