Monday, December 26, 2011

Bacon Toasts


Bacon Toasts are great for dipping into soup, soft-boiled eggs, and as a snack by itself. Try making it!


Bacon Toasts

Ingredients

6-1 ½ inches thick Baguette toast (from 1/3 of a Baguette/about 5 to 6 inches lengthwise)
6 Rashers of Thinly Sliced Smoked Bacon

Method

Preheat oven to 425˚F.

Wrap the bacon over each toast and place on a baking tray and bake for about 20 to 25 minutes. Turn the bacon toast at least once and bake until the bacon is slightly crispy and the toast is golden brown in color.

Serves 2

14 comments :

  1. HOw cute. These look delicious! and who doesn't love bacon and toast :)

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  2. Looks delicious. Would love for you to share your pictures with us over at foodepix.com.

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  3. What a 'creative' way to make for breakfast!! Thank you lots and lots.

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  4. I would love to dip these into cream-cheese -garlic dip. Chat with friends and soda...Wow! Snacks are the best part of my days. Thanks for a wonderful post!

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  5. Yes.Please. This is so awesome, even the hubs is impressed! Thanks for sharing such a creative idea. And I absolutely love the yolk.

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  6. I make an appetizer that is similar but the bacon is dredged in brown sugar and cayenne and wrapped around pretzel rods. Always very popular but now I so want to try it with toasts like this...I've just never been the biggest fan of pretzels and this idea could deliver that final perfect touch for me. Thanks!

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  7. went to a las vegas buffet and stole another item to add to my brunches at home:

    precook bacon. unwrap a can of breadstick dough. stretch each piece out and cut into 2 pieces. wrap the bacon candy cane style around each piece and place bacon end side down. brush on your favorite bbq sauce and bake as directed. i know it sounds strange for breakfast but they are delicious.

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  8. These look soo good! This is definitely my kind of breakfast... or dinner... or lunch. Yum!

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  9. oh, how very clever! those look delish!

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  10. Tried these this morning... Yum!! What a great way to start the year! :-)

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  11. my goodness that looks good! good AND doable!

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  12. This was SOOO good! Hubby loved it! I cooked a little too long so it was a bit more crispy than we would have liked but he still scarfed it down. Hubby is not a big fan of yolk so he dipped it in maple syrup and it was AMAZING! :)

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  13. Oh I like this! Thanks for the recipe...:))

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