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Bacon Lollipops Recipe: Thick-Cut Bacon On A Stick

Our mouth began to water when we saw these Vanilla Bourbon Bacon Lollipops on MackenzieLtd.com. Thick slabs of smoked Danish bacon are slow-cooked with a vanilla-bourbon glaze for a sweet, smoky flavor. You can use the vanilla-bourbon sauce as a glaze, to drizzle over the bacon, or as a dipping sauce.

Either way, it’s a treat for any bacon lover. You just heat and serve the lollipops for an appetizer or snack everyone will rave about.

“Absolutely wonderful,” “Beyond amazing,” and “Yummiest ever” are just three of the many happy customer reviews.

Get your bacon lollipops here.

Or, you can make your own.

Do you need Danish bacon*? No. Any thick-cut bacon will do.
 
 
RECIPE: BOURBON VANILLA DANISH LOLLIPOPS

This recipe is from Rodelle Kitchen, makers of three varieties of pure vanilla extract.

Rodelle suggests that you can pair this candied bacon with some their stout brownies recipe or vanilla bean ice cream.

How to serve the lollipops?

  • You can cut a fruit in half—a large apple, orange, grapefruit, or a small melon—and insert the lollipop sticks in them.
  • You use a squash or an unsliced loaf of bread like a round sourdough for the same purpose.
  • You can use a wide-mouth jar or small vase.
  • Or, you can simply lie them flat on a serving plate—atop a large doily, if you have one.
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    Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup bourbon
  • 2 tbsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1 pound thick-sliced bacon
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    Preparation

    1. PREHEAT the oven to 375°F. In a medium saucepan, heat the bourbon and vanilla extract until boiling. Reduce the heat and simmer until reduced to ½ cup. Let cool slightly.

    2. PLACE the brown sugar on a plate. Coat the bacon on both sides with the bourbon-vanilla sauce. Then place the coated bacon onto the brown sugar, patting it down to make the sugar adheres. Repeat on the other side.

    3. LINE a baking sheet with aluminum foil and place a rack on top. Place the bacon on the rack and bake until it is crispy and cooked through, about 20 to 25 minutes.
     
    Dipping Sauce

    No dipping sauce is required, but if you want one, honey mustard is a good choice.

    You can make honey mustard by mixing honey into Dijon or other mustard, to taste.

    Try 1 tablespoon honey to 2 tablespoons mustard to see how you like the proportion.

    You can also make a low-glycemic version with agave or an artificial sweetener.
     
     
    > THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF BACON
     
     
    > THE HISTORY OF BACON

     
     
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    *Danish bacon is bacon made from pigs raised in Denmark. Unlike American bacon, which is cut from the belly, Danish bacon is cut from the loin of the pig. It tends to be meatier than American bacon, which is called streaky bacon in the U.K. because of the amount of fat striation..

     


    [1] Thick-cut bacon with a vanilla-bourbon glaze: Splendid (photo © Mackenzie Ltd).


    [2] Since Bourbon goes into the glaze, you may want to serve it with the bacon lollipop appetizers.


    [3] Dark brown sugar has a higher percentage of molasses than light brown sugar, and thus a deeper flavor (photo © Panther Media | Grafvision).


    [4] Never be tempted so save money by purchasing imitation vanilla extract. Always buy the real thing: pure vanilla extract (photo © Rodelle Kitchen).

     

     
     

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