I make a simalar recipe..melt brown 1/2 cup brown sugar and 1/2 cup butter and drizzle over top before baking. ..then sprinkle with garlic powder and hickory smoked salt. the sweetness adds a lot to the flavors. always asked for at family gatherings and now I have friends making it for their gatherings!!
So easy to make, but looks, so impressive. Bacon baked in the oven has such a delicious taste, and flavors the green beans so well. I also used fresh beans that I first steamed for about 8 to 9 minutes.
I have been making these, receipe from another source, for years. Try some French dressing on top...awesome! There is also a recipe that marinates the green beans & bacon in soy sauce prior to baking. Just another twist, delightful.
I found this recipe from using the Random Recipe link and I am glad I did! In this house we all love bacon so I knew this would be a big hit! I also used fresh green beans that I steamed for about 5 minutes. Only difference was I added about an eighth of a teaspoon of black pepper. These are awesome! Thanks Rachel Lynn
I recently learned to make bacon in the oven and I just love the great crispy taste of it that way. So how could I not love this dish? Dugan grunted and snorted the whole time he was eating these bundles. (That is a good thing)
WOW! this recipe is so divine. I used fresh green beans and the way I did mine was I steamed them for 5-8 minutes and let them cool for minute or so and than instead of cutting bacon in half I just rolled a bundle of beans with one strip. We really loved the flavor and I was happy that it was a easy way of making green beans totally different from the regular way of making beans. I will be making these again in the near future! Thanks for sharing your recipe Rachel Lynn!
These were so good! I made them for Easter Dinner and they were gone in a flash. These were a nice change from green bean casserole. Thanks!
These are quite good. We like to make them as Asparagus or Green Bean Bundles #111515, which bakes in a brown sugar/butter sauce.