10 Reviews

I was looking for a decadent but easy way to have bacon for breakfast this morning, since I'm on vacation. I came across this recipe and decided this was simple enough to do. Followed exactly as posted, except the baking time in my oven was a bit longer. THE END RESULT IS AMAZING. It's like a crisp, bacon candy, yet not overly sweet! The biggest problem is that I made a lot, intending to just feed myself, and I ended up only getting a bacon and a half because they were raided by everyone. Next time I'm making this in quantity.

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soulever December 28, 2011

Made this for my Mother's Day brunch yesterday and I thought it was fabulous! Everyone raved over the bacon's flavor and texture and I was pleased that I was able to stick it in the oven and walk away instead of standing there frying it. Will make it like this from now on.

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sheri May 10, 2010

I wanted something special for breakfast and this recipe came to mind. The bacon is really delicious and really hit the spot! My company loved it and asked how I made it. This is the only way to go with bacon for us!

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KCHomeCook August 31, 2009

I gave this recipe 5 stars. I made this for my families Sunday Big Breakfast. This was very good bacon! My 5 yr old newphew and I loved this bacon. My 7 yr old niece did not like it. I made a few minor changes to the recipe. I used the bacon I had on hand which was thin. But it turned out just like I've had at restaurants. It was perfectly crisp! I also used Sugar Free Log Cabin syrup in place of the maple syrup. Overall this was great bacon! I will so make this again for my family! Thanks so much for posting this recipe. Christine (internetnut)

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internetnut November 16, 2008

Excellent! Served this to my friends over brunch. One of them took my print-out copy of this recipe! It was well received. Thank you for posting!

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Unsubscribe Me Now August 31, 2008

Made a pound of bacon and used grade B maple syrup. I did get one piece, but then my three boys ate the entire plate themselves. Easy, minimal clean up, and using a baking rack allows the fat to drain away and the bacon to cook evenly. Loved it! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama February 01, 2008

I made this as part of our Christmas breakfast, it was really popular and everyone loved it. The flavour of the maple syrup with the bacon is excellent.

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Evie* December 27, 2007

Delicious, i made clean up even easier and cooked them on parchment paper in the oven directly but i was only doing 3 pieces. Thank goodness i was only doing 3 pieces they were so good i would have eaten all 16 :)

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MarraMamba August 14, 2007

We always loved dipping our bacon in syrup when we were kids. No need anymore! Great recipe, and no frying! Thanks Juenessa!

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Chef PotPie June 01, 2007

My friend Jack made this the other day for a brunch party, and it was quite a hit. So much more flavorful than pan-frying.

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JessieRose May 15, 2007
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