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Made these a while back.... Got a similar recipe from the pioneer woman website... Wish i would have put them on a rack... They were really greasy but mmmmm they disappeared like no other... Everyone loves bacon.. you could wrap cardboard and bacon and it would be amazing. MMMM oh and i used premium saltines.
Made these with the addition of garlic powder and cayenne pepper to taste. Very good!
I made this for the second 2006 Pick A Chef Contest. I have given this 4 stars since I had a problem with this in just a small way. I think when this is made, it should be put on a rack of some sort to drain the grease away from the crackers. They were VERY VERY good it is just that I am extremely, well Anal about grease. I do not like grease and I try to remove what ever amount I can from foods. I believe this would be a 6 star with the grease being able to drip away from the cracker as it is being baked. With that being said I would encourage everyone to try this, it is a wonderful party apetizer and my neighbor LOVED them!!!!
Gotta put this at the top of my "Who'd a ever thunk it?" list. My only ptoblem now is that, because DH loves this so much, I now can't keep bacon or saltines in the house LOL! Thanks for the great post!! Oh yes, by the way - we like them a little blackened, too!!
So simple and so good. I only cooked mine for 10 minutes, so the bacon was cooked but still slightly soft. Very good. I tried adding a piece of cheddar to half of them before wrapping with bacon...I like cheese with everything, and cheese and bacon seemed like a classic combo. But don't bother. You can't really taste the cheese.
OK, this sounds weird, and probably not something I normally would have jumped at making. BUT, I was lucky enough to have the chef herself make these for us at a recent get together, and they were absolutley delicious!! I agree, if they get a little overdone, it is all good.....yummo! Check out this Chef's other yummy bacon appy's, it made a terrific tray! Thanks Saturn!