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These are my new favorite green beans!! I used fresh green beans and had about 1/2 lb so only used 1/3 lb bacon and 1/2 the brown sugar mixture. Was a perfect amount for DH and I. The beans were tender but not mushy and the bacon was firm, not soggy. I will be making these for the holidays for sure!! Made for All You Can Cook Buffet.
These are always a hit!!! I omitted the garlic salt and used a big package of frozen fresh green beans (boiled them for a few minutes first). I also covered and baked at 425* for 30 minutes, then let them sit under the broiler for about 5 minutes. If I'm running short on time, I've made it more as a casserole instead of individual wraps by dicing bacon (don't use the whole pound) and sauteing in a skillet until they're nice and browned. Spread green beans in baking dish, pour sugar and butter mixture over top, and then sprinkle with bacon. Baked at 350* for 20-30 minutes.) DELISH no matter how it's made! Thanks for sharing!
OMG This side dish was increidble. I can't eat green beans but these were out of this worrld. They were a huge hit at the family thanksgiving dinner.. Great ideas for the Holidays. Thanks so much for posting...... A definite keeper. You can also do these in Italian Salad dressing...
I made this for my son's Pre-K Thanksgiving Feast. They disappeared!! These are SO good!!
Super easy and great idea for the holidays. I had to use frozen green beans instead of canned, since the can I opened only had tiny green bean chunks. Made about 10 bundles, then piled the rest into the bottom of the pan. Next time I think I'll broil them right before serving to crisp the bacon a bit. Tasty, tasty. Thanks MsGigi.
My DH and I loved these!!
These are awesome!! I get rave reviews everytime I make these. :) Tonight I'm trying them with steamed green beans. Thank you!
I love these, I mean LOVE these - I've made these for years as has my grandmom (we are from Little Rock as well!!!) My grandmom gets a little "lazy", and doesn't wrap them, and cooks the bacon separately and pours the sauce over the green beans topped with bacon crumbles... just as good and better for a crowd