Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

This recipe is courtesy of Country Living magazine. This bacon goes wonderful with pancakes and syrup.


  1. Cook the bacon in a large skillet over medium-high heat until browned, but NOT crispy; drain on paper towels; set aside.
  2. In a small bowl whisk together the maple syrup, Dijon mustard and brown sugar; set aside.
  3. Return the bacon back to the skillet and brush with glaze, then turn the bacon over.
  4. Cook the glazed side down for 2 minutes over low heat.
  5. Glaze then turn and cook for another 2 minutes over low heat.
  6. Repeat until all the glaze is used up.
  7. Serve immediately.


Most Helpful

Made this to use with Cookgirl's Recipe#491611, and this was just perfect in it! I loved how crunchy this got once it was cooled off a bit. A couple of the slices started to get kind of dark on the bottom, but since I was crumbling the bacon anyhow, I just crumbled away the slightly burnt pieces and made my doggies very happy critters. Very good, thanks for posting! Made (indirectly ;-) ) for Culinary Quest I Family Picks

Muffin Goddess September 19, 2014

This met with mixed feelings in our house.The males of the house weren't impressed,whereas DD and I thought that it was lovely. I loved the sweet caramelisation of the sugars with the saltiness of the bacon.Delicious. It actually reminded me very much of a Chinese dried pork,that I am particularly partial to,except that this is a much easier recipe! Thanks Kit.Made for 1-2-3 Hits.

Noo February 21, 2009

We used sugar free syrup and brown sugar Splenda to keep the sugar down. We always add a drop or 2 of maple flavoring when cooking bacon.

Georgia On My Mind....... January 01, 2007

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