Peppered Breakfast Bacon

"Just a slight twist to your usual Breakfast bacon. Try it you may love it!"
photo by Sandi From CA photo by Sandi From CA
photo by Sandi From CA
photo by Latchy photo by Latchy
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  • Heat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Put the bacon on a rack over a roasting pan.
  • Lightly sprinkle the bacon with brown sugar& the black pepper.
  • Bake apprx 15 minutes or until done.
  • It should be golden& crispy.
  • Serve really hot.

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  1. Sandra Hyde
    I am not a big bacon eater, but my husband likes it. I tried this. It was sweet and hot. But my husband raved about it for days. I really think he enjoyed it because he has asked me to make it again. Always the sign of a really good recipe.
  2. ltdsaloon16r
    Sweet and oh so good! I served this with another 'zaar recipe (Baked Ham and Cheese Roll) recipe #28648 by Karen Monahan. But minus the ham because we had this tasty bacon A real hit, like homemade honey cured bacon. Thanks for posting. =)
  3. Joann
    These were a hit! My family ate them as is but I think they would taste even better on a sandwich. Next time though I will line the pan for easier clean up:)
  4. Elbow Macaroni
    This is a great recipe. So easy, and so delicious. I used about 1/4 cup brown sugar for a 1-1/2 pound package of thick cut bacon. Used cracked pepper on 1/2 the pan, and left the other plain since my kids don't like pepper. This makes the best BLT (bacon lettuce tomato) sandwiches ever!
  5. Cookiegirlandi
    I add a couple shakes cayenne. YUM!!


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