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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Oven-Fried Bacon and a Giveaway! #baconmonth #putsomepiginit

Avoid bacon grease splatters with this Oven-Fried Bacon! Super simple! #baconmonth #putsomepiginit


Avoid bacon grease splatters with this Oven-Fried Bacon! Super simple! #baconmonth #putsomepiginit

The other day I announced that I was teaming up with some other great bloggers to bring you a month of bacon recipes! I hope you have stretchy pants for the duration of the month, judging by some of the recipes I've already seen, we're going to be needing them! :)

Today, I have a simple and basic "recipe" .... A few years ago, I learned I could bake my bacon in the oven and I wouldn't have to worry about the bacon grease burns! I love that my bacon cooks up nice and crisp - and mostly flat and straight! It's the OCD in me. 

For those who already know about Oven-Fried Bacon, this is elementary .... for those of you who have never tried it - be prepared to fall in love! It could not be simpler! I like mine a little more on the crisp side, so I bake mine for the longest time listed .... sometimes a bit longer if I buy the thick cut bacon!

Avoid bacon grease splatters with this Oven-Fried Bacon! Super simple! #baconmonth #putsomepiginit



Oven-Fried Bacon
Printable recipe
Yield: 8-12 slices

8-12 slices of bacon

Preheat oven to 400°F. Place a cooking rack on a baking sheet. Lay the bacon out on the cooking rack so that the pieces are not touching each other. Bake for 15-18 minutes or until bacon reaches desired crispness. 

Remove the bacon from cooking rack to paper towel-lined plate to drain.

*Note: If you do not have a cooking rack, you can line your baking sheet with aluminum foil and place your bacon directly on the foil. Do not overlap the edges. Proceed as stated above.


Avoid bacon grease splatters with this Oven-Fried Bacon! Super simple! #baconmonth #putsomepiginit

If you're a fan of bacon, you will want to follow all of the blogs participating in Bacon Month - and be sure to look for our hashtags #putsomepiginit and #baconmonth on social media! We've got lots of bacon-y goodness to share! :)

Each week during bacon month, we're giving away a bacon-themed cookbook. Be sure to enter every week for a chance to win!

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Avoid bacon grease splatters with this Oven-Fried Bacon! Super simple! #baconmonth #putsomepiginit

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10 comments:

  1. I had no idea it was national bacon month but I had a BLT for dinner tonight so I guess I was celebrating without knowing it!

    xx Kelly
    Sparkles and Shoes

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  2. I have never tried baking my bacon - I'm convinced! and I love it flat too!

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  3. This is my favorite way to cook bacon! I came over from Full Plate Thursday.

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  4. I can't believe how many years I cooked bacon other ways. I've been using the oven for about 2 years now and it's made life so much easier and more delicious. :-)

    Visiting from Full Plate Thursdays. Thanks!
    Shirley

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  5. This is my favorite way to make bacon. Perfect results every time! I can't wait to see all of your bacon creations. :)

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  6. For my family, this is the only way to cook bacon, So much healthier and easy.

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  7. So this really does look like the perfect bacon! I'm on it....thanks, Jamie!

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  8. Great recipe for the Oven Fried Bacon, pinning! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great day!
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  9. I am so going to try this. And I'm so happy I found you through A Dish of Daily Life today. Yay for bacon month!

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  10. This is truly the easiest and cleaniest way to make bacon. Pinned.

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