Sharing a delicious candied bacon today! My Candied Raspberry Baked Bacon could not be more simple to prepare and irresistibly delicious!
If I could jump up and down with excitement telling you about this recipe I would! These drool worthy strips of sweet and salty bacon are heaven sent. You won’t believe how simple this recipe is!
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This sweet bacon is the perfect party snack and a great sweet and savory treat. Before cooking the bacon, coat each piece with your jam and brown sugar to perfectly complement the intense, salty taste of the meat. Candied bacon should take only thirty minutes to prepare and it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Take 1 pound of cooked bacon strips (I used the microwave ready bacon strips) and brush each lightly with your preserves then sprinkle lightly with brown sugar. Place in the oven and let the magic happen!
Crispy fabulous candied sweet and savory bacon strips!
Tips For Candied Bacon Recipe:
- You can use thick or thin bacon.
- Sprinkle brown sugar on the bacon before you bake it
- Turn the bacon over after 10-15 minutes and sprinkle with more brown sugar
- Let the bacon cool on a wire cooling rack so the grease can drip off.
- Bake the bacon at 400 degrees.
- You can make many different kinds of bacon such as chocolate bacon, garlic bacon, cumin bacon, and cinnamon bacon.
- Chop your candied bacon and use for doughnuts, cakes, cookies, ice cream, salads, you name it, it’s good on about everything!
- 1 pound cooked bacon strips
- 1/4 cup Raspberry Preserves
- 1/4 cup light brown sugar packed
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees and line a large baking sheet with a baking rack. Arrange bacon strips onto baking rack and brush evenly with preserves. Sprinkle with brown sugar and bake for 20-25 minutes or until browned and crisp. Remove and let cool for 20 minutes. Serve room temperature.
Will this work with uncooked bacon?
I once made candied maple bacon and quite enjoyed it so I ate the entire batch before it had even cooled. I didn’t feel the best after that so I cured myself of a candied bacon addiction really, really quickly. 😉
I still want to try this, though! Love it. 🙂
I am salivating just thinking about this bacon. I’ll bet it would be awesome crumbled over a melted Brie crostini.
Um this is amazing! I love the raspberry!
You had me at bacon – this looks so fantastic!!
I’m jumping up and down for this recipe! Holy cow, it sounds seriously amazing!
Well, this bacon just made today an 11/10 situation. So much goodness!
What brand of precooked bacon strip did you use? The ones I previously have tried would not make it past 5 minutes in an oven at 400° without burning as they are so tissue thin. This recipe sounds really good but not so good for my diet. But I can cheat every now and then. Thanks for sharing.
Baked bacon is the best. I’ll have to try it with jam.
This is VERY creative Jenny! I am totally intrigued!
Looks yummy….did you use already cooked bacon?
never mind…saw in your post you did
Love it! So irresistible!
Ok, that bacon?! Are you serious!!! I am trying to LOSE weight! ha!
Like your idea a lot, that must taste so good.
Now this is a very creative way to prepare bacon! Love it Jenny 🙂
Love candied bacon! Especially a raspberry flavor!!
Josh and Caleb will love this bacon!
LOVE Smucker’s jam! And this is probably the most creative way I’ve ever seen jam made into a recipe! Candied bacon – definitely need to try this. Pinning!
This is such a fun idea!! I definitely need to give this a try.