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Smokies and Bacon

Submitted by: bonnie on May 4, 2010
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Smokies and Bacon

Fabulous and a big hit at all get-togethers and there are never any left! The brown sugar melts onto the bacon and you cannot even tell that you used it.

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: 50

Prep Time: 15-20 minutes   Cook Time: 15-20 minutes  


2 packages Lil Smokies from Hillshire
1 package of bacon (thin sliced)
1 box dark brown sugar


Cut each piece of bacon into 3 sections. Just lay the slice out and cut it into thirds. Wrap each smokie with one of the strips and place onto a baking sheet covered with foil. Cover smokies with the ENTIRE box of brown sugar and bake at 350 until the bacon sizzles and is crispy. This does not take long. These are a huge hit and go very quickly at parties. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Categories: Appetizers & Snacks, Crowd-Size

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  1. 10-3

    THESE babies were at the Farm Party yesterday and they are DElicious! Decadent and delicious!

  2. 12-9

    Just a question about these…after they come out of the oven, do you think they could go into a crock pot to be kept warm and/or transported to a party?

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