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    Not my recipe, But its for all of us bacon lovers!! :D

    Bacon

    While grocery shopping the other day I picked up a tube of ready-to-cook cinnamon rolls and thought hey, I wonder how these would taste with bacon. As I read the back of the package I was reminded that the rolls are actually un-rolled when you remove them.

    I unrolled the first pastry and the length of the dough reminded me of something. Could it be? Yes indeed. Serendipity. The unrolled pastry was nearly identical in size to a strip of bacon. This was going to be interesting.

    After assembling all the bacon cinnamon rolls I popped them in the pre-heated oven at 425 degrees for about 15 minutes. I then pulled the rolls out of the oven and drizzled the icing upon them as directed.

    Right from the first bite I knew we had a winner. The Smaste(tm) rating alone was a jaw-dropping 51.93. The entire house was filled with sugary, cinnamony, bacony aroma. The taste was both sweet and salty, a perfect combination for a morning pick-me-up meal. Highly recommended for any bacon lover!

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    Does the bacon cook done? I actually prefer to bake bacon because of the splattering.Never thought of putting it in a cinnamon roll.
    Looks yummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LibraryLady View Post
    Does the bacon cook done? I actually prefer to bake bacon because of the splattering.Never thought of putting it in a cinnamon roll.
    Looks yummy.
    I guess it would cook through. All I know is that it has all the basic food groups, fat, meat, sugar and dough!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    I guess it would cook through. All I know is that it has all the basic food groups, fat, meat, sugar and dough!! :D
    Sounds like heart burn city to me.How many Peptid did you take that night !
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    Sounds like heart burn city to me.How many Peptid did you take that night !


    My stock in Zantac is holding up! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    My stock in Zantac is holding up! :D
    Whats next a Bacon Popsicle ?
    Certain foods seem to go together I think .Bacon and Eggs,Ham and Rice,Chicken and Biscuits,
    Hot Dogs and Beans .Cinemon rolls are for coffee or tea after dinner or at breakfast .

    I've had Bacon on toast with tomatoes and lettuce with mayonnaise and with a few drops of lemon juice .Cinemon seems to be out of place (at least with me) with Bacon.As a thought another thing that you could try is home made bacon bread .In the frozen food section they sometimes have five pound bags of frozen bread dough in one pound loaves .

    Take a single loaf and defrost it in the microwave for about fifteen minutes until plyable and roll it out .Lay about a pound of the cooked bacon on in strips or break it up first sprinkle or place it on the dough and roll it out as a loaf .flour it and place it on a greased sheet pan and let it rise in a warm oven .When it has risen and is about doubled bake for about thirty minutes at four Hundred degrees or until very brown !Slice it up into rolls !
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    Quote Originally Posted by patriot45 View Post
    Not my recipe, But its for all of us bacon lovers!! :D

    Bacon



    That looks so good...:D
    I'm gonna try it
    Say what ya mean and get to the point quick....I don't have the attention span to listen to bullshit...

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    Use bacon on everything! Bacon salt!








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