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A ring of glazed Maple Bacon Monkey Bread on a blue plate.
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Maple Bacon Monkey Bread

Maple bacon monkey bread is the perfect addition to any breakfast or brunch. You only need a handful of ingredients and a sweet tooth!

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A white plate filled with chocolate drizzled candied bacon.
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Chocolate Drizzled Candied Bacon

Chocolate and bacon taste wonderful together, so it seems natural that we'd come up with chocolate drizzled candied bacon!

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A red and white check cloth with a white plate filled with Chocolate Chip Bacon Cookies.
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Chocolate Chip Bacon Cookies

For the most savory, sweet, and sinfully delicious dessert out there, you have to try these chocolate chip bacon cookies.

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A yellow bowl filled with Bean and Bacon Soup, and slices of buttered bread on the side.
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Bacon and Bean Soup

Bring out this hearty bean and bacon soup with delicious vegetables when you need to fill up a crowd (or just a few hungry boys!).

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A red and white bowl filled with corn chips, a dill pickle, and Bacon Cheeseburger Dip topped with melted cheese.
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Bacon Cheeseburger Dip

Add a little more delicious taste to plain nacho chips with bacon cheeseburger dip! It's a great recipe for game day appetizers or family get-togethers.

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Cheddar Bacon Cornbread

This cheddar bacon cornbread is great for breakfast with maple syrup drizzle, with a pad of butter for a mid-morning snack, or as a side for chili on the cooler days.

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Two rust colored soup bowls filled with Potato Bacon Chowder, with a nearby spoon and biscuit.
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Potato Bacon Chowder

The ultimate fall soup, so creamy and full of soft potatoes & crispy bacon. A great dinner recipe for any night of the week. A loaf of crisp bread would go perfect with this meal.

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Several Jalapeno Poppers upright in a metal pan with holes, placed on a flaming grill.
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Grilled Bacon Jalapeño Poppers

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A clear glass bowl filled with a serving of One Pot Cowboy Beans.
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One-Pot Cowboy Beans

If you want a hearty and fulfilling main dish, look no further than one-pot cowboy beans! We love the simplicity of the cooking instructions: simply cook bacon, cook ground beef and onion, and mix everything together in a Dutch oven! The brown sugar coats the beans and meat for a sweet, surprising glaze. Plus, any recipe that calls for a half pound of bacon is sure to be a winner. You can also top the one-pot cowboy beans with any shredded cheese you might have lying around.

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