{Bacon} Sweets for your Sweet – Cookin’ with Rural Revolution – Bacon Toffee Bark

BACON TOFFEE BARK

1 package of bacon

1.5 sticks real butter

3/4 cup brown sugar

1.5 packages of semi-sweet chocolate chips

sea salt

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line cookie sheet with parchment or foil.  Add an even layer of pre-cooked bacon (you can cook it or buy pre-cooked) that’s been torn into bite sized pieces (the crispier, the better).

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Melt butter and then add brown sugar in a pan. Let boil for about 5 minutes while stirring continuously. Be careful not to let it burn.

When it’s “fluffy-ish”, it’s done.

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Pour toffee mixture over pan of bacon.

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Pop in the oven for 5 minutes.  Take out of the oven and add a bag and a half of chocolate chips.

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Pop in the oven for 5 more minutes.

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Take out of the oven and spread chocolate chips over entire pan.

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Add a generous amount of sea salt.

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Place in freezer for 30 minutes, take out and  break into small pieces with a butter knife.

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Perfect for gift-giving for Valentine’s Day or any other holiday because, who doesn’t love sweet and salty…and bacon?!

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 Enjoy!

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YUMMMMMMMM!

~Carmen

 

The Chicken Chick

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15 thoughts on “{Bacon} Sweets for your Sweet – Cookin’ with Rural Revolution – Bacon Toffee Bark

  1. Carmen and Amy,
    I am making the vegetarian version (crushed saltines instead of bacon) of this toffee today! It is for my boys and my secret senior prayer partner at Adam’s school. This toffee is so good and easy. I give a lot as gifts for Christmas. Happy Valentine’s Day to both of you!!!!

  2. Baaaacoooon! I like this a lot. I’d struggle to get by the first stage of the process, though. I’d stuff all that cooked bacon into my gob, probably missing a fair bit and accidentally smacking myelf one. Oooh dearie me!

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