Maple Bacon Donut Kabobs
Maple Bacon Donuts are all the craze right now and it’s not hard to see why. The combination of sweet maple syrup and crispy bacon is an undeniably delicious pairing. It’s like having a plate of syrup-coated pancakes and a side of bacon all in one tasty treat. We took the idea of maple bacon donuts and created these Maple Bacon Donut Kabobs to make a party-friendly snack that’s fun to eat and easy to make. Plus, we think the ratio of bacon-to-donut favors bacon much more than those bacon donuts you’ll find at your local donut shop!
Impress your coworkers, friends, and family by making these Maple Bacon Donut Kabobs for your next work luncheon, birthday brunch, or breakfast-themed party. Use glazed donut holes for a more traditional maple bar flavor or get crazy and use chocolate-frosted donut holes to add a whole new level of rich flavor to your donut kabobs! We used Entenmann’s Glazed Pop’ems for our kabobs, but any donut holes will work.
- For The Kabobs:
- 10 strips Gourmet Bacon, cooked
- 1 box Entenmann\'s Glazed or Frosted Pop\'ems (about 30 donut holes)
- 10 wooden skewers
- 1 tablespoon milk
- 2 tablespoons Pure Maple Syrup
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 3/4 cups powdered sugar
- To assemble your kabobs, weave 1 bacon strip around 3 donut holes onto each kabob and place them on a wire rack.
- Prepare the maple glaze by whisking together the milk, maple syrup, and vanilla extract in a medium bowl. Slowly whisk in the powdered sugar a cup at a time until smooth. The glaze should be just thin enough to slowly pour out. You can add more sugar to thicken it up if needed, or more syrup if it is too thick.
- Drizzle as much of the glaze over each kabob as desired and let them dry for a few minutes before serving. These savory-sweet Maple Bacon Donut Kabobs go great with a hot cup of Boss Hog\'s Maple Bacon Coffee.
From the World of Sweet, Sweet Bacon.
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