Apple Cinnamon Bacon Brownies

March 22, 2011 5:00 am Published by 1 Comment

It seems like every prominent chef and posh restaurant is coming up with one deliciously decadent dessert after another made with humankind’s all-time favorite flavor, bacon.  Here is an amazingly outrageous dessert that combines one of Bacon Freaks most popular gourmet bacons with one of the worlds all time favorite dessert treats.

You absolutely have to check these out for yourself and be sure to use the correct bacon, as the flavor is definitely not the same without the gourmet sweet, salted sizzle with the perfect blend of cinnamon and apple. Enjoy!


1 lb. – Bubba’s Butcher Block: Apple Cinnamon Bacon.

1 Box – premixed Brownie Mix. (Premium Quality Gourmet Mixes definitely blow the cheap, mass produced or generic brands completely out of the barn-yard.)

2 – 4 Large AAA Eggs (Depending on what the brownie mix that you choose calls for / We Prefer Brown Eggs)

1-2 splashes of  Olive Oil


Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees

Lay your bacon out in a large baking pan blanketed with a layer of aluminum foil.

Place the bacon in the oven for approximately 3 minutes.

You are NOT seeking to fully cook the bacon to completion at this point, simply to partially cook it to the point where it is lightly browned and slightly crispy.

Remove the bacon from the oven and allow it to cool on a plate lined with paper towels in order to drain off any excess bacon grease.

Pour off the bacon grease into a sink and directly down the drain with very HOT water running to avoid a drain clog when the grease cools and hardens.

Rinse the pan off with very hot water and dry with paper towels.

Prepare the Brownie mix by following the instructions on the box, combining the mix with the proper amount of eggs, olive oil and water as called for in the mixes instructions.

Lightly coat the pan with a generous amount of olive oil.

After the brownie batter is mixed, pour half of it into the pan.

Add as much of the bacon to the batter as meets your fancy.

Place the remainder of the bacon is an air tight container and save for a salad, BLT or any other meal that includes bacon (Don’t they ALL?)

Pour the rest of the brownie batter on top of the bacon, being certain to cover it all.

Bake the Brownie Bacon mix in the oven for as long as that particular brand of Brownie mix instructs, approximately 22 to 25 minutes, depending on how soft or hard you like your brownies.

Allow the brownies to cool and harden for 10 minutes.  Enjoy

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1 Comment

  • Adam says:

    These have got to be the most expensive cupcakes ever. $33 for 2lbs of bacon? Seriously? I love bacon as much as the next guy, but that is ridiculous.

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