Maple Bacon Lollypops from Lollyphile


Here’s another San Francisco-based bacon food. This time it’s in the form of a sugary, lickable sensation called the maple bacon lollypop. What this treat lacks in creative naming it more than makes up for in creative cooking – after all, if it’s okay to eat bacon with pancakes and syrup, then why not slather the bacon itself in syrup and jam a stick in it?

These lollies are available in packs of 4 for $10, 12 for $24 and 36 for $52 from Lollyphile

— Mr. B

1 thought on “Maple Bacon Lollypops from Lollyphile”

  1. A coworker of mine knows of my love of bacon and got me a couple of these as a gift. They’re tasty and the bacon bits are fun. But they’re definitely (probably by necessity) more maple than bacon. The bacon is there, but it’s subtle.

    There’s really no smell, either, but the flavor is good. Worth a try, but if I had to venture to guess, they’d rate at most a Smaste(tm) rating of 31.415926, mainly because of their roundness.


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