Bacon hearts recipe.

What do you do for your sweetheart when you’re on a budget for Valentine’s Day… and, you are not a chef and only sort of know how to work the oven? How about Valentine’s bacon? Yes! Need a bacon hearts recipe? Ok!

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Bacon of Hearts

- 12 slices of bacon (this wont work with stiff bacon, it sorta needs to be loose and floppy. Ha!)

- … that’s it!

Directions:

Preheat oven to 400. Cut your bacon slices in half. Using two pieces of the cut in half bacon… shape them into a heart on a sheet pan (make sure this pan has sides so the grease doesn’t get all over your oven!). Bake for 18 – 25 minutes (or until done). Serve on a fancy plate or a pretty box and share with your loved one. Extra credit if you dip the bacon in chocolate! Yum!

bacon hearts, how to, recipe, valentines day, sweetheart, chocolate covered bacon hearts
bacon hearts, how to, recipe, valentines day, sweetheart, chocolate covered bacon hearts
bacon hearts, how to, recipe, valentines day, sweetheart, chocolate covered bacon hearts
bacon hearts, how to, recipe, valentines day, sweetheart, chocolate covered bacon hearts

bacon hearts, how to, recipe, valentines day, sweetheart, chocolate covered bacon hearts

Above is what I had waiting for Mike when he got home from work… a glass of wine, a card from Ruari, a smelly candle, some cheap chocolate and an amazing bacon heart! Ha ha. Mike made VERY yummy steak with blue cheese, rice, and salad (topped with a bacon heart) for me for Valentine’s day… along with some ice cream sandwiches. Valentine’s on a budget! Perfect. I hope you all enjoyed your day! Whether you celebrate Valentine’s or not.

Side note awesome: Dip these bad boys into some chocolate. Yes. Chocolate covered heart bacon.

2013 update: I’ve shared some tips to get the perfect bacon hearts for your Valentine’s this year. Check them out here!

- Chelsey

 

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25 Responses to “Bacon hearts recipe.”

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  3. Cinny says:

    SO Cute! I finally tried this this morning but some of them came apart. I think using thicker bacon might help with getting them to stand up like yours. I also sprinkled them with a tiny bit of brown sugar and cayenne pepper… OH MY!

  4. Kimberly Lynch says:

    I am making this right now. I folded the slices in half (long ways) since they were a little on the thin side and I covered the plans in foil to prevent burning.

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  7. Jessica Collins says:

    I made them this morning :P http://i44.tinypic.com/2ez1zcy.jpg
    Except I ended up using two strips of bacon for each heart instead of cutting them in half. I couldn't get the half-strips to stay like yours did!

    Thanks again for the cute idea. :)

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  14. mominlawtobe says:

    Love this idea! Sweet, funny and tasty!

  15. PinkDress says:

    you are a bacon GENIUS! Love the idea, cant wait to try it ;)

  16. oh so cute!!! :-) perfect for Valentine's day breakfast :-)

    xoxo
    Ida
    http://asplashofida.blogspot.com

  17. Jamie_Time2Save says:

    In the South we always say… "Love your heart!" in the same way people say "Bless Your Heart!"
    Well I love your heart (bacon), very very much – and I would "hug your neck" if I saw you just for introducing me to it. Greetings from TN!

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