Bacon-Wrapped Meals for the Carnivore in You

bacon wrapped cheddar stuffed cauliflower

    If you want to indulge in decadent greasy bacon foods, then you should know you can use bacon to wrap pretty much anything. So start cooking bacon-wrapped pork, bacon-wrapped turkey or what have you, and let your palate bask in the bacon’s flavor.

    But there’s more. You can let the fried bacon star in other dishes that are not so meat-based. Fruits, legumes, cheese, fish or pastry can also feel the mighty bacon’s grip, so check out these links. And why stop there? Chicken breast, chicken wings, kebab mixture patties, you name it, they can all get bacon-wrapped. Just keep browsing through all our recipes.

    9 bacon-wrapped foods to please your inner hunter

    1. Turkey Burgers with Bacon-Wrapped Patty

    Burgers are everywhere these days and maybe you need something special. How about you make your turkey burger a superstar, by wrapping the patty in a bacon weave? Then fry it and put it between two fluffy buns. Don’t forget about the toppings! And the sauce stands out as well: it’s made of mayo and whole grain mustard.

    2. Bacon-Wrapped Cheddar-Stuffed Cauliflower

    Deliciously crispy on the outside, while smooth, creamy and cheesy on the inside. This is how you can describe this outrageously mouth-watering comfort dish. Before baking it, cover the Cheddar stuffed cauliflower with a hot sauce just to make it more lively.

    3. Bacon-Wrapped Cheesy Prunes

    Beware! These decadent bites are extremely delicious. Fried bacon rolls wrapped around cheese-stuffed prunes can turn you into a greedy gobbler. To make things even more delicious pair the sweet-tart prunes and crispy salty bacon with a sharp honey sauce.

    4. Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

    Crispy asparagus wrapped in delicious bacon for everyone! Either as a starter or a side-dish, these low-carb guys are not only fun-looking but also incredibly delicious. As a serving suggestion, pair them with fried eggs.

    5. Bacon-Wrapped Tilapia

    If you’re wrapping not-so-fatty tilapia fillets with uncured bacon strips, what you’ll be getting is protein-rich packaged scrumptiousness just waiting to be gobbled. Flavor this extremely low-carb dish with ghee and oregano. Pair the fillets with a lemony peppery mayo sauce and enjoy.

    6. Bacon-Wrapped Pretzels

    Store-bought pretzels are ideal for a quick snack – but if you feel like spending some time in the kitchen, try the homemade version of our German pretzels. They take time, but it’s worth the effort! When the pretzels are done, wrap them in bacon and slide them in the oven for another half an hour. The result is absolutely delicious!

    7. Bacon-Wrapped Pork with Apricot Glaze

    Here is a combination of ingredients you surely don’t see every day. The pork is first wrapped in bacon and then topped with Dijon mustard and apricot jam. The last ingredient may have caught you a bit off-guard, but its sweetness goes excellent with the flavor of pork. Try it and see if we’re right!

    8. Bacon-Wrapped Veggie Onion Bombs

    These snacks are ‘da bomb’, but the only danger to them is the possibility of eating too many. Stuff them with a juicy egg, breadcrumb, and veggie mixture. Then wrap them in onion and bacon. Bake them in the oven and then just try to refrain from eating all of them!

    9. Bacon-Wrapped Mozzarella Balls

    Is anyone up for a tasty and quick snack? This shouldn’t take you more than 25 minutes to make and you don’t need sophisticated kitchen skills. Wrap the mozzarella balls with our-eternal-favorite bacon and fasten them with toothpicks. Grill them to cheesy yummy perfection and serve them with mustard and/or ketchup.

    Well, I love to eat! I guess I always did. Tasty foods, traditional foods, fast-foods, healthy foods and, again, not so healthy ones. You name it. However, in time I kind of built on this habit and, slowly but surely, I began to turn toward the Mediterranean cuisine and, occasionally, even the Mediterranean diet. I am a curious and inquisitive person. So, pretty soon, I started trying to recreate what I’ve tasted or seen. At first, this proved to be hard
    work for my better half, as she supervised my new experiments. But lately, results really started to show, so wish me luck!

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