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5 Hot Bacon Recipes to Survive on Until Spring


While the cold months try to put us in a “winter funk,” there’s one sure-fire way to keep yourself warm and happy. And that’s bacon. So get that skillet fired up for these five toasty bacon recipes to get us through the last weeks of winter:
 

Mashed Potato Bacon Bombs

Crispy on the outside, warm mashed potatoes in the middle, and a gooey, melty cheese center, these Mashed Potato Bacon Bombs may be the perfect dish to share with your fellow bacon-loving friends on winter’s last few cold evenings.
 

Texas Beef Bacon Chili

How about a big bowl of warm Texas Chili with just the right amount of crisp bacon to make every spoonful perfect? Plus, this tantalizing bowl of bacon has plenty of spice—more than enough to help you forget the cold.
 

Breakfast Egg, Sausage, and Bacon Cheddar Casserole

Start a cold day off hot with this multi-level breakfast casserole full of essential bacon. This dish has everything you need to make a great smelling morning taste even better, no matter how low the temperature.
 

Cheesy Bacon Oven Chips

Too cold to get out from under the blankets? Not when there are crispy chips and bacon on the table. Your friends will love this, but it’s okay—you can keep it all to yourself.
 

Cheddar Bacon Stuffed Pretzel Buns

Warm, fresh, and oven-soft pretzels are a great snack on any cold day. What makes these better? The pretzels are dressed inside and out with bacon. Obviously.

 

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