Oyster Bombs

Donna Liner


These oyster bombs are DA BOMB!

Fresh oysters, smoked bacon, garlic, butter and seasonings grilled up to make a tasty treat for any party!

Blue Ribbon Recipe

What's better than bacon and oysters?! When I ate these, I felt like I was transported the beach. You can easily prepare these ahead of time. Then, when guests arrive throw them on the grill. Guests will love these! The Test Kitchen

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12 small
oysters, fresh and shucked. you can use what ever size you prefer.
6 slice
bacon cut in half and fried half way done
24 slice
fresh sliced garlic
3 Tbsp
butter cut in 1/4's
12 dash(es)
salad elegance (johnny's) or montreal seasoning
your favorite hot sauce (optional)

How to Make Oyster Bombs


  • 1Cut 12 pieces of aluminum foil to 5x5 ins, or close. Place one pieces of sliced garlic in the middle.
  • 2Add a half slice of slightly precooked bacon on top.
  • 3Place another slice of garlic and one oyster on top of bacon.
  • 4Roll bacon around oyster and place cut sides down on foil.
  • 5Add one piece of butter and a dash of seasoning.
  • 6Gather the four corners of foil to make a cup. Be sure to leave a opening for steam to vent.
  • 7Cook 10 minutes on a 350 grill and enjoy!
  • 8They're ready! Serve hot and be careful these are addicting! And, of course, you can always add a dash or two of your favorite hot sauce.

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