(CCB) Chocolate Covered Bacon

8
Areatha Daniels

By
@Reethy

I watching TV, and there's this kid talking about loving CCB. I mentioned it to my son and his friends; let me tell you, thy can't get enough. So this is how I do it.

Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

Comments:
Serves:
as many as you want
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

How to Make (CCB) Chocolate Covered Bacon

Step-by-Step

  1. Weave each bacon strip on skewers
  2. bake on cookie sheet with (edges) there will be oil in pan while cooking

    arrange each bacon strip so none can touch the other

    bake til desired crispness. PLACE ON PAPER TOWEL to soak up oil COMPLETELY
  3. WHILE WAITING, MELT CHOCOLATE

    DO NOT LET WATER MIX WITH CHOCOLATE
  4. Submerg sharp tip in chocolate,carfully (with spoon ) bath bacon strip with chocolate

    CARFULLY shake off excess chocolate, by lightly tapping on sides of bowl
  5. lay on wax paper until set.

    If needed set in refridgerator til set.

    BET YOU LOVE THEME TOO !

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About (CCB) Chocolate Covered Bacon

Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Collection: Fab Fair Food!
Other Tag: For Kids



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