BaconTots!

I’m a big fan of bacon and things wrapped in bacon.

While I was enjoying a bacon wrapped chicken breast the other day and I got to thinking about what else would be good wrapped in bacon. Naturally, I thought of my old friend the Tater Tot.

Thus began the great BaconTot experiment of 2010.

It turn out that half a slice of bacon, thick cut of course, goes nicely around a single tot. I tried some with toothpicks holding the bacon on because I wasn’t sure it would stay on the tot. You don’t need them. The bacon clings to the tot like a long lost lover. I used a broiler pan so the excess grease would run off.

Preheat the oven to 450 degrees and bake for 20 minutes.

NOM! The salty bacon is wonderful with the Tater Tot. It’s a perfect finger food, and takes very little effort to make.

Happy nomming!

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0 Responses to BaconTots!

  1. bluesun says:

    I am in awe of the amazingness that is your tots.

  2. Tim says:

    Pure genius!

    Now you just need an appropriate dipping sauce. Honey mustard maybe?

  3. You are an evil, evil man. Damn, those look tasty!

  4. Old NFO says:

    Damn, now I’m hungry… again… :-)

  5. Phssthpok says:

    I’ll see your baco-tots and raise you…

    Little Smokies wrapped in (1/3 slice) bacon, sprinkled with brown sugar (or honey as your personal tastes determine) and baked in like manner.

    Artery hardening goodness!

  6. staghounds says:

    “I used a broiler pan so the excess grease would run off.”

    Political correctness gone mad!

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  8. Lissa says:

    Making bacon-wrapped chix breasts tonight, but suddenly I want tater tots. Tooooooooooooots!! (Like Khan, but tastier.)

  9. Don’t the ‘tots act as little sponges? Not saying that’s a bad thing. . .

  10. B Woodman says:

    Looks sooooo unhealthy.
    But Soooooo delicious.
    I can feel my arteries hardening just looking at them. . . . uhmmmmmmm

  11. Jason says:

    Try rumaki: An almond stuffed into a pitted date, wrapped the same way in bacon and baked at 450 for 20 mins. Salty, sweet & crunchy. Sounds odd, but can’t stop eating them !!!

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  13. Drool…

    Sonic should so sell these. They have tator tots and bacon.

  14. countertop says:

    This is made of 100% unadulterated win!