Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon


Perfectly crispy bacon that’s baked with a sweet maple brown sugar glaze. Bacon bliss!

Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon by The BakerMama

Originally posted September 1, 2014. 

Bacon! Bacon! Bacon!

That’s pretty much what my mind is thinking all the time! I mean really, what’s not to love about bacon on or with just about anything and everything?! I love bacon by itself, of course, as well as in sandwiches, baked into brownies, sprinkled over a pizza, mixed into ice cream, and wait for it…crumbled over a pie.

My favorite way to cook bacon is to bake it. Much easier and way less of a mess for me than frying it. And it turns out so perfect and crisp every time! Plus, I’m usually flipping pancakes or scrambling eggs on top of the stove, so getting the bacon going in the oven first works great so that when everything else is done cooking, I can just pull this perfectly crisp bacon straight from the oven and transfer it to a platter to serve up with the rest of breakfast. It always gets rave reviews!

Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon by The BakerMama

Be sure to use thick-cut bacon, brush it with lots of maple syrup and sprinkle it generously with dark brown sugar. And put the bacon in the oven while it preheats to cook it to the perfect crispness. Just a few tips to its terrific taste!

Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon by The BakerMama

How to Make Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon

First, line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and place a wire rack on top. Spray the rack with non-stick cooking spray. Lay the bacon side-by-side across the rack. Brush both sides with maple syrup. Sprinkle the tops with brown sugar and rub it in gently.

Place the bacon on the top rack of the oven and then turn the oven on to 400°F. Bake the bacon for 20 minutes or until browned and starting to darken a bit around the edges, rotating after 10 minutes.

Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon by The BakerMama

This is our absolute favorite bacon! We bake it all the time and as you can imagine, it disappears so fast! I’ve actually had to start baking two batches of it at a time to keep up with our love for it! Give it a try! I’m pretty sure you and yours will love it too!

More Bacon Bliss to Adore

Learn How to Bake Bacon that’s easy and results in perfectly crisp, beautiful bacon every time! The sweetness of the glaze and the savoriness of the meats makes these Bacon-Wrapped Sausages with a Maple Pumpkin Glaze an irresistible accompaniment to breakfast or brunch. What better way to show your people just how much you love them than with heart-shaped bacon?! Learn the simple trick of shaping bacon strips into heart shapes and baking them to crispy deliciousness is love served at its best!

Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon by The BakerMama

If you make this Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon, be sure to snap a picture and share it with me or tag me on Instagram @thebakermama so I can see. ???? I love seeing how inspired and creative y’all get with the recipes I share.

Enjoy!

xoxo,

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Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon by The BakerMama

Baked Maple Brown Sugar Bacon


  • Author:
    Maegan – The BakerMama

  • Prep Time:
    5 mins

  • Cook Time:
    30 mins

  • Total Time:
    35 mins

  • Yield:
    10

  • Category:
    Breakfast

Description

Perfectly crispy bacon that’s baked with a sweet maple brown sugar glaze. Bacon bliss!


  • 10 slices thick-cut bacon
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup dark brown sugar

Instructions

  1. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and place a wire rack on top. Spray the rack with non-stick cooking spray.
  2. Line the bacon side-by-side across the rack. Brush both sides of the bacon with maple syrup. Sprinkle the tops with brown sugar and rub it in gently.
  3. Place the bacon on the top rack of the oven and then turn the oven on to 400°F. Bake the bacon for 20 minutes or until browned and starting to darken a bit around the edges, rotating after 10 minutes.



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