8 Delicious Treats for Bacon Lovers
Vosges Haut-Chocolat Flying Chocolate Pig
Dark chocolate meets applewood bacon in this well-rounded, subtly smoky riff on the company’s infamous bacon bar. Prepare for squeals of delight.
To buy: $8 for 1.2 ounces, vosgeschocolate.com.
Sir Francis Bacon Peanut Brittle
Made in Atlanta, this salty-sweet combination of superrich Spanish-style peanuts and hickory-smoked bacon is addictive eaten right out of the box and divine crumbled over ice cream.
To buy: $16 for 9 ounces, deandeluca.com.
Vibrant Flavors Maple Bacon Pretzels
Waffles, anyone? These maple-drenched squares with a hint of bacon will remind you of an old-fashioned breakfast. Throw a couple of the snack-size bags in the car for when you need a rush-hour recharge.
To buy: $27 for twelve 1.8-ounces packages, vibrantflavors.foodzie.com.
Skillet Bacon Jam
One taste and this tangy spread—made with bacon, balsamic vinegar, and slow-simmered onions—will become your go-to condiment. Delicious on burgers and crostini, it also wakes up salad dressings, roasted vegetables—even fish.
To buy: $14 for 11 ounces, skilletstreetfood.com.
LiddAbit Sweets Bourbon-Coffee-Bacon Caramel Corn
How does one make caramel popcorn even more decadent? By adding bourbon, coffee, and candied chunks of bacon, of course. An over-the-top munching essential for late-night gossip sessions and movie nights.
To buy: $11 for 7 ounces, liddabitsweets.com.
L & H Confections Chocolate Bacon Pretzels
Hand-dipped in Guittard dark chocolate and coated in crispy pieces of bacon, these salty rods are made for sharing. Also available individually wrapped as party favors.
To buy: $9 for 12 pretzels, etsy.com.
Zingerman’s Peppered Bacon Farm Bread
Sure, you could slice this crusty half wheat-half white bread and use it for sandwiches, but who are we kidding? Warm from the oven, this loaf—studded with applewood bacon and black tellicherry peppercorns—is pretty close to perfect on its own.
To buy: $13 for a 12-ounce loaf, zingermans.com.