Green Bean Bundles

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Introduction: Green Bean Bundles

About: I live with my wife and children in Fort Worth, TX. We enjoy day-trips and junk stores. I'm a firm believer that homemade food tastes better and I love to try new recipes. When I can, I like to head out to t...

The first time I ever went to a holiday celebration at my wife's family, I noticed that the food was pretty standard (but still delicious). But when I was perusing the snack table I came across a little bit of heaven. Green Bean Bundles! Basically it's a way to make something that is relatively healthy into something that you kind of feel guilty eating.

As usual, thanks for reading!

Step 1: Ingredients.

Fresh Green Beans (or canned long cut)

1 Package Thin Slice Bacon

1/2 Cup Brown Sugar

4 Tbsp. Butter

1 tsp. Onion Powder 

Step 2: Wrap 'Em

Grab 3-4 green beans and wrap in a piece of bacon. Layer the bundles in your baking dish. 

Once you have covered the bottom of your dish, prepare your topping.

Melt the butter and add the brown sugar and onion. Stir well and spoon about 1 tsp. of sauce over each bundle. 

Bake at 350 F until the bacon is cooked. (app. 30-45 mins.)






Step 3: Plate and Serve.

Remove them from the baking dish and arrange them on your serving tray. These go very quickly, so it's not a bad idea to make more than you think you will need!



I hope you enjoy them!

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    These look so yummy! Thanks so much for sharing and do have a splendorous weekend!

    sunshiine

    my family makes these and they are even better with French dressing as the topping ;)

    I agree with Penolopy. I don't wanna live in a world without bacon :-)

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    It would truly be a sad, sad place.

    You should try these on a wood fire - now that's delish!

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