Introduction: Sweet Bacon Wrapped Smokies

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Here in the USA, we have a meat product call “Little Smokies”. They are little, 2 bite size smoked sausages. We eat them for snacks on special occasions. About 6 months ago I made this version for the first time, and my hubby loved them. I cut the brown sugar back a whole bunch on that first batch, because my hubby is diabetic. Oh my word they are good. I saw them the first time on Facebook, and my daughter made and enjoyed them and told me about them before I made my first batch. This is one way to make a batch of Sweet Bacon Wrapped Smokies.

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Ingredients:

  • 1 package raw bacon
  • 1 package of Little Smokies
  • 2 cups brown sugar
  • ½ cup butter- melted

Supplies:

  • Sharp knife
  • Backing dish
  • 375° F oven,
  • Toothpicks
  • Measuring cup
  • Spoon

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Preheat the oven to 375° F. Cut open the package of bacon

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and cut it into thirds.

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Cut open the package of Little Smokies. Wrap a piece of bacon around each Little Smokie,

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then place in the baking dish.

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My Hubby is diabetic, so I used 2 baking dishes and divided the smokies evenly between the two dishes.

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Once all the smokies are wrapped, take brown sugar

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and spread it over all the smokies in baking dish. I spread 1 cup over my dish of smokies and the spread a scant 2 Tbsp. of brown sugar over my Hubby’s dish. You can tell by looking which is which.

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Pour the melted butter over all the smokies. I think next time I will skip the butter all together. Bacon and Smokies have enough fat without adding more. Place the baking dish in the oven and set the timer for 20 minutes.

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There they are, they look as GOOD as they taste.

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Toothpicks provide an easy way to serve each smokie (my Hubby just used a fork). Oh they are good. Not something I would make every day (too much fat and sugar) but for those special times, this would be GREAT! Enjoy!

Comments

dangregory2235 (author)2015-06-08

Fantastic recipe. I added about 1/8 teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Sweet, salty and spicy!

eladejarl (author)2015-05-01

Looks good, will have to make something similar. But I'd cut out the sugar.

kurtnotkirk (author)2015-04-27

HOORAY!! I lurve bacon wrapped little smokies! I was at a party recently, and THOUGHT what I was reaching for were these awesome little heart attacks were really bacon wrapped... something that was NOT little smokies... but, anyway... I digress. A yummy option for these is to add a bottle of "Pickapeppa" sauce to them before baking... Thanks for the Instructable!

hanryjames (author)2015-04-26

Its awesome.... I love them

violingirl (author)2015-04-26

I have made these before they taste very good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

EvolvedAwesome (author)2015-04-26

Sooooo Muuuuuccccchhhhhhh BBBaaaaaaccccccoooooonnnnnnnnnnnn

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