This instructable will show you how to make my version of the "Bacon Cheese Roll", as seen on
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Step 1: Things You'll Need
1. At least 12 pieces of bacon...maybe more just to be sure
2. 4 large eggs
3. 2/3 cup of shredded cheese
4. An oven
5. A few Bayer Aspirin to avoid a heart attack
Step 2: Weaving the Bacon
Okay so first things first preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's hot when we put the bacon in.
Now while were waiting for the oven it's time for the fun part, weaving the bacon ;D. I used 13 pieces of bacon but it all depends on how tightly you weave it.
To start, lay down 6 to 7 pieces of bacon horizontally, and make sure that there aren't any spaces in between.
Then, start weaving the next 6 to seven pieces. Do as I did in the picture and just weave over then under then over etc. and be sure to switch that pattern on the next piece to cause the "basket" effect.
Step 3: The Oven
Now, put the bakey blankey into the oven for 20 to 25 minutes. ( Mine was in for 22 minutes)
Step 4: The Eggs (optional!)
While the bacon is in the oven the eggs need to be cooked. This part is simple all you need to do is crack four eggs open, add a splash of milk, whisk, and scramble.
Step 5: Putting It Together
By now you should have all your eggs done, and the oven timer is probably about to go off. When it does, take the (now shrunken and brown) bacon out of the oven. Then, dump all the eggs out onto the bacon and spread them around evenly. Do the same with the 2/3 cup of shredded cheese. Now, roll it all up and put some toothpicks into it to keep it from unrolling.
After it's all rolled up throw it back into the oven for another 3 to 5 minutes.
Step 6: The Final Bacon Masterpiece
Now for the final product ;)
After the 3 to 5 minutes in the oven, your bacon roll is done. Quickly remove it from the oven and take out the toothpicks.
All there is to do now is cut it and OM-NOM-NOM!