Candied Bacon Waffle Cookies!

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Introduction: Candied Bacon Waffle Cookies!

Step One-The Bacon

Place bacon on a wire rack on a sheet tray, I suggest placing parchment paper underneath.
Sprinkle with brown sugar and bake at 350' for ten minutes, then flip over and sprinkle more brown sugar on the opposite side, then continue baking until crispy.

Step Two-The Cookies

3C. all purpose flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
14 Tbs butter
1 1/4C. granulated sugar
2 eggs
3/4C. buttermilk
1 Tbs vanilla extract
 
Mix all ingredients in an electric mixture on medium speed until well combined.
The dough will resemble a thick cake batter.

Step Four-Baking

Using a standard waffle maker (preheated) drop batter in large spoonfuls and sprinkle with crumbled bacon, bake in waffle maker until golden brown. Once baked, remove and allow to cool. sprinkle with powdered sugar and even more bacon! 

Enjoy

Step 1: The Bacon!!!

Step 2: The Cookies

Step 3: Baking

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    9 Discussions

    Oooh, ahhhh! Reposted on Pinterest -- I want to credit you -- how would you like your name to appear? You may write me AT verizon DOT net -- I can't wait to get someone to make these for me.

    Great photos, thanks, helps a lot to see how much brown sugar.

    Candied Bacon Waffle Cookies  <--Pinterest URL

    I do not have a waffle iron, but I want to make these so bad. Can I make them like pancakes, or will that not work?

    3 replies

    This was actually a regular cookie recipe before I chose to cook them in the waffle iron, so you can cook them at 350 for about 17 minutes just like a regular cookie. I've never tried them like pancakes, the dough comes out more like a thick batter though, so it may work.

    I am totally going to try this then. I'll let you know how it works haha.

    They are sweeter than regular waffles, and they have a denser texture so they feel more like cookies too.