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Bacon Wrapped Pineapple Bites!

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This is my go-to appetizer dish to take anywhere and everywhere. I always double the recipe and it’s still the first one to be devoured at the party. These are addictive. You’ve been warned! =)

Ingredients

  • 1 pound Bacon
  • 1 can Chunked Pineapple (large Chunks)
  • ½ cups Brown Sugar

Preparation

Set your oven to 375F.

Cut the pound of bacon in half. Put the brown sugar in a shallow bowl. Take a half a slice of bacon and dredge it through the brown sugar. Put a chunk of pineapple on one end of the bacon slice and roll up. Secure with a toothpick.

I put a cookie cooling rack into a foil-lined jelly roll pan. Lay the bacon pineapple bundles onto the rack.

Bake for at least 25 minutes, or until the bacon looks brown and crispy. Sometimes I pop them under the broiler for the last few minutes just to get them really crisp. But watch out – the sugar will burn!

Try to wait for them to cool slighty – only because the tasty goodness will burn your lips if it’s too hot! Enjoy.

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Kristina Roman on 7.12.2017

Can these be prepped the night before then baked in the following AM?

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tracessarah on 11.14.2010

So good! Disappeared at my son’s 2nd birthday party!

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Laurie - Simply Scratch on 10.10.2010

Try these with fresh pineapple… you will just die!!

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ginalew on 8.4.2010

A friend of mind made these last night and they were gone in the blink of an eye. The next time one of us makes these, we will definately double the recipe.
They were amazing. Thanks Wendy for the recipe.

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alimc8 on 7.16.2010

SO good, made these for a casual party and everyone loved them! So simple yet so full of awesome!!

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terrilw on 2.27.2017

Totally addictive!! I cooked the bacon about a minute in the microwave before I dredged in brown sugar and wrapped the pineapple chunks. It reduced the oven cooking time to about 20 minutes and it crisped up nicely without the broiler.

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BCKelly on 7.12.2012

Absolutely amazing!! I get requests to serve these at parties all the time!

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luluakajennifer on 6.12.2012

I’m always asked to bring these to parties! They are gone within minutes. I can’t make enough of them! Who doesn’t love anything with bacon?

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Momizona on 4.15.2012

These were fantastic! I doubled and still ran out! I quartered the pound of bacon and it wrapped around the pineapple perfectly.

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luckyladybug78 on 4.22.2011

I took these to a party tonight and it was hilarious! I looked over and saw ALL of the men at the gathering standing around in a circle devouring these. Us gals were able to snag a few too! These were fantastic, this will be one of my “go to” party dishes.

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