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Chicken & Bacon Wraps

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This is a very simple and totally yummy appetizer that is great for any get-together.

Ingredients

  • 3 pieces Chicken Breasts, Cut Into Bite-Sized Peices
  • 10 pieces Bacon, Cut In Half
  • ½ cups Brown Sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons Chili Powder
  • 3 Tablespoons Dijon Mustard

Preparation

Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

Mix brown sugar and chili powder into a small bowl. Put dijon mustard in a small bowl.

Roll each chicken piece into the dijon mustard. Wrap a bacon piece around the chicken, then secure with a toothpick. Roll the chicken around in the brown sugar and chili powder mixture. Make sure to cover it well. Put each completed piece on a broiling pan. Once you have finished all of them, bake for about 25 minutes or until the chicken is done and the bacon is nice and brown.

Expect a little smoke to come from the bacon grease dripping into the broiler pan …. no biggie though. These are great! The kids loved them too, even the picky eaters. :-) I am sure you could dip them in a lot of different dips. I served them alone and they were good like that too!

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lizlady68 on 9.17.2010

I have made this alot and it is always great, given the recipe to my mother in law and she loves it…. really a keeper. thanks, Liz

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lovehandleschick on 2.28.2010

I’ve made them three times, once with regular chicken breast and another time with chicken wings minue the bacon. LOVE IT! You are a genius!

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mrsw on 2.8.2010

Yum! Made these to eat with the big game and what a hit they were! In fact I had no leftovers to bring with me to work today! Guess I will just have to make more!

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Cookie Momster on 1.31.2010

Made these the other night. Decided to use italian dressing in place of the mustard (I do not like mustard at all) They turned out wonderful – whole family loved them. Thanks!

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radiologyrn on 1.31.2010

I made these last night. They were great! My husband loved them and kept asking what the secret ingredient was. Good, easy recipe; it’s a keeper.

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Cookie Momster on 10.28.2011

These are awesome. I have been asked for this recipe everytime I make these. I dip them in italian dressing (not a fan of mustard) and they turn out great – kid approved too!

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the Tomboy Femme on 8.21.2011

Super easy to make and a big hit at the potluck I brought them to. My only tip: be sure to place them upright like little cylinders so the chicken juice/grease can drip out and not pool in the bacon “tube.” It didn’t taste bad but it was somewhat unsightly. Otherwise, these are awesome and I fully intend on making them again, and playing around with different seasonings!

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mrsw on 2.13.2011

Yum! Made these in combination with some bacon wrapped lil’ smokies for our Super Bowl party! What a big hit they were! Thanks for sharing!

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