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Old 11-25-2020, 06:29 AM   #16
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OK John, You have found another way for the Brethren to be inspired, only question I have is time and temp?
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Nice,..... years ago, I read and tried bacon wrapped fig newtons topped with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. They were called Pig Newtons... it was good.

Would you do it again? I'm intrigued by the thought because I like Fig Newtons.


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Saw a post on a Farkbook group the other day on bacon wrapped Honey Buns.

Had some stuff on the smoker today, so why not?

Started off innocently enough with a visit with Little Debbie.

Wow!
This was not what I expected.
Soft and pillowy on the inside, the bacon candied from the glaze on the honey bun.

Ridiculous

Another must try.


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Old 11-25-2020, 08:04 AM   #18
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OK John, You have found another way for the Brethren to be inspired, only question I have is time and temp?

Smoker was running at ~275F. They cooked until the bacon was done
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Old 11-25-2020, 08:31 AM   #19
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Never bacon wrapped them, but I have grilled them many times. Also have put them on the flat top with a little butter and grilled them up like french toast.

This is my all time favorite though.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmQNHIP1RE0
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My favorite is Kevin Gillespie's honey bun bread pudding. We skip the peanut butter whiskey sauce because even though it sounds delicious, it isn't.

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Why not?
We all love bacon with pancakes/waffles with sugary syrup.
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Would you do it again? I'm intrigued by the thought because I like Fig Newtons.





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