Bacon Wrapped Smokies

Appetizers · Recipes · October 20, 2017

Bacon Wrapped Lil' Smokies that are pure heaven! We make these for all our parties!

This next appetizer is one that was introduced to us years ago by my sister-in-law, Kristi. I remember having them for the first time and thinking that they were beyond delicious. If I remember correctly I had about 10 of them. They are just that good! Since then we have made these Bacon Wrapped Smokies (aka Brown Sugar Smokies) for almost every big family get together. We actually had them at our Annual White Elephant Exchange last week and they were the first thing gone. Our whole family has become addicted!

Not only are these little smokies wrapped in bacon delicious, but they’re simple! Just three ingredients are needed for this amazing appetizer – smokies, brown sugar and bacon (all yummy!) Usually when appetizers are involved, parties are being thrown so it’s nice to have an easy appetizer that is quick and perfect for these get togethers.

Bacon Wrapped Smokies

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I’m thinking these smokies will be perfect for New Years with the rest of the appetizers we’ll be chowing down that night before the New Years Resolutions start. If you haven’t had these bad boys before, I highly recommend them. I think you’ll find they’re quite amazing. 😉

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How to make Bacon Wrapped Smokies:

Brown Sugar Smokies
 
Brown Sugar and Bacon wrapped Smokies are an all-time favorite appetizer. They're simple, quick, addicting and perfect for parties!
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Ingredients
  • 1 - 14 oz. package Lil' Smokies
  • 1 lb. bacon, cut in thirds
  • ½ cup - ¾ cup brown sugar
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 325.
  2. Wrap each smokie with a piece of bacon. Secure bacon in place with a toothpick.
  3. Place smokies on a baking sheet lined with foil.
  4. Sprinkle brown sugar over the smokies.
  5. Bake for 30-40 minutes.

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    tanya

    Well I’m convinced I need to try these! We always have snack night for dinner around the holidays and being the bacon loving family that we are, I suspect these we be the first thing to get eaten!

      Lil' Luna

      You will have to let me know how you like them. They are seriously SO good!

    Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust

    I think I would love these more than the crescent roll wrapped ones! YUM!

      Lil' Luna

      Oh man, I haven’t tried the crescent roll ones… better go find that recipe! 😉

    Pam

    We call these Pig Candy! Easy and delicious.

    M Dunbar

    A winter holiday gathering is not the same without these little meat candy pops. They are a labor of love.
    I bake them on a disposable broiler pan at 375 for 25 minutes. Using a baster to remove the fat and melted sugar, I then reapply the melted sugar and bake again for another 25 minutes. Repeat this process a few times until most of the fat is rendered off and you are left with a deliciously gooey meat candy.

    Cecilia

    Plan on taking this to a potluck party, They will sit out about 2 hrs by the time i make them and arrive. can they be eaten cold. Or is this a bad idea. plz help

      Lil' Luna

      They definitely taste better warm. You could keep them in a crock pot on the warm setting, so they don’t get cold or a low setting. Hope that helps!! They’ll be a hit!

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