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Maple Bacon Pop-Tarts Are Finally Here

Maple Bacon Pop-Tarts Are Finally Here

Limited-edition flavor features a maple and bacon filling, topped with bacon-flavored bits

Other new pop tart flavors include Chocolatey Caramel and Frosted Watermelon.

The wait is over for Pop-Tart fans who want a taste of the sweet, salty goodness that is Pop-Tarts’ new Maple Bacon flavor. This limited-edition offering features a regular Pop-Tarts pastry shell with a maple and bacon filling, according to Brand Eating. On its website, Pop-Tarts says, “These magical Pop-Tarts® taste like breakfast made on the griddle.”

Other new Pop-Tarts flavors include Chocolatey Caramel and Frosted Watermelon. Chocolatey Caramel features a chocolate crust and is filled with caramel. It is topped with chocolate and caramel icing, and is a permanent addition to the line of Pop-Tarts flavors. Frosted Watermelon is another limited-edition offering, featuring a plain pastry shell with a watermelon-flavored filling. It is topped with pink and light green icing.

Delish reports two additional Pop-Tarts launches for 2016: Frosted Spring Strawberry and Pink Lemonade.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


Maple Candied Bacon

Candy? Yes. Bacon? Umm, yes. Maple candied bacon? Good God, yes! And it&rsquos way easier to make than you might think, we promise. You basically just slather thick-cut bacon in maple syrup, sprinkle it with brown sugar and a hint of black pepper for a salty-sweet delight that elevates breakfast to an ohmygosh level. Use it as a garnish for your favorite brunch cocktail, crumble pieces of it over a salad or add it to a sandwich. Or hey, just enjoy it all on its own. Wake up and smell the (maple-candied) bacon.

Coarsely ground black pepper

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Line a baking sheet with aluminum foil and top with a roasting rack. Lightly spritz the rack with a nonstick spray. Lay out the bacon on the rack, leaving just a tiny bit of room between each piece.

2. Brush the bacon with the maple syrup and then sprinkle with the brown sugar. Top with a generous sprinkling of pepper.

3. Finally, bake until the sugar is melted and the bacon is crisp, about 15 to 17 minutes. Or if you&rsquore like is and prefer it a little extra crispy, feel free to leave it in a little longer. Let the bacon cool for 5 minutes before removing it from the rack and serving.


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