Maple Bacon Crack
Maple Bacon Crack is an irresistible crack recipe that offers a sweet, Smokey and savory twist! Whip this up for a snack or bring to your holiday events. There is never a wrong time or season to make this maple bacon crack recipe.
What can I say other than I love CRACK!! Haha I have made so many crack recipes, I think my kids may start telling their friends that their mom makes crack all the time. But seriously before you all report me, check out all of my other crack recipes, I think you will love them all!
Maple Bacon Crack
My crack recipes are usually all sweet. This maple bacon crack is the first savory and sweet crack recipe I have made and let me tell you it is delicious!!!
I think most of us are sold after the word bacon. This bacon is not just ordinary bacon. It is bacon that has been baked with brown sugar and sweet maple syrup. Yes, I may have died and gone to heaven! It is incredible!
Sweet and Savory Crack Recipe
This will undoubtedly be the hit of any party! It is super easy to make too. Much easier than my regular crack recipes. This is a perfect one to get started with.
What is the Best Bacon To Use
You can use any of your favorite bacon that you buy regularly. I don’t think a peppered would taste that great, but it could! So whether you go to a butcher or store just buy whatever you and your family enjoy.
Can I Substitute Saltines in Maple Bacon Crack
Of course! You could reach for any salted plain cracker. Townhouse is a good one, or even a club, it offers a buttery flavor. Or use a canned crescent roll and lay it out and flatten it, and then pile on the mixture. Bake until your dough is cooked.
How to Store Bacon Snack Crack
Because of the Bacon you will want to Store any leftovers in the fridge. If you don’t it will go bad rather fast. Just place in an airtight container and store 3-4 days in the fridge.
You can then eat this chilled or warm it up. We generally just eat cold once it chills off. You can also allow it to sit on the counter to reach room temperature for serving.
Do You Use Pancake Syrup or Real Maple Syrup
Real maple syrup is key. You will gain so much incredible flavor when you use real maple syrup. You have to remember that pancake syrup is not really the same thing as maple syrup and you would get a different flavor outcome.
When To Serve Maple Bacon Crack
Serve this anytime of year for any occasion! Let me help give you some ideas.
- Birthday parties for snacking
- Holiday gatherings
- Snack for work week
- Summer cookout snack
- Movie night treat
- Or any other occasion
Why Is It Called Maple Bacon Crack
You will find a people say this is highly addictive to eat, hence the name Crack. Also, you crack the pan up with a knife or your hand to break the mix into bite size pieces.
If you love sweet and savory together and are a fan of bacon, this crack recipe might win you over. I know my kids and husband show a lot of excitement when they see me whipping this up. Give it a try today!
Maple Bacon Crack
This maple bacon crack is a savory and sweet crack recipe.
- 1 lb. Bacon
- 24 Saltine Carckers
- ½ Cup Maple Syrup
- ¾ Cup Brown Sugar
- Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Prepare a baking sheet by spraying it with non stick spray.
- Cook your bacon to about 1/2 - 3/4 of the way fully cooked. You will be finishing off cooking it as it bakes in the oven, so you don't want to over cook it. You do want the end result to be a bit on the crispy side so I cooked mine to about 3/4 of the way in advance.
- Line up saltines on your baking sheet. About 4 rows of 6 across.
- Drizzle 1/4 cup of the maple syrup over the top of the saltines.
- Sprinkle 1/4 cup of the brown sugar over top of the saltines and maple syrup.
- Sprinkle all of the bacon across the top, completely covering the saltines.
- Drizzle the remaining maple syrup over the top of the bacon.
- Sprinkle the remainder of brown sugar over the top of it all.
- Bake for about 25 minutes. The maple syrup should be bubbling around and the brown sugar will be partially melted.
- Remove from the oven and let cool before cutting into pieces.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 407Saturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 37mgSodium: 474mgCarbohydrates: 41gSugar: 32gProtein: 8g
Highly recommend using a silicone baking sheet for this! I might have to throw out my pans.. forewarning