How to Bake the Perfect Bacon Roses

How to Bake the Perfect Bacon Roses

How to Make Delicious Bacon Roses! Hi, Guys, I’m Kristen and Welcome to Studio
Knit! For a fun little bonus video, I thought I
would show you how I perfected the really clever Bacon Roses seen on Pinterest with
a couple extra special touches I devised. With Father’s Day upon us, I guarantee you
this is a sure-fired HIT with the men in your life. The ingredients is BACON and Brown Sugar.
I am using 40% less fat bacon. I wanted to make sure the bacon was fatty enough for the
swirl of color, but keep it as healthy as possible. Then we also use wood skewers and
toothpicks. Set your oven to 375 degrees fahrenheit. Begin by threading your bacon though your
skewer on one end, then roll up tightly about one-third of the way of your bacon strip. Now, here’s my special twist to really help
our Bacon Roses look like Roses. We simply twist our bacon strip counter-clockwise. You’ll
see that by twisting our bacon, the rose petals are formed creating little points. Then secure with a tooth pick or two on the
bottom of your rose. Continue rolling the rest of your bacon roses, then place them
in a muffin tin. This is my favorite way to bake them. Your Rose Buds remain standing
upward and they enjoy baking in their own yummy juices. Oh, one more special ingredient
is to sprinkle them with a pinch of brown sugar. The sugar crystalizes and melts into
your bacon. This makes them extra delicious and sweet, just like a Rose! Then bake for
20 minutes! Oh, I made Bacon Roses this past Valentine’s
Day for my boyfriend and look… now we are engaged! I’m telling you, Bacon Roses are
magical! So, once they have cooled, place them on your
skewers and create your bouquet. I like using mason and milk jars as my vases. I hope you enjoyed my first little cooking
video and are inspired to whip up some Bacon Roses yourself. Thank you so much for watching Studio Knit!
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23 thoughts on “How to Bake the Perfect Bacon Roses

  • I love this idea!! But i would end up eating them instead… Lol!! I've known my boyfriend for 21 years now, been together for 8 years but still not engaged. If I try this, does it come with a guaranteed engagement??

  • What temperature do you bake these at? I put the bacon in the tins and had no idea what temperature to bake them at! HAHAHAHA

  • i saw those and made them for my hubby…now he is always asking (make me roses
    honey) his friends are so jealous that their wifes will not make them bacon roses..
    now they come over when they want some)ย  thank you for making me the coolest wife
    of the gang :)…

  • Im trying this today and i put my skerwers in a tinfoil box, added some green food colouring and put it in the oven at about 150-200F. Left them for about 10 mins (tried soaking in green water over night and failed) … but when i took them out of the oven they were a perfect green. Just a neat at home trick or on a budget, I've seen some places recommend buying a whole stem peice. For the bottom Im cutting the bottom of a jalapeno ( other half loves them) into a star for a flower base.
    Happy Corrporate love day guys ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Do you know how long they are good for? Like can I bake them at night and give it to someone the following night? Should I leave them in the fridge? I guess so, right?

  • These were amazing! I used thick cut bacon so they took forever to cook but they looked and tasted amazing! Thanks for the video!

  • Very well done!! Giving these to my boyfriend tonight, letโ€™s see if I get that question popped too ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  • The audio in the video needs correcting. Her voice faded out of my left earphone every ten seconds or so that made watching the video mildly frustrating, but still delicious looking.

  • Mother's day is coming up and my mom LOVES bacon I think I'll do these for her….. THANK YOU…..

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