Honey Bacon Potato Pops

Today is our gathering of the communal table for Thanksgiving for the FN Dish on Food Network. Please take a moment when you are done reading this post to visit the other links below and enjoy other dishes at our communal table. To follow along on Twitter please use the hashtag #PullUpAChair. You may also join in by having a look at our communal table on Pinterest. My recipe for Honey Bacon Potato Pops is below.

Thanksgiving is a time of togetherness, family, and the season that prepares us for Christmas. Fall is my favorite season of the year! The trees change colors, everyone is cooking or baking, and the air is busy with cheer. The pumpkin, which is a super squash, decorates yards with a multitude of colors and scarecrows dance in the wind! Most of all, I love the Macy’s Day Parade! I love picking out my favorites and feeling like a kid again with my teenagers. It is very important to always have a bit of kid left in you.

I hope you will all #PullUpAChair and enjoy my appetizer recipe for Honey Bacon Potato Pops. These are perfect to munch on while waiting on the turkey. Please feel free to leave me a link in the comments to your favorite Thanksgiving dish.

honey bacon potato pops

 

Honey Bacon Potato Pops

Total Time: 1 hour

Honey Bacon Potato Pops

Ingredients

1 bag mini red potatoes, fingerling potatoes, or small yellow potatoes
2 oz. honey
6 strips of bacon; uncooked and cut into thirds
Popsicle sticks
Toothpicks

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Soak bacon in honey and wrap over potatoes. Secure bacon with toothpicks.

Bake until potatoes are tender and bacon is cooked. Pull them from the oven and remove toothpick; add lollipop stick. Careful not to break potato. Drizzle potatoes with honey and serve warm.

http://mooshujenne.com/honey-bacon-potato-pops/

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Comments

  1. Anita says

    Sorry but my honey ended up sticking to the pan and burning on the bottom. :-( How would I prevent this in the future?

  2. says

    Honey melted into bottom of pan and burned causing a lot of smoke and burned bacon. Any way to prevent this in the future? Maybe line pan with foil?

    • Jenne says

      I had them in a glass dish and the bacon was not pre-cooked. The honey is drizzled over the top of the potatoes. I did not get much on the glass dish so there was no burning on my end, Ovens can run at different temperatures so I would suggest lowering your temp and less honey making sure to get it just on the potatoes. I would not line it with foil as it would stick even worse. If you feel you need to line it I would use parchment paper.

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