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Chocolate Dipped Candied Bacon

Chocolate and bacon make everything taste better so why not combine these two to make this addictive ketogenic treat? It's is the perfect marriage: bittersweet dark chocolate with salty bacon and subtle maple tones. If you want to take this recipe to the next level, top the chocolate-dipped tips in roasted and roughly chopped pecans. Still not convinced? Just follow my video recipe and you'll see how easy it is to make this delicious keto treat! :-)

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Nutritional values (per slice):

1.1 grams 0.4 grams 3 grams 4.1 grams 2.8 grams 54 calories
Total Carbs1.6grams
Fiber0.4grams
Net Carbs1.1grams
Protein3grams
Fat4.1grams
of which Saturated2.8grams
Energy (calories)54kcal
Magnesium13mg (3% RDA)
Potassium55mg (3% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (8%), protein (22%), fat (70%)

Ingredients (makes 16 slices):

In this recipe, I used dark chocolate because it's low in sugar. If you prefer to use unsweetened chocolate, remember to add extra sweetener.

Instructions:

  1. Mix the brown sugar substitute (I used Sukrin Gold) and cinnamon.
  2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or baking mat. Lay the bacon strips next to each other. Sprinkle with half of the sweetener & cinnamon mix. If you cannot fit the bacon into one tray, use two like I did. Flip the bacon strips on the other side and sprinkle with the remaining mix. Place in the oven preheated to 275 F (135 C) and bake for 60-75 minutes or until crisp and caramelised.
  3. Meanwhile, melt the dark chocolate and cocoa butter.
  4. Once melted, add the maple extract. Set aside to cool down to room temperature.
  5. Remove the candied bacon from the oven and let it cool down completely before dipping in the chocolate. Dip half of each candied bacon strip in the chocolate or use a spoon to do it. Place on a tray lined with parchment paper and let the chocolate solidify at room temperature or in the fridge.
    Enjoy!

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Comments (5)

Good day, I cannot find a Brown Sugar substitute in South Africa. What else can I use? Thanks, Maryka

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Hi Maryka, you can use Erythritol instead (not sure if you can find it in SA) - see the list of ingredients.

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I love it! Will definitely try it - thanks!

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Thank you!

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O_O
I need this in my life...

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