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How to make BACON Roses [PHOTOS]

Please don’t bring me flowers…

What you need to make bacon roses:
24 strips of bacon (I prefer thick cut)
24 toothpicks (soaked in water)
24 long skewers
4 disposable muffin tins (6 compartments each)
Vase or tissue paper and ribbon
Paper towels
Hammer and nail

BACON Roses (how to make) Step 1
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Poke holes in muffin pan bottoms (for draining).
Place muffin pans on a baking sheet covered with foil to catch grease.

BACON Roses (how to make) Step 2
Roll individual bacon slices into “rose” shapes.

BACON Roses (how to make) Step 3
Secure with toothpicks and place one each into muffin tins.

BACON Roses (how to make) Step 6
Bake until nicely cooked (depends on your oven).

BACON Roses (how to make) Step 5
Transfer to paper towels to drain.
Gently remove toothpicks and replace (in same hole) with long skewers.

BACON Roses! (How to make) Step 6
Present in a vase or bouquet to the pork lover(s) in your life.

BACON Roses!
If you have a dog, please consider sharing at least one bacon rose!

All my BACON photos on Flickr

Link to Sarah Tisdale’s Bacon Broquet (where I first saw the idea!)

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