Bacon crackers

We are having a very-high powered meeting this afternoon with a possible collaborator on our pallet project. Since it is our custom to serve light cocktails by the dock door on sunny 80-degree days, we needed a suitable accompaniment. And it is Bacon Wednesday. So we will be serving bacon crackers.

I’ll just get right to the recipe since I know you will want to make this immediately. Immediately!

Bacon crackers

Club crackers

Bacon

Set the oven to 250 degrees. Cut the bacon into strips that will wrap once around each cracker. Wrap the bacon tightly around the crackers and place on a wire rack over a cookie sheet covered in aluminum foil. Bake the crackers for about two hours or until the bacon is golden brown and crispy.

Make a lot. You will be tempted not to share.

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