I'd happily roll myself in this while attempting to eat every bite.
Face it, bacon makes everything better and there is nothing quite like that salty, crispy manna from heaven to punch up the most mundane of flavors. When bacon collides with peanut butter, the results are unbelievable.
Today, I am starting a new public service, because, well, that's just the kind of guy that I am. You know little old me, I've always got your best interests at heart, just so long as they coincide with mine And so, without further ado, I bring you recipes that are simple, quick and easy; perfect for singles, students, stoners and lazy fucks like me. I know that f bomb was totally unnecessary, but that's okay, we (meaning me) talk a lot of shit around here.
My very first recipe for you is simple, easy and gluten free. The fact that it's beyond good is amazing and best of all, you'll only need six ingredients that virtually every single student, stoner and lazy fuck has lying around in their kitchen.
Peanut Butter and Bacon Cookies (Gluten Free)
Preheat your oven to 350
1 cup gluten free peanut butter (I like Skippy, it's damn Skippy!)
1 cup sugar or equivalent
1 large egg
1 tsp vanilla extract (don't cheap out, use the real stuff; the flavor makes a huge difference)
12 oz bacon, cooked crisp and crumbled (I usually use a pound, but I eat some of it)
2 tbsp bacon grease (just recycle some from the bacon pan)
That's it, six ingredients. No flour. There's absolutely nothing else to get between you and your bacon and peanut butter fix.
You can also add other variations, such as chocolate chips, peanut butter chips or whatever else your little heart desires, princess.
Now, mix that shit up. Mix it. Mix it real good.
You're going to need a cookie sheet. Do you even know where it is? Stoners, now is a good time to try and find one. ;)
Drop the dough, by rounded teaspoonfuls onto the cookie tray about two inches apart and then mash the cookies down with a fork, making the pound sign #.
Put the tray in the oven. Don't forget to close the door. Set the timer for ten minutes, pull out the tray and let them cool.
Repeat, as necessary.
If you want to be all extra fancy, you can dip the cookies in melted chocolate and/or garnish them with mini strips of bacon. Good stuff.
I had some pics of the process, but can't seem to find them anywhere. Oh, well. Next time I make some of these, I'll take some new pics and update this.
And now for some important stuff (I was going to type shit, but I didn't. You should be really fucking proud of me) that you really need to know about bacon:
Bacon is supposed to be unhealthy:
Yet somehow it's nourishing. I like that explanation better.
There are all kinds of wonderful things that you can do with bacon. Some wonderful examples include apple pie:
Apple Pie recipe is excerpted from Desserts from the Famous Loveless Cafe cookbook and is available here: http://www.lovelesscafe.com/recipes/bacon-apple-pie/
The Bacon Weave Breakfast Taco
Bacon Guinness Chocolate Pancakes
Bacon and Egg Cupcakes
The 'Merica Burger
Mac & Cheese:
Mac And Cheese BaconWeave Taco
Chocolate Bacon Pecan Pie with Chocolate Whipped Cream
I have yet to find these in any store and have no idea what they taste like. I don't think they really exist.
A limited time offering that is only available at Wal-Mart. A can full of true deliciousness.
Bacon S'mores? Yes, Please!
As if the idea of a bacon soda wasn't weird enough, they also feature flavors such as Buffalo Wing, Sweet Corn, Coffee, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Pumpkin Pie and Ranch Dressing (shudders)
And finally, Tacos:
The Bacon Weave Taco
It's bacon, ffs, how can you go wrong?