Bacon Twist Breadsticks

by Kate on March 14, 2017

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I am one of those people that truly has a bread addiction. I could eat it at every meal and I don’t think I would ever get tired of it. While bread is pretty spectacular all on its own, there are so many incredible ways to up the ante where bread is concerned.

Dipping it in some olive oil with freshly cracked pepper is a great way to enjoy it or simply spreading some homemade Spiced Cranberry Pear Jam on a crusty piece of sourdough makes plain ol’ bread something extra special with barely any effort at all.

Bread gets taken to an epic level when you layer it with turkey, ham and swiss then pair it with sweet jam in my Monte Cristo Bread Recipe. Even day old bread can have new life breathed into it once you toss it with bananas, flaked coconut then pour an egg batter over it. Pop that in the oven and create this Coconut Banana Bread Pudding Recipe. Any number of ingredients can be transformed into a creative bread pudding recipe!

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Then there’s bacon and they say the bacon makes everything better. I don’t doubt that to be true. When paired with bread like in these Bacon Twist Breadsticks, bacon does indeed make it even better.

Here I made a fresh batch of pizza dough and wrapped bacon around each strip of dough. Once baked the dough becomes golden brown while the bacon becomes crisp and smoky. No time to wait around for dough to rise and looking for a quick option? Buy a ball of premade dough from the grocery or your corner pizzeria.

These breadsticks are great alongside a bowl of spicy chilly or served all by themselves as an appetizer on game day. No matter when you decided to enjoy this Bacon Twist Breadsticks recipe, I have no doubt you’ll agree they’re super tasty.

Enjoy!

~K

 

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