We fully support healthy eating. And to do that, you need to eat your veggies. So to help you get more produce in your diet, we’ve made a list of the top veggies you might want to try – wrapped in bacon, of course!
Because while veggies are fine on their own, they’re so much more enticing when wrapped in bacon.
Asparagus. Asparagus lend themselves perfectly to wrapping in bacon with their long, thin shape.
Brussels Sprouts. Brussels sprouts are the new kale, which is perfect because they’re easier to wrap in bacon than the leafy green. We absolutely love these skewers for grilling season!
Green Beans. Green beans are too small to wrap individually, but you can take a bunch and turn them into cute little bundles that will look amazing on any tablescape.
Carrots. Carrots. With a maple glaze. Absolutely gorgeous! Use our Maple Flavor Bacon to infuse extra flavor.
Jalapenos. Sure, you could simply wrap some jalapenos in bacon. Or you could fill them with cream cheese and make a healthier, low-carb jalapeno popper.
Zucchini. Most of the time, veggies are a side dish. This bacon-wrapped stuffed zucchini is hearty enough to be the main course!
Onions. You’re not wrapping a whole onion in bacon – you’re separating layers and basically making bacon-wrapped onion rings! It’s the perfect bacon-to-onion ratio.
Potatoes. I guess potatoes aren’t technically vegetables, but they can be paired with bacon a million different ways so they deserve to be on the list. If you want a quick and easy bacon wrapped potato, try them in tot form!
Sweet Potatoes. This could be a great tribute to Thanksgiving. Wrap some sweet potato chunks in maple flavor bacon, roast them in the oven, and drizzle with maple syrup prior to serving.
Corn. Hello, summer! Corn on the cob is everyone’s favorite seasonal veggie; make it next-level with this bacon-wrapping technique.
With hickory smoked, dry cured, maple flavor, and pepper crust, Fletcher’s has the perfect bacon to pair with every veggie. Which one are you going to try first?