Bacon Wrapped String Beans

You know fried String Beans? This lighter crowd pleasing alternative is a no carb, Whole30 and Weight Watchers inspired appetizer! A perfect start for a winning super bowl! (Also GREAT with pickles – similar to fried pickles!)

Brine Street Picklery - Zing Beans

Stryker Farm - Dry Rubbed Bacon

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Small Batch Kitchen - Roasted Garlic Mustard

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Brine Street Picklery - Dem Spicy Spears – optional

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You know fried String Beans? This lighter crowd pleasing alternative is a no carb, Whole30 and Weight Watchers inspired appetizer! A perfect start for a winning super bowl! (Also GREAT with pickles – similar to fried pickles!)

TOTAL TIME: 15-25 minutes
PREP: 15
LEVEL: Easy
YIELD: 4 Servings

INGREDIENTS
I Jar Brine Street Picklery – Zing Beans
Brine Street Picklery – Dem Spicy Spears
1 Package Stryker Farm – Dry Rubbed Bacon
1 Jar Small Batch Kitchen – Roasted Garlic Mustard (optional)

DIRECTIONS
1. Preheat oven to 425°.
2. Strain string beans.
3. Gather bunches of 4-6 (really your choice if you like more bacon or vinegar flavor)
4. Unpack bacon and lightly spread small batch kitchen garlic mustard spread on bacon strips
5. wrap one slice of bacon around each group of beans
6. Place the bacon wrapped beans on a baking sheet, seam side-down.
7. Bake until bacon is fully cooked, 12-17 minutes
8. Turn halfway if needed

DIRECTIONS – Baked Bacon Pickle Fries version
1. Preheat oven to 425°
2. Strain pickles
3. Slice each pickle spear in half
4. Unpack bacon and lightly spread small batch kitchen garlic mustard spread on bacon strips
5. wrap one slice of bacon around each spear
6. Place the bacon wrapped spears on a baking sheet, seam side-down.
7. Bake until bacon is fully cooked, 12-17 minutes
8. Turn halfway if needed

Additional information

Stryker Farm - Dry Rubbed Bacon

Type

Center-Cut Slices, Slab

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