As the summer BBQ season is getting ready to kick off and can’t help shedding a single tear for the lack of bacon. With people leaving their kitchen and heading to the back yard bacon gets left in the fridge.

It’s not that people eat less bacon in the summer, it’s because the traditional cook out food is prepared on a grill or over an open fire. Hot dogs, BBQ chicken, and burgers take main stage and the only time you find any bacon is when your crazy aunt makes her bacon potato salad.

That’s just not good enough. Here at MrBaconpants.com we have devoted countless minutes coming up with a way to make bacon the star of the backyard cookout, and I think we might have done it.

The Heart Attack Snack

Items needed:

  • Eggs
  • Mayonnaise
  • Bacon
  • Kabob sticks
  1. First hard boil the eggs. (As many as you want, have fun with it.) When done, peel the eggs making sure to remove all the bits of shell.
  2. You will now need to cook the bacon. Place bacon in skillet on low heat. (You will need about 1 strip per egg.) Cook the bacon until it very crispy. When the bacon is done carefully remove it from the pan and let it cool on some paper towels to absorb the grease. When bacon is cool crumble it in to small pieces.
  3. Put the eggs on the kabob sticks so they resemble a lollipop.
  4. Coat the eggs with a layer of mayonnaise.
  5. Roll the mayo covered egg in the bacon crumbles completely incasing the egg in bacon.
  6. Enjoy the Heart Attack Snack!!!!!

This simple snack is about to be seen at every BBQ from New York to California. Move over macaroni salad, potato chips, and bug juice and make room for bacon!!

By Sean Brett

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9 Responses to The Heart Attack Snack

  1. Heather says:

    This is a really excellent idea.

  2. Mosley says:

    Its a yummy one too 😉 I just wish the bacon stuck to the egg better. I will post a link to some fan made variations tomorrow!

  3. Aaron says:

    Yay! I think the only way to really improve this is to serve it on a nice bed of lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, etc.

    Or better yet, put two or three of them over a bowl of vermicelli rice noodles (Bun) with lettuce, carrots, crushed peanuts, lemongrass, and scallions. It’s a great summer meal! Usually you’d add a mixture of fish sauce, sake and soy, but I’m sure it’d be fine without! I’d probably throw in some pineapple and tomato just because they’d be awesome with the mayo and bacon.

  4. Aaron says:

    Hey, here’s the answer to grilling bacon outside!

  5. Aaron says:

    whoa.. that link didn’t work so well..

  6. Mosley says:

    I fixed it for you Aaron!

  7. Yeags says:

    I’ve died and gone to heaven! That looks so good!

  8. Tom says:

    Try our country sliced bacon grilled outside, you won’t beleive
    how great it is , eat plain our top a burger!!!! Enjoy

  9. Big Jim says:

    I wonder if you could do that with marshmellows? You’re welcome.

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