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Cheesy Bacon Bombs Tailgate Recipe

cheesy-bacon-bombsAnother week down, another glorious bacon tailgate recipe. Up this week we have Cheesy Bacon Bombs — bacon wrapped balls of dough filled with cheese and deep fried. You’re welcome, America.

Recipe Stats

Total Time: 30 minutes

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Servings: 32

Ingredients
  • 1 can (8 count) Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuits
  • 1 16 oz block of mozzerrella cheese (cut into 1″ cubes)
  • 32 slices of bacon
  • 4-inch skewer sticks
  • Canola oil for frying
Directions
    1. Cube up cheese into 32 pieces.
    2. Cut each biscuit into quarters.
    3. Place one piece of cheese inside a biscuit quarter and roll it up tight.
    4. Wrap each cheese-filled biscuit ball in a slice of bacon; secure with a skewer.
    5. In a medium/large pot, heat up at least 2-inches of canola oil to 350 degrees.
    6. Fry the cheesy bacon bombs in small batches (no more than 3 at a time).
    7. Remove bombs from oil when the bacon is crispy and the biscuit is golden brown.
    8. Place finished bombs on a plate lined with paper towels to drain.
    9. Serve warm and enjoy!

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3 Comments Bacon  //  Grilling & Tailgating
  • Christelle

    What can be a good alternative for the Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers Biscuit? We don’t have that here and I don’t know what it’s like so I can’t think of a good alternative. :(

    • Betsy

      You can make your own biscuit dough from scratch, which only takes minutes. The most basic recipe for biscuits has only about 5 ingredients. You can also use Bisquick biscuit dough.

  • Rose Wrigley

    I’ve used cresent rolls before and they still came out good, the only thing I do different is to “par” cook the bacon, then I bake them, I don’t deep fry them. they come out a lot better!

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