This year, Santa wants Bacon, and to share that message, I’ve partnered with Farmland Bacon. This post is sponsored by Farmland, but all opinions are my own.
Bacon. I love bacon. Like… so much. But the problem is, I never get any bacon– my son always insists on stealing it from my plate. I’m pretty sure stealing bacon means he should end up on the naughty list… right? Luckily for him, Santa has offered a very great way to, well… improve your chances of not being on the naughty list. It’s easy– just give him bacon. That’s why this year, I have an idea so you don’t have to compromise between the traditional milk and cookies (yum) and what Santa really wants for Christmas– BACON (even yummier). Maple. Bacon. Pinata Cookies. That’s right– bacon filled cookies with a hint of maple flavor. I’m not joking. There’s a full slice of delicious Farmland bacon in every cookie.
This post has been sponsored by Farmland. All opinions are mine alone. Go Chiefs!
Can you believe it’s football season already? Now, I’ve been sharing some of my favorite tailgating recipes this fall, and trust me, this one is one you’ll want to add to the line up. When you’re cheering on the Kansas City Chiefs (or any of the other teams out there, but who’s paying attention to those, anyway? Ha!), you’ll love these Sweet Stuffed Pepper Bacon Bombs, but I also want to share a few of my favorite tailgating recipes from the Farmland Bacon Club, and tell you all about a really awesome sweepstakes from Farmland and the KC Chiefs that I know you’ll want to enter!
Summer… it’s the perfect time for campfires, grilling, and all things… well, summery. Growing up, we had these great summer dinners that were easy, no-mess, and delicious. The best part, of course, being that they were no-mess. Who really likes cleaning up after dinner when they could be enjoying an evening swim or lounging outside by a fire pit? I love foil dinners. They’re so versatile, whether you’re making them in the oven or on the grill, or even on that campfire. But I needed a new foil packet dinner to add into my repertoire, particularly one that had a few of my favorite things… like chicken, bacon, and mushrooms.