Frosted Bacon

Frosted Bacon

While traveling in New England I was lucky to find a treasure at the Rt28 Diner in South Yarmouth, MA. This tiny diner along Rt28 is a gem and the food was excellent. I was especially impressed with one side dish in particular, the frosted bacon. Combining the salty bacon and the sweetness of the frosting makes for an extra special breakfast treat.

I decided to try and duplicate their frosted bacon and viola! Perfect! This was too easy and I’m surprised I haven’t thought of this myself being that I’m always going back and forth between salty and sweet food.  I’m sharing the recipe with you because I know most of us just can’t hop in the car and head to Massachusetts.  Enjoy this along with your breakfast or alone, either way you will be able to experience the treasure I found right at home.


1 pound of bacon

1 1/4 cup confectioners’ sugar

3 tablespoons whole milk

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract


Fry bacon on stove top until you reach your desired crispiness

While bacon is frying prepare the frosting

In a medium size bowl add the confectioners’ sugar

Add the 3 tablespoons of whole milk to the sugar

Combine together

Add the 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract to the sugar and milk mixture

Mix well

Set aside

Line a plate with a paper towel

Remove bacon from fry pan and transfer to paper towel lined plate- to absorb excess grease

Transfer the bacon to a serving plate, laying each piece flat

Drizzle with the frosting


frosted bacon

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