Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a coulple of cookie sheets with foil. Use the whole pound lay them in single rows. Bake them for 15 min. You don't even have to turn them over. No Mess, No Fuss. Let them cool. Put in refrig. in ziplock bag. Heat in microwave. So good! Bacon for a week.
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The basic breakfast of eggs, bacon, and cheese can be presented so that it appears to be quite different meals. Chop up your veggies and bacon and heat in skillet, pour over the scrambled eggs, put lid on top, put on low for 20 mins is a fritata. Add cheese at the end of cooking. Or line a muffin tin with cooked strip of bacon, add the scrambled eggs, bake for 20 mins at 400 -- now you have a breakfast muffin. Top with cheese. Or keep it simple and just scramble the eggs and bacon
I like to get up before everyone to plan ahead meals. Sometimes I have to go to meetings.Maybe just watch the local news on TV.Breakfast is the one meal I don't have to cook,During the week ,just on weekends.I'll eat3slices only of bacon .My husband brings me Bacon every weekend.I always ask him ,Why?Becauce he knows I'm trying to eat healthy.Bacon dose taste so good.During the week we usually eat ,cold cereal,corn flakes.
Besides being in the kitchen cooking I like to get out of the kitchen's get some fresh air like to walk to visit my mother's house on a warm sunny dash always finds something for me to dose live 3miles from were I lively videos are ok on rainy days,I think they can be boring.
If you don't like the fake bits, or the fatty ones, cook up a batch of turkey bacon and grind it up. It keeps great in the freezer and even if you don't like the taste of turkey bacon over regular bacon, in bits sprinkled on salads and such they're pretty tasty!
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