Impress Your Friends With This Simple Super Bowl Recipe
Sarah Scheu is here today to share one of her favorite game-day recipes with us. It’s cheap, easy, and absolutely delicious.
In this video, I'm making a cheap, easy, and delicious Super Bowl dish. This recipe has only three ingredients: little smokies, brown sugar, and bacon.
"It’s a simple recipe, but it’s always a hit."
All you have to do is take the bacon, stack it in strips, then cut it in thirds. Then you wrap the little smokies in bacon, secure it with a toothpick, and generously sprinkle the brown sugar on top. Then, throw it in the oven at 425 degrees for 10 minutes, flip them all over, then throw them back in the oven for another 10 minutes. When the brown sugar is bubbling, you’ll know it’s done. Check out what the final product will look like at 2:40 in the video above—try not to drool too much!
It’s a simple recipe, but it’s so delicious and it’s always a hit. It’s also a pretty inexpensive snack to make for a big group of people at your Super Bowl party.
If any of you make this recipe, let me know how much the people at your party liked it!
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