I see a lot of this fancy pull apart crap on Facebook so I figured I’d be a tool and do the same thing. Except with a simple modification of it being amazing. I can’t find an issue with having baconators stuffed inside bread, stuffed inside a cast iron skillet stuffed under mounds of cheese, beef and bacon… unless of course you’re weird. But I accept all types of people and you weird people will live much longer than me.
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Baconator Pull Apart Bread
250 Calories Per Ball Sack
Makes About 24 Ball Sacks
Prep: 20 minutes
1st Bake @ 400°F: 20 minutes
2nd Bake @ 400°F: 10 minutes
• Food Processor:
• Cast Iron Skillet:
• Parchment Paper / Wax Paper
• 1 Lb 80/20 Ground Beef
• 1 Lb Bacon
• 1 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese
• Mozzarella / Cheddar Cheese Slices
• Pillsbury Biscuits (12 large cut in half)
• Salt & Pepper
• Vegetable Oil / Pam
1. Press out a pound of ground beef on to parchment paper and roll it out thin. You can lay another piece of parchment paper on top and use a rolling pin to get an even layer.
2. Then cut squares using a pizza cutter. We made ours roughly 1″ squares, but we trimmed after anyway.
3. Cook down a pound of bacon.
4. Smash out the biscuit and layer with cheese, beef square, cheese, bacon square, beef square, bacon square and then top with ketchup.
5. Once you get roughly 24 of these things full, fold them up into ball sacks and place in a greased cast iron skillet
6. Bake for 20 minutes at 400°F.
7. With your remaining beef and bacon, grind it up in a food processor.
8. Top your cast iron pan with roughly 1/4 cup of cheese, the rest of your beef & bacon and then top with another 1/4 cup of cheese.
9. Bake for 10 minutes at 400°F.
10. Serve with a side of mayonnaise and ketchup to keep things traditional.
Serving Size 1 Ball Sack
Total Fat 15g
Total Carbs 15g
Dietary Fiber 1g
Disclaimer: Nutrition Facts are estimated through MyFitnessPal and should act as a general guideline. It does not represent any actual facts.
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