Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bacon Cookies

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What happens when I’m bored and want to bake, all in one moment?  I rummage through the pantry.  I rummage through the fridge.  I ask myself, “Mrs. Tucker, what’s so weird that you’ve got to make it?”  (head’s up: some days grannies get so excited they revert to third-person)

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip BACON Cookies.  BAM!

I’m still not sure if I should be allowed to grandmother with such weirdness running through my culinary veins.

peanut butter chocolate chip bacon cookies!

I know lots of kiddies have peanut allergies and for those sweet pumpkins, I’m sorry, but I’ll have yours.

Want the OMGosh-That’s-So-Easy Recipe?  Read on…

OMT’s This Little Piggy Cookies:

* Make bacon.  Extra crispy.  Drain.  Cool.  Chop.

* Make favorite peanut butter cookie recipe (you could even cheat with a tub o’store bought.  Sandra Lee those badboys!).

* Incorporate two kinds of varying sizes of chocolate chips into your batter. Darker is better for these cookies.

* At this point in the cookie makin’, Mrs. Tucker licks the beaters, even if raw eggs are involved.  RISK-TAKER!  Although, I could never recommend that to you because of the salmonella danger.  Not all of us are blinded by sugar and butter.

* Roll batter into cookie balls. Place on cookie sheet. (follow recipe for a greased or ungreased cookie sheet)

* Poke small amounts of chopped bacon in cookie. Make sure dough covers the poked-in-bits.

* Make that peanut butter cookie design with a fork.

* Top with bacon. DO IT!

* Bake.

* Eat.

* SQUEEEEEEAL with delight, all the way home.

Bake on, my babies!


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  1. Hmmm…I have never thought to add bacon to peanut butter and chocolate. Sounds interesting.

  2. Carrie @ My Favorite Finds says

    I’ve seen this recipe on Pinterest, and I really want to try it. Your cookies look amazing! Thanks for sharing at Pinworthy Projects.

  3. This is quite interesting…bacon in a cookie?
    I’m sure my husband would love this and so I’m pinning the recipe because he’s a better baker than I am!!

    Stopping by from the Breaking Rules Party.


  4. LOL my sons would eat those up! 🙂

  5. Lisa Ehrman says

    Oh, my daughter would love these!!!! Nice to meet you on the Sunday link party!

  6. Geez I hope my hubby doesn’t see this recipe lol ! Thanks for joining us at the Let’s Get Social Sunday link party. Have a wonderful Sunday 🙂

  7. I sent this to my daughter — she loves all things bacon and then some!

  8. Carrie This Home says

    These sound so good! I love the sweet and salty flavors mixed into one! I’m stopping by from Frugal Crafty Home Blog Hop–thanks so much for linking up!

  9. OH MY GOSH. These cookies look amazing. I am such a fan of sweet and salty together; I ate a bacon and popcorn sundae once with salted bourbon caramel sauce… it, uh, kinda went over-the-top. But these cookies sound perfect. I love your blog. It’s pretty darn cool. Can’t wait to read more of your posts!

    • Mrs. Tucker says

      One of the first comments I’ve read this morning and BAM! “pretty darn cool”! Thanks for such a fun start to the day and the cookies…so good.

  10. MariaElena says

    What a fun way to make cookies! I have a new weekly link party which is live now and I would love if you stop by and link up this wonderful post! Hope to see you there! Hugs, Maria

  11. oh. my. goodness!! this sounds deelish!

  12. Oh my gosh. My son would love these. Thanks so much for sharing with Wednesday’s Adorned From Above Blog Hop.
    Have a great week.
    Debi and Charly

  13. Love this! A new Linking Party begins THIS Saturday over at and we would love if you would link this up there on Sat! Thanks! Here’s the link:

  14. Mrs. Tucker,

    Sue here from t2 women here to,thank you for linking with us this past Sat in One Sharendipity Place’s first link-up party. I haven’t tried your cookies yet, but I definitely plan to!! 🙂

    Thanks again! Sue


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