This recipe makes a light loaf of bread that’s full of all the delicious bacon, cheeses and butter you can get your hands on.
It’s a simple but delicious recipe and it’s packed with protein, fibre and carbs to keep you full all day.
This recipe can be made on your own, or it can be adapted to suit you.
First things first: get yourself some bacon.
The best way to prepare bacon is with a good, solid slab of bacon.
You can make a bacon-wrapped loaf of cheese on the stovetop or in the oven, but for this recipe, the bacon will be your main ingredient.
Next, get yourself a slice of bread.
You’ll want a slice that’s fairly thick, and a little bigger than your hand will allow.
It should also be well-browned and slightly crispy.
Once you’ve got your slices and bread ready, roll out the loaf of bacon on a large surface, but don’t overwork the dough.
You don’t want to make it too thin and it will dry out, and you’ll end up with something that’s a little flimsy.
Cut the bread into thirds, and place a third of the slices on the bottom.
Lay one slice of bacon over the top of the other slices, so that it’s touching the bacon.
Place the slices face down on the bread, just slightly apart.
Take a spoonful of the mixture and squeeze it onto the bread so that the bacon drips all over the bread.
Now add a third slice of cheese to the mix, and squeeze on a spoon to distribute the cheese across the bread and the bacon slices.
Add another spoonful to the mixture, and roll the cheese up.
Roll the loaf back up into thirds and place the remaining slices face-up.
Flatten the loaf out, so it looks like this.
Start making the filling: Make sure you have plenty of bacon grease.
Using your spatula, roll the bacon grease onto the slices of bread, making sure they’re touching all the way around.
If you’re using a pan, you can also dip the bacon in the grease to make sure it’s evenly distributed.
Place a spoon full of the bacon mixture onto the centre of each slice of sliced bread, then gently squeeze it down the centre, creating a well in the centre.
Sprinkle the mixture evenly on the top and sides of the bread with cheese.
Spread the filling evenly around the bread using your spoon, using the spatula to spread it over the slices.
Roll the bread back up to shape.
Top with a second layer of cheese and bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes, or until the top is golden brown.
Repeat with the second layer and a third.
Slice into wedges, serve, and enjoy.
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