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Bacon Cashew Bark

This Bacon Cashew Bark may seem like something you’re afraid to try…but don’t be.

The combination of sweet and salty flavors make this a treat that is hard to resist, and one that makes it stand out in a crowd.

Tropical White Chocolate Candy Bites (featured in the video) are another homemade candy treat I know you’ll also enjoy!

Thank you for visiting me here in my Kudos Kitchen. This recipe for Bacon Cashew Bark is a good one and one you’ll want to make in your own kitchen.

That said, this recipe post is in desperate need of an update with new photos along with a recipe and nutrition card.

It’s on my list of things to do, and I’ll get to it ASAP. Since I have hundreds of recipes on my site, this may take a little time!

In the meantime, please enjoy it (such as it is). It truly is a delicious candy recipe, and I know it’s one you’ll especially enjoy!


1 package semi-sweet morsels
1/2 package white chocolate morsels
1 pound of bacon, cooked and crumbled
1 cup of cashews, chopped

-Cook your bacon until crisp and drain on a paper towel.
-Chop your cashews making sure not to cut them too small.
-Melt your chocolates in a microwave-safe dish in the microwave on medium power. Check and stir every 30 seconds and remove when just melted.
-Stir the cashews into the semi-sweet melted chocolate and pour out onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet.      -Top the semi-sweet cashew mixture with the white chocolate.
-With a spoon or knife, work the two chocolates together while thinning and spreading them into a rectangle shape on the parchment paper.
-Top the chocolate mixture evenly with your cooked and crumbled bacon.
-Chill in the fridge until set.
-Break into pieces and serve.

Don’t forget to watch the faces of your family and friends when they notice the combination of ingredients here.  At first, they won’t believe their eyes and then they won’t believe their taste buds when they see how good this is. Surprise!

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Wednesday 27th of October 2010

Combining salty and sweet is great and to do it with bacon and chocolate is the greatest!


Wednesday 27th of October 2010

So creative! Love the sweet/salty combo!


Wednesday 27th of October 2010

I'm a fan of bacon in everything!


Wednesday 27th of October 2010

oh my! It does look scary... but I think I'll have to try it! :-)

RJ Flamingo

Wednesday 27th of October 2010

This is definitely going to appeal to the bacon-aholics amongst us, for sure!