We all know, everything tastes better with bacon! Our smoked
and peppered bacon flavored spice blend enhances popcorn, pork rinds, tater
tots, steamed vegetables, baked potatoes, baked beans,
French fries, and so much more. Use it as you would any all-purpose seasoning
salt. We love it on green beans! Vegetarian / Vegan.
Net Weight: 2.29 ounces / 65 grams.
sizes available here.
Heat Level: 1/10 (Mild)
Volume: 1 cup = approx. 4.8 ounces
(salt, sugar, onion, spices, cornstarch, garlic, paprika and extractives of
paprika, turmeric, natural flavors, < 2% silicon dioxide),
powder [maltodextrin, autolyzed yeast extract, natural flavor (contains
natural smoke flavor), sugar, salt],
spices, caramel color.
Manufactured in a facility that also handles wheat, milk, soy, peanuts, and tree
Country of Origin: USA
Want more bacon options? We also offer
Flavored Powder and
Recipe: Bloody Bacon
Bacon meets Bloody Mary cocktail.
1 shot (1.5 oz.) bacon-infused vodka (see instructions below)
2 tsp. Firehouse Bloody Mary
Mix (Use only if you're using tomato juice. Omit if using a liquid bloody
tomato juice OR liquid bloody Mary mixer
Smoky Peppered Bacon
1 rib celery with leaves
~ Fill a pint glass
~ Pour bacon vodka into glass, then add
Bloody Mary Mix.
~ Fill glass within 1" of the top with tomato juice. Cover and shake to mix.
~ Pour the Bloody
Bacon into another glass; set aside.
~ Moisten the rim of the empty pint glass with a lime wedge or water. Shake a
bit of Bacon
Seasoning onto a plate. Press (but don't twist or rub) the rim
of the glass onto the seasoning.
~ Carefully pour the Bloody Bacon back into the pint glass.
~ Garnish the drink with a whole
rib of celery in the glass.
How to Make Bacon-Infused Vodka: Fry 1 pound of bacon until crisp. Set aside
cooked bacon strips (bonus leftovers). Strain bacon grease into a sealable
container. Pour a bottle of vodka into the container with bacon grease. Cover
and chill for 1 week. With a spoon, carefully scoop bacon grease off of the top
of the vodka and discard. Store bacon vodka in the refrigerator or freezer.
Recipe: Cheddar Bacon Ranch Tater Tot Pie
This savory, sinful dish makes a great snack for the "big game", an
alternative to your standard nachos, or even a breakfast side dish to serve with
eggs. The use of bacon seasoning eliminates the time-consuming step of frying
1 Lb. (approx. 3 cups) frozen tater tots
Smoky Peppered Bacon
non-stick cooking spray
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup prepared
Buttermilk Ranch Dressing or
1 Tbls. chive flakes
~ Place the frozen tots in a gallon-size plastic bag. Sprinkle about half of the Bacon
Seasoning into the bag. Hold the bag closed and shake to mix. Sprinkle the
Seasoning into the bag and shake to mix.
~ Bake the tater tots per the package directions. When done, change the oven
temperature to 400 degrees.
~ Spray non-stick cooking spray evenly into a 9" pie plate. Dump the cooked tots
into the pie plate and lightly press them into the dish. Sprinkle the cheese
evenly over the tots.
~ Bake tots until the cheese has fully melted, approx. 5 minutes.
~ Drizzle the Ranch Dressing over the tots and sprinkle with chives.