How to Cook Bacon in the Oven | Tip on Tuesday

how to cook bacon in oven

 This is the easiest tip known to man! I hate cooking bacon….it seems I always burn myself on the grease, and then usually gag over the process of getting rid of it! Basically, I just want you to GIVE ME THE BACON. I don’t want to fry it.

And now I don’t have to….here is all you need to know.

1. line a baking sheet with aluminum foil & lay out your bacon

2. cook on 400 degrees for about 20 minutes (you don’t even have to flip)

ENJOY the most crispy bacon injury free!

Happy Tuesday friends! 

 

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  1. Hubbardgirl says

    Dang it! Just last night I wanted to cook bake in the oven…but thought to myself “You don’t know how to do that.” On the bright side of seeing this post a day late, I just cooked my last batch of “stove top bacon” last night. And yeah!!! My shirts are saved

  2. Just cooked up some bacon using this method…. Amazing! NO MESS & perfectly cooked! Did I mention no mess?? I can’t believe I have never heard this way before.
    Thanks :)

  3. If you really want to render a TON of fat from your bacon, put it in a cold oven and then turn the oven to 400…this is how I do mine and it turns out perfectly every time. Once the oven hits 400 degrees it usually takes about 5-7 more minutes to finish.

  4. This is the VERY BEST way to cook bacon! No mess and no flipping and it’s so much easier to fit bacon strips on a rectangular baking tray than in a round fry pan AND it always turns out perfectly flat and crispy. I’ve been cooking bacon this for a while and I will never go back.

  5. Mmmm….bacon.
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  6. Yum! We always just make bacon in a frying pan (and by we, I mean JM, cuz I’m not getting splattered with grease!) but this looks so much better!
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  7. Love it! I never thought about baking bacon!
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  8. I love the idea of this! No more splatters on the stove and I can bake it at the same time im baking my biscuits!!!! Brilliant!
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  9. I have always wanted to know how to do this-my hubby loves hot breakfasts on the weekend and I feel like cooking the bacon on my griddle covers the entire surrounding area with a fine coat of grease! I’m totally trying this on Saturday. (Have you tried it with turkey bacon?)
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  10. This is how we cook bacon, too! SO much better that spitting and spatting in a pan on the stove … pinned!
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