Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Bacon-wrapped Green Bean Bundles Recipe {Vegan}

Day 166.

My neighbor made bacon-wrapped green bean bundles for a block party recently and was nice enough to make some with some Lightlife "Bacon" especially for me. I just new I had to try them with the new Black Forest Bacon Strips recipe, too. Our kids love green beans, and bacony flavor. These are bound to be a hit.

Bacon-wrapped Green Bean Bundles
Glaze ingredients
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 tablespoon pineapple juice (you could sub in lemon-lime or gingerale soda)
Preheat oven to 375. Take 7 green beans, gather together and wrap bacon around the green bean bundle. Put the loose bacon ends under the green beans bundle. Repeat until all green beans are used. Tip: If you're bringing these to a potluck or party, secure the bundles with a toothpick for easy pick-up and eating.

Heat the olive oil, maple syrup, brown sugar and garlic powder together in the microwave. Put green bean bundles on pan. Spoon the glaze over the green bean bundles.

Cover and bake for 40 minutes. Uncover pan and continue baking for 5 minutes. Remove bundles from the pan drippings and place the bundles on a serving platter.

The Results
Oh wow. These were awesome. The kids were so funny about eating theirs. They both ate a bit of everything, but ended up trading pieces so our toddler ate most of the green beans and the baby ate most of the "bacon." Hilarious.

What's your favorite dish to take to a party?

This post is shared with Real Food Wednesday, Recipes I Can't Wait to Try, What's Cooking Wednesday, What's on Your Plate?, What's on the Menu Wednesday, Let's Do Brunch, Works for me Wednesday, Gold Star Wednesday, These Chicks Cooked and No Whine Wednesday.


  1. Yum! I like making kabobs for parties, with fruit and/or cheese and such.

  2. Mmm, these look fantastic! :D Thanks for sharing!

  3. That looks sooo delicious. My kid is a real bacon lover and I have a feeling he wouldn't even know the difference.

    Stopping by Let's Have Brunch. I would love if you would share your recipe at Foodie Wednesday

  4. I love it--these look so tasty! The current obsession with bacon and all things pork-related really grates--isn't it fun to subvert the dominant paradigm? Or something like that. :)

  5. Thanks all. They are super tasty. And pretty, too. :)

  6. I see a lot of recipes with bacon, and this is one of my favorite vegetables.

  7. What a delicious way to eaet green beans! Thanks for coming by to share! Have a great weekend.

  8. I'm fascinated by the recipes for your Black Forest Bacon. That is SO cool! And those green bean bundles look mouthwatering! Thank you for sharing them with Let's Do Brunch.