Give back and enjoy a delicious breakfast too with Oven Baked Bacon from Farmland.
This post is sponsored and written in partnership with Mom it Forward, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Over the past few months I’ve learned something about myself, I am a bacon snob! That’s right, I didn’t think I was that picky about bacon until I had Farmland Bacon. I really enjoy their thick cut bacon the most, but I haven’t been able to purchase anything but Farmland Bacon recently. Their products are all made in the USA and free of hormones and MSG. The great thing is that I’ve also discovered that I can easily make it in the oven with this Oven Baked Bacon.
What does this mean? That means on busy nights or busy mornings, I can quickly put the bacon in the oven and let it cook while I’m getting dressed for the day. It’s multi-tasking at it’s best, right? Recently, Farmland has also partnered with Future Farmers of America (FFA), to support agriculture. Each time a Farmland item is purchase now through September 30th, 2017, Farmland will donate $0.10 of it to FFA up to $75,000!
What will these donations do? They will help further the mission of making a positive difference in the lives of students that are seeking to carry on the farming and agricultural industry in the US. Farmland will also be providing grants to Midwestern FFA chapters to provide financial support to high school students working on animal care projects. Being that I personally live in the Midwest, I went to school with many farmers and it’s such HARD work! This will be a HUGE help to those students because we rely on them every time we take a bite or really for any food that we eat or drink.
Now, we headed to the store and stocked up on Farmland Bacon, but any Farmland products purchased count toward the donation and cause, so be sure to check them all out. We purchased ours at our local Sprouts Farmers Markets.
Once I was home with my bacon, it was time to bake it up in the oven so that I could get ready for the day and enjoy a little bit with my morning coffee.
Now, all you have to do to make this is arrange the bacon on a sheet pan or shallow dish, then put it in a COLD oven and set it to 400*. It only takes about 10-15 minutes and your bacon is ready to go!
How do you prefer to cook bacon? Oven or Griddle? My husband prefers it in the griddle but I love the easiness of using the oven.
Be sure to find out more on the cause and products here with Farmland.
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