Easy Cheesy Hatfield Bacon Bombs

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These delicious and easy cheesy Hatfield Bacon Bombs are the perfect side dish for your Easter meals!

Easy Cheesy Bacon Bombs - These delicious and easy cheesy Hatfield Bacon Bombs are the perfect side dish for your Easter meals!

Can you guys believe Easter is just around the corner? Seriously though, I can’t wait for the warmer weather because I can use some real sunshine right now.

Now I know that ham is almost always the star during Easter and is the centerpiece at most family meals. But what about the side dishes? Surely you can’t forget them, right? Speaking about side dishes, bacon can be a great way to add some jazz to your Easter meals.

These easy and cheesy Hatfield Bacon Bombs are so good, cheesy and just out-of-this-world amazing. True story – I had to actually stop myself from devouring the entire plate – they are just that addicting.

This could be a perfect side dish for your Easter brunch or dinner. Something that I’m sure both the adults and kids will enjoy. I mean, who doesn’t like cheese and who doesn’t like bacon? And when they are combined together, you get a mouthwatering dish that will disappear in minutes!  


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For this recipe, I used Hatfield Thick Cut Hardwood Smoked Bacon which gives a lovely crunch and a smoky flavor to this dish.

I have been using Hatfield products for a long time now because I really like the fact they believe in delivering high-quality food to their customers. Hatfield is family owned, American made and committed to sustaining American family farms. Hatfield Pork is Pork With a Pledge, which means it is ethically raised, no hormones or steroids added and raised without growth promotants.

I got my Hatfield Bacon from my local ACME but you can get them at various retailers. Click here to see which retailer in your area carries their products.

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For this recipe, all you need are three ingredients and you are pretty much set.

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Divide the biscuit dough in half, stuff some mozzarella cheese in it and roll it into a ball. Wrap the Hatfield bacon around it and secure it with a skewer. Now all you need to do is fry these babies up and your bacon bombs are ready! See? Told you it was easy!

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Easy Cheesy Hatfield Bacon Bombs


  • Hatfield Bacon - 8 strips (I used Thick Cut Hardwood Smoked Bacon)
  • Store bought biscuit dough - 1 packet (12 oz.)
  • Mozzarella cheese - 4 oz.


  1. Remove the biscuit dough from the packaging and cut each biscuit into half.
  2. Cut mozzarella cheese into about 1/2 inch pieces. Stuff the inside the biscuit dough and roll it into balls.
  3. Cut the bacon strips into half and wrap it around the cheese stuffed balls and secure it with a skewer. You can even wrap the entire bacon strip around the biscuit dough but working with a half strip is much easier as the biscuit has a better chance to expand while getting cooked.
  4. Deep fry them in 350°F oil for about 3-5 minutes or until the bacon and biscuit is fully cooked. You can dip them in the hot oil with the skewers attached so that the bacon won't unwrap itself while it's getting cooked.


Important Tip: 1. Deep frying method works best for this dish as shallow frying takes a longer time and can cause the mozzarella cheese to ooze out of the biscuit dough while it's getting fried.

2.Fry one or two at a time as the biscuit tends to expand and you want enough space in your pan for it do so.

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So, there you have it! Serve them as-is or with some garlic butter on the side and you have a winning side dish for everyone!

Now that is how you make a perfectly delicious and easy recipe for Easter! What are some of your favorite meals that you make during Easter? I would love to know!



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    Erika Kind

    March 19, 2018

    That’s such a cool recipe! Easy to make but with a big taste effect!

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    March 20, 2018

    How inventive and delicious, hope to try this year! Every Easter we bake paskas (Easter bread in Ukrainian) that’s a very delicate procedure that takes energy and skills. In advertising my book that is going to be published approximately in one or two months (editing is ready, now we are working on illustrations) I shall say that I will share many interesting cultural things about Ukraine and our Eastern Orthodox Easter that might be a bit different! Aren’t you interested?

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      March 20, 2018

      That sounds awesome dear. Would definitely love to get a hold of your book and I’m truly excited and happy for you! All the very best and keep us posted.

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    Amanda Keener

    March 29, 2018

    Do you think this would cook in an air fryer?

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      March 30, 2018

      Hi Amanda, I haven’t tried to make these in the air fryer but you can definitely try making these in it. Just keep an eye out and make sure the cheese doesn’t ooze out from inside. I would suggest putting just one or two to make sure they are getting cooked properly. I hope this helps.

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