Turkey Bacon...looks gross in the package but taste like bacon!
- Beach Chick Sep 29, 2011 10:13 AM
This is huge for someone who doesn't eat red meat and misses my beloved BLT's.
I can't believe how something so dang ugly can fry up like the superstar it is and taste just like bacon.
Yeah, I said it...turkey bacon taste just like bacon...
BC, hubby and I are on Weight Watchers and are totally happy to have turkey bacon. Some taste better than others, and feel more like bacon. We've tried Jennie-O, Butterball and Oscar Meyer. The OM wins by a landslide.
When you're counting calories (or points, as it were) , every little bit helps. And neither DH or I want to waste our precious points on stuff that doesn't taste good.
Let the naysayers say what they will. If this is the only way that you can have a BLT, then dammit, have your BLT any way you like.
for someone who considers hot dogs as a vehicle for condiments, the fat-free turkey hot dogs are great! they are low calorie (about 40-50 each) and have a much better (or less offensive) flavor than the fat-free beef hot dogs.
With recommendation from CH'ers, I bought Oscar Meyer turkey bacon and it is quite good. I love, love! that it doesn't curl up in the pan so I don't have to chase it around or weigh it down. I love how fast it cooks up.
I'm on a roll... I made waffles with turkey bacon this morning, and I fried more turkey bacon up for collards.
I just don't know if I'll ever go back!
Next: coat with maple syrup when it's cooking ;-0
Nothing beats the real thing but I do like Turkey bacon for something different. Something else I found a number of years ago that I enjoy is Morning Star Farms Bacon strips. These are 100% vegetarian, I do enjoy these as much if not better than Turkey Bacon, they crisp up real good but do not over cook them.
2 Strips = 60 Calories
4.5 Grams fat
0.5 Gram Sat Fat
3 Grams Polyunsaturated Fat
1 Gram Monounsaturated Fat
1 Gram Fiber
love love love their sausages and of course the Garden burger and I do my famous Patty Melt with rye bread, grilled up garden burger, grilled onions and thousand island dressing...omg..so good!
I'm making tonight some tacos with the ground up garden burger stuff..that's really good but you have to gussy it up a little with fresh garlic and sea salt and fresh ground pepper.