I was at the Dollar Tree, and saw this package of turkey bacon by Jennie-O.
How can turkey be bacon? Bacon is from pork, aka, pigs, not turkeys.
Still, I had to try it.
We fried it up, the same way you would normal bacon.
Hint: If you fry up turkey bacon, oil your pan first. I didn't, and I burnt the first couple pieces.
Still, it came out looking okay. Not like real bacon, but it didn't look inedible.
I needed a test subject. Someone who would tell me straight off, without hesitation if it was okay.
Emma! Yes, Emma, the picky eater. Emma, the one who doesn't like meat. I wondered what she would think of it.
She liked it!
Needless to say, turkey bacon is now on our menu.
I never thought I'd like it. But, as long as you don't think of it as "bacon", and instead think of it as a fried turkey jerky, you will not be disappointed.
Being able to get the turkey bacon at the Dollar Tree was just a bonus. There was just enough for everyone to have a couple slices with breakfast, with no overeating and no leftovers. Everyone was happy and that makes me happy.
Score! Momma wins again. Kids have tried something new, and Momma's budget is on target.