Maple Bacon Biscuits


Recipe from: Becca Farner from Colorado

GoodLove products are unforgettable. The first time I had them, I had just been recently diagnosed with celiac. Having tried these products gave me hope things would get better and they did! Every time I eat a GoodLove biscuit I think about how far I come. Seeing GoodLove products go viral made me so proud! They are viral worthy products and they are so much more than just products!


(Recipe for 2 servings; 2 biscuits)

2 GoodLove biscuits

2 tbsp white sugar

2 tbsp brown sugar

2 tbsp butter

2 strips of gluten free bacon

1 tbsp of pure maple syrup (or more based on preference)


Start by making the bacon, follow the instructions on the back of your bacon package, or like me I just threw it in the air fryer for 7 minutes at 350.

While that is cooking, preheat the oven to 425. Create the sugar mixture in a bowl; it’s a one to one ratio of brown sugar and white sugar

Melt the butter, get a basting brush and brush on a layer of butter on each side of the biscuits except the bottom

After the bacon is completed, move it aside for now. This is when you dip every side that you put butter on into the sugar mixture. 

Transfer the biscuits onto a pan, and put them in the oven for about 20 minutes, or cook them to your desired texture based on the package.

If you want to take this to another level, I saw there was extra sugar mixture left, so I decided to dip the bacon right in the sugar and put it back aside until the biscuits were ready.

With the extra butter that was left, throw in about a tablespoon of maple syrup in (I put a little more). You might need to throw it in the microwave for about 15 seconds before you put it on the biscuits.

Take the biscuits out once they are to your desired texture. Take the biscuits out and put them on a plate. Break the bacon into bite sized pieces and put a strip broken up on each biscuit. Now, cover all of that in the melted maple butter mixture. Voila!!

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