Classic Bacon Jam - 9 oz Jar

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Our flagship bacon spread bursting with sweet and savory bacon goodness, this flavor pairs well with foods at any meal. Go traditional and try it on a burger or with breakfast foods, or take party appetizers like crackers with goat cheese or brie from ordinary to exceptional.

Customer Reviews

Based on 130 reviews
87%
(113)
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Barb Baldwin
Delish!

I bought 3 jars and made the mistake of letting friends try it. 3 jars emptied in 2 days.. My teeth implants won't let me eat bacon strips any more. Thank goodness I decided to give this product a try. I'm so glad I did because now I get the bacon taste in a manageable form. I put it on crackers, hot dogs, burgers...

H
Holt Getterman

Classic Bacon Jam - 9 oz Jar

K
Kathy Arroyo
Jam review

Love the flavor. And can be used on different things

J
James Finch

Absolutely delicious, period.

D
David Campiti
The classic is the better choice.

So far we've tried there classic bacon jam of cheeseburgers, and it's pretty darn good. The sweet chili works less well on burgers. Perhaps as an accompaniment to wings?

Customer Reviews

Based on 130 reviews
87%
(113)
8%
(11)
2%
(3)
0%
(0)
2%
(3)
B
Barb Baldwin
Delish!

I bought 3 jars and made the mistake of letting friends try it. 3 jars emptied in 2 days.. My teeth implants won't let me eat bacon strips any more. Thank goodness I decided to give this product a try. I'm so glad I did because now I get the bacon taste in a manageable form. I put it on crackers, hot dogs, burgers...

H
Holt Getterman

Classic Bacon Jam - 9 oz Jar

K
Kathy Arroyo
Jam review

Love the flavor. And can be used on different things

J
James Finch

Absolutely delicious, period.

D
David Campiti
The classic is the better choice.

So far we've tried there classic bacon jam of cheeseburgers, and it's pretty darn good. The sweet chili works less well on burgers. Perhaps as an accompaniment to wings?