Cooking Bacon with the George Foreman Grill As Easy as 1, 2, EAT


As you know, the George Foreman grill is an indoor cooking appliance (they are outdoor models) that became popular with single moms with kids or singles on the go. You can make everything from burgers to fish in a matter of minutes, while cutting fat and cooking time in half!

Many people are not creative or simply don’t know that you can cook more than traditional foods on the grill with George Foreman and even remove most of the fat from foods that are typically known to be high in calories, fat, and fat. That’s where Foreman Grill Recipes comes in handy, but it’s a very unknown aspect of the grilling machine. One that gets us every time, because it’s delicious, but very unhealthy is bacon.

Yes, you can easily prepare bacon fresh from your freezer or refrigerator on the George Foreman grill and squeeze out all that unhealthy fat at the same time, leaving you with a healthier, crispier alternative to your normally fried bacon.

Without waiting any longer, here is a quick recipe on how to make better bacon on your George Foreman grill at home:

  1. Turn on your George Foreman Grill and place the drip plate below. The dish traps fat during cooking. (For best results, thaw bacon before placing in George Foreman
  2. Place your slices of bacon on the grill. Close the lid. Cook for three to four minutes.
  3. Open the lid and flip the bacon slices. Wear flip flops; the grill will be hot
  4. Cook for two to three more minutes depending on the desired sharpness.
  5. Turn off the grill and open the lid. Remove bacon slices and serve

*Additional Tip*

When you’re done, you can pat the bacon dry with a paper towel to further remove any excess fat, but the drip dish usually does a great job of doing that.