I have tried to write this post about fifteen times now but words fail me at every turn. I even succumed to the more interesting form of abecedarium where I listed the ingredients used in creating the Bacon Weave Choco-Taco alphabetically and waxed poetic on their individual beauty.
But alas, nothing worked.
So, I am left with nothing more than to give you a partial description of how Nick from Dude Foods executed a snack that embodies the entire universe within it’s crackling, salted perfection.
I’m sorry to fail you, but I am simply a human confronted by a spirtual awakening that I am emotionally unprepared for (as will you be once you read the following paragraphs):
I started by weaving a bacon square, cooking it, cutting it into a circle and then hanging it over a few kabob sticks so it would keep its shape. I then baked the shell in my oven until it was crispy, let it cool down a bit and then filled it with a vanilla ice cream that included fudge swirls.
After leaving my ice cream filled bacon weave shell in the freezer for about 30 minutes so it could harden back up I melted some milk chocolate and poured it over the top of my Bacon Weave Choco Taco and then sprinkled pieces of peanuts over the melted chocolate. After another half hour in the freezer the chocolate was hardened and my taco was ready to eat!
Feel free to visit Dude Foods (link is above) for more instructions on how to make your very own.
Source: Laughing Squid