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Anyone know if the Burger King bacon sundae is safe? I expect it would be, but...

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I want to believe it has gluten so I don't add it to my thighs! :D

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It says only milk in the allergy info (I was just looking at the menu last night for myself but for D and E in other stuff).

Not sure of any x-con issues.

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Anyone know if the Burger King bacon sundae is safe? I expect it would be, but...

It just sounds so icky to me, but I know people like those flavors together. If you get it, you'll have to come post how it tasted.

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It just sounds so icky to me, but I know people like those flavors together. If you get it, you'll have to come post how it tasted.

Man, I love the combination of the saltiness with ice cream or almost anything. Bacon jam is amazing as is sliced bacon brushed with maple syrup then roasted in the oven. Bacon and chocolate also have an affinity for one another. I encourage you to try it - hopefully you will be pleasantly surprised! :P

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In the absence of bacon, scooping up your ice cream with salted pretzels is also lovely.

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Make some bacon and scoop up your ice cream with it.

Make bacon crumbles and sprinkle it on your own ice cream.

As for me....I'm doing what Love2travel just inspired me to do...

I'm dipping crispy bacon in melted Dove chocolate...and letting it set.

I also dip potato chips...in ice cream or chocolate yum!

I wouldn't eat the sundae from McDonald's but I would make my own version of it.

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Make some bacon and scoop up your ice cream with it.

Make bacon crumbles and sprinkle it on your own ice cream.

As for me....I'm doing what Love2travel just inspired me to do...

I'm dipping crispy bacon in melted Dove chocolate...and letting it set.

I also dip potato chips...in ice cream or chocolate yum!

I wouldn't eat the sundae from McDonald's but I would make my own version of it.

Awesome! Isn't it wonderful? Seriously good with potato chips and pretzels. The good thing about making your own sundae (or anything else for that matter) is that you control the ingredients and can make it exactly how you like it. :)

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Man, I love the combination of the saltiness with ice cream or almost anything. Bacon jam is amazing as is sliced bacon brushed with maple syrup then roasted in the oven. Bacon and chocolate also have an affinity for one another. I encourage you to try it - hopefully you will be pleasantly surprised! :P

Like I need another excuse to eat bacon. Yay....

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Bacon Sundae????? This is for real? Sorry, but I'm not at all tempted.

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My son would sooooo go for this. He has an "I heart bacon" T-shirt that he wears constantly and gets lots of compliments on. We gave him bandaids for his birthday that looked like strips of bacon.

Someone gave me a cupcake once that had maple icing and bacon crumbles on top. I gave it to my son who told me it was like eating a pancake/bacon desert. I was tempted to try and make a gluten-free version of it, but quite frankly I don't need that in the house.

I myself, totally love alternating bites of chips and ice cream.

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Nothing about a bacon sundae from Burger King sounds appealing........and I'm pregnant, so if anyone should want to try that, it should be me! :blink:

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Several years ago I had steak cooked on the grill. We were having home-made hot fudge sundaes for dessert. There was a bit of steak left on my plate and I dipped it into the hot fudge. It was GGGGOOOOOODDDD!!!!

I wish I could eat bacon (corn, dontchaknow) because I would be all over this.

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I'm with you bart. I found out Friday that my life is now baconless (and hamless and chocolateless) and considering all the new things I've had to give up I was honestly debating if saving my sight was worth giving up bacon. In retrospect that seems crazy but at the time going blind for bacon and chocolate seemed like a perfectly good idea.

At any rate, I kept meaning to get to BK for some sweet potato fries and a bacon sundae. I suppose I'll just go to Wendy's and have a berry salad instead if I still feel like I need to indulge. My husband and I have been periodically enjoying candied bacon and bacon milkshakes this summer, I'm more than a little sad to be giving them up.

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I think most people would agree that bacon is one of the greatest inventions of all time.

But an even greater "invention" is good health that will allow us to enjoy all of the other "great inventions" - like sunsets and music and family and friends. Hiking in the woods, fishing, sports, theater, beaches, concerts, trips to far-off places, and trips close to home.

At least that is what I tell myself whenever I see someone eating bacon.

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You're so right bart! If everyone ate bacon I think we could have world peace. I mean, why fight when we could eat bacon.

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You're so right bart! If everyone ate bacon I think we could have world peace. I mean, why fight when we could eat bacon.

EXACTLY!!! Everyone knows that bacon and butter make everything better! :P And just a wee bit more calorific.

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