Finding new recipes and dishes to try is not always an easy task. I am constantly on the hunt for new foods cooked in fun and exciting ways. I love flavor pairings that may seem strange to some (like bacon and pancakes…or really bacon and anything). This week’s Eat and Greet offers dozens of delicious recipes that are easy to make, healthy, flavorful, and creative. Spoon Fork Bacon is an awesome food blog dedicated to making great food that’s easy to cook and affordable. From Smoked salmon pizza to sweet desserts and more, there’s sure to be something to please everyone. Check out some of our favorite recipes from Spoon Fork Bacon:

Savory Pumpkin Hummus

pumpkin hummus

I’ve never thought of making pumpkin hummus, but now that the thought is in my head, I need to try this recipe. Made with chick peas, tahini, pumpkin puree, garlic, and coconut oil, this pumpkin hummus is the perfect combination of sweet, spicy, and savory. Pair this delicious dip with homemade cinnamon sugar pita crisps for an easy to make snack your friends and family will love.

Peanut Butter and Jelly Pie Sticks

pb&j pie sticks

Okay, we’ve all heard of cake pops before, but pie pops…seriously? This is genius! These perfectly portioned individual pie sticks are filled with all natural peanut butter and blackberry jam (or any kind of jam you like). The crust is light, flaky, and perfect for an after dinner treat. You could play around with this recipe and make your pie pops filled with whatever you’d like (such as almond butter and Nutella, chocolate and peanut butter, or peanut butter and grape jam).

Chocolate Chip, Bacon, and Orange Pancakes

chocolate chip, bacon, orange pancakes

These sweet and savory pancakes are great for an all-in-one breakfast. Say goodbye to the days of eating pancakes and bacon separately. These deliciously magical pancakes combine the flavors of chocolate and bacon with a hint of orange for an irresistible breakfast everyone will gobble up!

What’s your favorite Spoon Fork Bacon recipe?


Carlie is a rising senior at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is a communication major and psychology minor with a focus in interpersonal communication. She loves working out and being outside. She also loves to cook and experiment making delicious recipes and favorite foods healthier. Her guilty pleasure is watching cartoon movies (Despicable Me is probably her favorite). Her absolute two favorite foods are peanut butter and frozen yogurt. Someday she would love to write for a food magazine or a fitness magazine. Email her with any questions about the site.