Hurry To Grab Your Sugardale Bacon Coupon + 5 Readers Get FREE Bacon!

Calling all bacon fans...I have some great news! The folks at Sugardale Foods emailed to let me know that they have a new coupon for us!

If you are super quick you might be able to score a very nice coupon. Sugardale Foods is offering a coupon just for I Heart Publix readers. The first 500 readers will get a coupon for $1/1 Sugardale one pound bacon (redeemable at Publix stores in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina).

This is definitely a good one to grab. They have had some great deals lately! I was able to use my last coupon on their BOGO sale and get a fantastic deal. The coupon will be mailed, so request yours while you can so you will be ready for any upcoming sales! (Coupon will be mailed out to you within 3-4 weeks of your request.)

Sugardale Foods is a family owned business with nearly 100 years of bacon-making expertise. Sugardale uses a secret recipe and smokes the bacon over real hickory hardwood chips giving it an incredible flavor.

Their slogan is..."You’ll love wakin’ to Sugardale bacon!" Personally, I am am happy to use it any time of the day! I am ready for a coupon and a deal. Not too long ago I made an awesome recipe for pineapple chicken kabobs with Sugardale bacon. Oh my  it was fantastic and I think I need to put in on my menu again soon!

Look for Sugardale Regular Sliced Hickory Smoked Bacon and Extra Thick Hickory Smoked Bacon in the meat case at your local Publix store.

You can also check out the other great Sugardale products... including hot dogs, ham, pepperoni, and lunch meats.

Not only can you grab a coupon, but the folks at Sugardale are giving FIVE I Heart Publix readers a FREE pack of bacon!

  1. To enter just share your favorite recipe or way to use Sugardale Bacon in the comment section below.
  2. You can also head over and "like" Sugardale on Facebook for an additional entry. Just leave a second comment letting me know that you are a fan.

I will choose the winners on 8/29 around noon.

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by the folks at Sugardale Foods. The provided the information, coupon and giveaway for my readers.


  1. Christy says

    The only way I can get my kids to eat cabbage is to chop it up, put in a casserole dish, drizzle with butter, then chop up a 1/2 pound of bacon, top the cabbage and bake for an hour. Without the bacon, forget it…they want touch it…Love it!

  2. Kyle J says

    I have two favorite ways of using the Sugardale bacon. The first one is with my collard greens. I substitute the bacon for the ham hocks.

    For lunch, I like a good old fashion BLT. Matter of fact, I’m going to make one today with the package I have in the refrigerator from the last BOGO sale at Publix’s! :)

  3. Hope says

    Sue & Gloria’s Baked Beans (as seen on Paula Deen)

    4 (16-ounce) cans baked beans
    1 (20-ounce) can crushed pineapple, drained
    1 cup molasses
    1 cup BBQ sauce
    2 tablespoon yellow or brown mustard
    5 slices cooked bacon, crumbled
    1 (6-ounce) can french-fried onions, crushed
    Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

    In large bowl, mix together beans, pineapple, molasses, BBQ sauce, mustard, 1/4 of the bacon, and 1/4 of the onions. Add some salt and pepper, to taste. Pour beans in 9 by 13-inch casserole dish and sprinkle remaining crushed onions and bacon on top. Cook in oven for 1 hour or until beans brown and bubble. Serve warm.

  4. Carly says

    We make healthy wrap “sandwiches” and use bacon as a crunch element. Melt some Swiss on a Flat Out or whole wheat tortilla wrap and add two pieces of shaved turkey. Top with a crunchy piece of bacon, red onion, cucumber, tomato for the fiancé, lettuce and spinach and a drizzle of fat free honey Dijon dressing and you have a lovely lunch/ dinner. The bacon is a wonderful meaty crispy crunch!!!

  5. Stephanie says

    I love Sugardale bacon on stuffed peppers. I stuff large jalapeno peppers with monterey jack cheese then wrap the pepper in a piece of bacon securing it with a toothpick. Bake @ 350 till bacon is slightly crispy.

  6. Cassandra says

    I love to use the bacon in my loaded potato soup-yum! My kiddos always try to steal it off the plate before I can get it in the pot.

  7. Tonya Dorris says

    BLT’s, with eggs, around green beans, around chicken, around steak…is there anyway that bacon ISN’T delicious?

  8. Amanda says

    Lately it’s been pb and bacon cookies. Sounds wierd but is actually really good and the only way my kids eat any kind of meat. LOL

  9. Cassie Sinder says

    I love using Sugardale bacon in my holiday green beans, I sauteed it with some fresh garlic and onions and let it simmer till all the great bacon grease gets out, then I add my green beans and a little salt and pepper, it is soooo goood!!

  10. Angela B says

    Omelet with mushrooms, onions, cheese and lots and lots of Sugardale BACON!!
    Also in any bean dish – green, baked – adds great flavors!!
    My husband’s favorite chef quote is “everything is better with bacon on it!!”

  11. Jennifer says

    I love to bundle green beans and wrap them with bacon and drizzle with a little brown sugar/honey glaze. They are delicious.

  12. Brigitte says

    We love pig candy

    12oz pkg of bacon
    1/4 teaspoon ground cayenne(more or less depending on your taste)
    1/2 cup light brown sugar

    1. Preheat oven to 350F. In a small bowl, mix together brown sugar and cayenne.

    2. Line a baking sheet with a piece of foil. (This will help with the clean-up.) Place a baking rack over the lined baking sheet and lay bacon side-by-side.

    3. Coat both sides of bacon with the brown sugar mixture, pressing it into the bacon to be sure it sticks.

    4. Bake for 15 minutes, or until lightly golden brown. After 5 minutes, flip bacon over, and cook for 5 more minutes.

    5. Place in refrigerator to harden for an hour. Cut into pieces. This can also be done on a grill or smoker. Can also be eaten warm.

  13. Deana Stinson says

    Bacon wrapped water chestnuts, dates, or scallops make wonderful appetizers! Anything wrapped in bacon has got to be good!

    Liked Sugardale’s facebook page.

  14. Frances says

    I use the extra thick sliced bacon for BLT’s with the Publix 5 grain Italian deli bread. It is the best BLT I have ever had! I also use it to make baked maple bacon with dijon mustard. It tastes like bacon candy!

  15. Christo says

    I love using Sugardale bacon in BLT’s (with onion added) on homemade whole-wheat bread. The smoky flavor of the bacon really shines through!

  16. Kimberly King says

    I love making “Aussie” Chicken with bacon. Put the super secret honey mustard sauce on chicken and wrap it up from top to bottom with bacon! Nom Nom!

  17. Kristin says

    Tomato pie – it is an appetizer or light meal and sooooooo good with fresh tomatoes, basil and Sugardale bacon!!

  18. Jessica says

    When you first wrote about Sugardale bacon coming to Publix, I emailed for a coupon. That $1.00 off coupon was used to purchase my very first package of Sugardale bacon, and I have purchased a pack of it every. single. week. since then. After trying that bacon, my husband literally refuses to eat anything else. It is now part of our weekly Saturday morning breakfast — bacon, eggs, and toast.

  19. Lynn says

    Our very favorite recipe using Sugardale bacon is Cream Cheese Stuffed Bacon Jalapenos! This recipe is alittle different that others using cheddar, etc. because the cream cheese is the ingredient which makes this edible for all non-heat loving people (and the heat-loving people)!
    It is slightly spicy (take all seeds and membrane out of jalapeno, fill with cream cheese liberally, dust with old bay seasoning, then wrap in bacon. EVERYONE who tries them, loves them! YUM!

  20. Linda R says

    We had a restaurant in Atlanta that made Corn and Tomato Linguine (anybody remember Mick’s)… I topped mine with BACON !! … Easy recipe. some fresh or (drained) canned corn, a fresh tomato, chopped ( I took the skin off by dipping in a hot water bath for about a minute ), saute corn and tomato in a skillet while you are cooking your linguine. When the linguine is ready – grab it up and place it in the skillet with the corn and tomato … toss with some olive oil … salt to taste .. top with crumbled bacon …and your done. YUM.

  21. Alana says

    I like to use bacon sometimes in place of pancetta in recipes like pasta alla carbonara. Or just as a simple side to scrambled eggs!

  22. Sarah says

    I love bacon. My favorite thing to make right now is a BLT. Fresh tomatoes, bacon, organic lettuce and homemade bread! Yummy!

  23. Darlene Christian says

    For the summer time there is nothing better than a BLT with Sugardale Bacon and home grown tomatoes but we use bacon in a lot of things at our house such as broccoli salad and in the winter time in hame made potato soup.

  24. says

    My new favorite way to use bacon is make breakfast muffins. I pour pancake batter into into a muffin tin then throw in cooked bacon, sausage, veggies, cheese and whatever else I feel like. I make a bunch, then wrap them up for easy breakfasts on busy days!

    I also like Sugardale on Facebook!

  25. Alana says

    I make Pasta e Fagioli and use diced bacon in it. It is a hearty bean and pasta soup. It is one of our favorites! :-)

  26. angie says

    I like bacon just the way it is and so does the rest of my household although we sometimes use leftover breakfast bacon crumbled on top of salads that night for dinner!

  27. meg says

    So funny you should post this today…. I just used my last pack of Sugardale bacon today to make bacon, corn and potato chowder! A huge favorite around my house!!

  28. Dana says

    Gosh we love this bacon! Best ever. I just bake it in the toaster oven and serve alongside eggs and toast on the weekends.

  29. April says

    liked Sugardale on facebook…Im a fan and my favorite recipe is stuffed grilled jalepeno peppers with cheese, crab meat, w/bacon wrapped…mmmm delicious!!!!

  30. Nicole says

    One of our favorite recipes with bacon is

    20 chicken tenders
    8 oz cream cheese
    1/4 c Parmesan cheese
    2-4 tsp Italian seasoning
    10 slices bacon

    Mix the cream cheese, parm, and seasoning
    Spread about 2 tsp of mixture on a chicken tender.
    Top with another chicken tender and wrap bundle with bacon.
    Cook on 400 for 15 to 20 min.

  31. denise says

    Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Poppers!!!

    1 to 2 packages cream cheese, depending on the size of your pepper, room temperature
    2 to 4 cloves chopped garlic or granulated, depending on your preference (c’mon, no spicy finger food is complete without this spice)
    1/4 cup finely chopped sun-dried tomatoes — a nice handful from the jar
    Chopped fresh basil leaves
    Pinch salt
    10 to 25 jalapeno peppers (larger then average size will make them easier to stuff)
    1/2 to 1 pound thinly sliced bacon (Pork Fat Rulez!)
    Toothpicks (for the peppers, not your teeth silly)


    Preheat the grill.

    Mix each package of cream cheese with chopped garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and a dash of chopped basil. Add a pinch of salt. Mix until mixture is soft and manageable.

    Slice each jalapeno lengthwise on 1 side, being careful not to cut the jalapeno in 1/2. Remove the seeds if you don’t think your friends can handle the heat, otherwise leave’em and enjoy watching your friends shed a few extra tears. hehe… Depending on your pepper, you may have to slice around the stem of the pepper to create a manageable opening to squeeze the filling in.

    Fill either a pastry bag, or your choice of tools with the filling. Use something that will allow you to sqeeze the filling into the opening of the pepper with ease. I’ve used a plastic frosting tool, cookie press, and even just a small spoon to squeeze the filling in. However you choose, insert a liberal amount of filling into each jalapeno. Be careful not to overfill as the filling may spurt out during cooking.

    Wrap each pepper with 1 to 2 strips of bacon, securing the opening in the pepper. Secure the bacon with a toothpick (best to soak the toothpicks first, to prevent burning on the BBQ). This also helps the jalapenos from falling into the BBQ (you’re bound to loose at least 1, oh well). Long metal or wood skewers also work well for large amounts.

    BBQ the peppers until they lightly roasted, or until the bacon is fully cooked. Use some foil to cook on if your peppers are cooking or burning too fast on a HOT BBQ.

    Serve ’em up and watch your friends squirm with delight!

    although my boys just loves bacon and requests it each morning for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! bacon, bacon, bacon :)

  32. Ashleigh says

    Our favorite way to use bacon other than just as a side with breakfast is in our homemade potato soup. You cook up a pound to crumble in the soup, and then the grease is used to carmelize the potatoes so they stay intact in the soup :)

  33. says

    my nephew recently brought these to a swim event at our pool so 1lb bratts,1lb of pepperjack cheese,1lb of bacon slice bratts insert cheese wrap with bacon secure with toothpicks and grill he called these’ trailertotts’ and they were absolutly can also use them to jazz up plain hotdogs..

  34. Rachael T. says

    We looooooove Smoky, Honey Bacon-wrapped Chicken Thighs. It’s so good, so paleo and makes you wonder why you never wrapped your chicken in bacon before.

  35. shandra p says

    I like to add a cup of crumbled bacon to my deluxe corn bread muffins (just jiffy mix made according to box with frozen corn, shredded cheddar cheese and drained bacon) ….good stuff!

  36. Tammy says

    The last time I bought Sugardale bacon (with a coupon – on sale at Publix!) I bought the thick sliced, and made BLTs with it. It was so perfect, I took a picture of it for facebook. :)

  37. Shannon Williams says

    I love to put cut up bacon, northern beans, a can of seasoned diced tomatoes and a line of cooked chopped beef in a pan with 1/2 cup of Brown sugar and a tablespoon of dill pickle relish. Bake for 45 min to an hour and serve over toasted buns.

  38. Rose Torre says

    I am a fan of I Heart Publix and Sugardale bacon. A great way I use bacon is to wrap a half a piece around a chicken liver (that has been marinating in terryaki sauce) then secure with a toothpick….roll in brown sugar to coat….then broil till crisp and glazed. Sooooooo good!

    • Rose Torre says

      Just wanted to add that I did like the Sugardale page and also that it there is someone that don’t like chicken livers…it is really good to substitue a piece of pineapple for the chicken liver.

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