Bacon Stuffed Chicken

Bacon Stuffed Chicken. Similar to Cordon Blue but way better, I took the initiative to grill this up as I have found a new enjoyment in barbecuing lately. Although there are only so many things you can grill without making chicken more than 3 times in a week the same way, I wanted to take the opportunity to spice it up a bit. I choose to stuff chicken breasts like you would Cordon Blue, but because I had no ham, I turned to bacon, our true friend! :)

The weather was impeccable! While the chicken grilled, Cooper and I would take time to step away and water the garden we’ve been working so hard on.

Still not gathering the concept that once we dug the hole, buried our seeds and recovered the hole, doesn’t mean to uncover the seeds again. Sweet baby makes me laugh. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the attempt to grow our garden together.

After the chicken and garlic covered beans were done, Cooper and I sat on the back porch together enjoying the weather and eating our delicious meal. Michael got home late from work and was so happy to see such an amazing meal in front of him that looked as if I slaved over it for hours. Though it looks complicated, its is extremely easy to prepare and the grill does most the work.


  • 4 chicken breasts, sliced open
  • 8 pieces of bacon
  • 4 slices of Pepper Jack Cheese
  • Garlic Salt (optional)
  • Paprika (optional)
  • 1 lb Fresh Green Beans
  • EVOO
  • Garlic Salt

Prepare chicken by slicing open leaving one end still connected. Stuff with raw bacon and cheese. To hold shut pin together with three toothpicks. IMG_4168

Season the top of the chicken with garlic salt and paprika.


Grill until no juices flow clear. Be careful not to over cook.




Eating dinner with mama on the back porch on a beautiful evening.


Cooper still hating the fact I take pictures all the time

Serve with fresh grilled green beans!



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