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Chocolate Gold Bacon

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Well, why not? You love bacon, you love chocolate, you love needless decadence - why not combine the three in 23 carat gold chocolate bacon?

This crazy invention is the work of Wesley Klein at the New York food store Baconry ("bacon meets bakery") and features alongside Chocolate Bacon Pretzel Rods, Bacon Brownies and Butterscotch Chocolate Peanut Butter Bacon Balls in combining the salty goodness of bacon and the sweet, sweet sugar rush of desserts.

It's composed of Nueske's Cherrywood Bacon, Guittard Semi-Sweet Dark Chocolate, and 23k edible gold flakes, but retails for the surprisingly reasonable price of $39.99 for a pack. That's still one seriously expensive bacon butty though.

So if you want your breakfast, dessert and savings combined in one rasher, head on over to Baconry's store right now.

Image: Baconry

[via Uncrate]

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