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Bacon Jam
$14.99 $8.99
Bacon Jam
If you've ever been eating brunch and your slice of crispy bacon had a delicious run-in with the maple syrup from your waffle, you need to stop reading and just click BUY NOW. This is your condiment. The condiment to end all other condiments. On those mornings when you have time for toast but not enough to fry up some bacon, Bacon Jam will come to your rescue. Bacon Jam is made with love by Kay, a woman who knows her jams, jellies, and bacon. It's a combination of bacon, onion, garlic, honey, maple syrup, coffee, and spices. Sweet and savory, Bacon Jam is delicious on toast, muffins, biscuits, even waffles. We'll warn you, though, once you've had a taste of Bacon Jam, you won't go back to mere fruity jams. You'll be ruined saved for life. For nutrition information, click here. Product Specifications Sweet and savory jam for a perfect breakfast treat Made by a small business specializing in homemade style foods Jar contains 4 ounces of savory sweetness One year shelf life unopened Refrigerate after opening
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BaconPop - Bacon Flavored Popcorn
$9.99 $6.99
BaconPop - Bacon Flavored Popcorn
Back in the day, Timmy's grandma used to make the most delicious popcorn on the stove. She'd stick her monkey paw into a jar and pull out a big glob of bacon grease, stick it in a pot with the popcorn kernels, put on the lid, and shake shake shake as the popcorn pop pop popped. In another saucepan, she'd melt delicious butter and she poured it all over the bacon-flavored popcorn. With just a sprinkle from the salt shaker, the masterpiece was complete. You COULD do all that today - going through the effort of collecting your bacon grease in a jar and using it to pop your popcorn by hand, but let's face it, you just don't have the time to do it like Grandma Monkey. Now thanks to BaconPop, you don't have to! Just stick a bag in the microwave, press the Popcorn button, and stand back and watch the bag inflate with delicious, buttery, bacontastic popcorn. Everything is better with bacon and this popcorn is so much better, you'll never go back to regular popcorn. Ever. For nutrition information, click here. BaconPop - Bacon Flavored Popcorn Microwave popcorn with delicious buttery bacon flavor Each box contains 3 bags of Bacon Pop, ready for popping in your microwave WARNING: Once they smell it, your co-workers will jump you in an attempt to steal it. Best to eat at home. Alone. BaconPop is vegetarian and certified Kosher (aka, it tastes like bacon, but no pigs were harmed!)
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Sizzling Bacon Candles
$15.99
Sizzling Bacon Candles
You know what's great about bacon? Everything! Well, that's not entirely true. Nothing so devastatingly awesome as bacon could possibly come without a slight downside. Bacon is delicious, but it's high in fat. Bacon smells amazing, but it's high in cholesterol. It's true - healthwise, bacon leaves a lot to be desired, but just smelling bacon is possibly one of the most amazing things in the world. Short of whipping out a skillet and doing a quick fry-up, how can we enjoy that wonderful meaty sweet and smokey aroma without the temptation and subsequent belt-busting and heart-clogging richness of actual cured-pork ingestion? Bacon scented candles, of course! You may have seen bacon-scented candles before, but these are a horse of a different color, so to speak. Most candles are made from cheap chinese wax, and filled with a chemical cocktail of synthetic furanones and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Nasty. These premium scented candles are long-lasting and made from actual rendered bacon fat using a top-secret process that preserves bacon's natural aromas and essential oils. Burning one of these not only fills your room with gentle light, but also that most awesomely wonderful bacon smell. Nothing else even comes remotely close to the actual smell of cooked bacon except the real thing.
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