Look how these bacon potato roses pretty they are!! They also taste delicious and are so simple to make.

These bacon potato roses are a lovely and unique treat for Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, or any event where you want to showcase some beautiful meals!

Bacon potato roses

With crispy bacon and thinly sliced potatoes arranged in a beautiful rose shape, making them the perfect side dish for any meal.

What kind of potatoes should I use?

For a bacon potato roses recipe, you want potatoes that are firm and starchy enough to hold their shape while baking. The ideal types of potatoes for this recipe are:

The easiest way to cook bacon potato roses

My secret weapon to cook bacon potato roses is using my Typhur Dome air fryer. Air fryers use hot air to cook food, so you get a delicious crunch without needing a ton of oil. They also heat up quickly, so they’re faster than a regular oven.

With the Typhur Dome air fryer, you can set precise temperatures and times, giving you control over how crispy you want your bacon and how tender you like your potatoes. It also preheats quickly, making the cooking process faster and more efficient.

What’s great about the Typhur Dome air fryer is its easy-to-clean design. Once you’re done, with just a press of a button, the self-cleaning mode activates, using high heat and air circulation to break down and remove any food residues or grease. It’s also the best Mother’s Day gift offering moms a time-saving and practical kitchen tool.

Typhur Dome air fryer

Overall, the Typhur Dome air fryer makes cooking bacon potato roses a breeze, giving you perfect results with less oil and a quicker cooking time. It’s a versatile tool that will quickly become a favorite in your kitchen.

Ingredients for bacon potato roses

How to air fryer bacon potato roses

Follow the below step-by-step instructions to cook bacon potato roses in an air fryer.

  1. Prepare the Potatoes

    Wash the Yukon Gold potatoes and cut them in half. Use a mandoline slicer or sharp knife to cut them into thin slices (about 1/16 inch).

  2. Season the Potatoes

    In a large bowl, combine the olive oil, garlic powder, thyme, rosemary, kosher salt, and cracked pepper. Toss the potato slices in the mixture, ensuring they are evenly coated.

  3. Assemble the Bacon Potato Roses

    Take one strip of bacon and lay it flat. Place several seasoned potato slices along the bacon strip, overlapping them slightly. Start from one end and roll the bacon with the potato slices to form a rose shape. Secure the end with a toothpick if needed.

  4. Roast the Bacon Potato Roses in Typhur Dome Air Fryer

    Choose the Roast mode of the Typhur Dome air fryer, and then carefully place the rolls in the cooking tray. Return the tray to the Dome. Roast the Potato Rolls for 13 minutes at 345°F.

  5. Serve

    Once the bacon potato roses are done, carefully remove them from the muffin tin or ramekins. Let them cool for a minute or two, then remove any toothpicks if used. Serve warm as a stunning appetizer or side dish.

Bacon Potato Roses

For Mother’s Day, consider baking these delectable and aesthetically pleasing bacon potato rolls that resemble roses.
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Prep Time 40 minutes
Cook Time 13 minutes
Total Time 53 minutes
Course Appetizer
Servings 1 people
Calories 4424 kcal



  • 24 sliced bacon
  • 4 Yukon gold potatoes halved
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp dry thyme leaves
  • 1 tsp dry Rosemary leaves
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • 15 turns fresh cracked pepper


  • For ease of rolling up later, thinly slice the potatoes into a sizable mixing bowl using a mandolin and a hand guard.
    4 Yukon gold potatoes
  • Add olive oil, garlic powder, thyme, rosemary, pepper, and salt to the sliced potatoes and toss with tongs until evenly coated.
    2 tbsp olive oil, 1 tsp garlic powder, 1 tsp dry thyme leaves, 1 tsp dry Rosemary leaves, 1 tsp kosher salt, 15 turns fresh cracked pepper
  • On a cutting board, lay out two pieces of bacon overlapping each other vertically. Line the bacon with the sliced potatoes, making sure each potato is overlapping. Starting at one end, gently roll up the bacon, creating a potato rose. Use two toothpicks at the bottom to secure its shape.Trim off any excess at the bottom to ensure the roll can fit into the Dome.
    24 sliced bacon
  • Carefully place the rolls in the cooking tray. Return the tray to the Dome.
  • Roast the Potato Rolls for 13 minutes at 345°F.
  • Remove the rolls from the tray.
  • Serve with your favorite sauce or sprinkle with cheese.


Calories: 4424kcalCarbohydrates: 142gProtein: 125gFat: 372gSaturated Fat: 119gPolyunsaturated Fat: 59gMonounsaturated Fat: 171gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 570mgSodium: 8092mgPotassium: 4823mgFiber: 19gSugar: 5gVitamin A: 513IUVitamin C: 137mgCalcium: 205mgIron: 11mg

(Nutrition information is calculated automatically by Spoonacular API and should be considered an estimate.)