Moink in the Wild: Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnuts

We were happy to partner with Bowl Obsessed for this easy and delicious Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnut recipe!

Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnuts

Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnuts

It’s National Bacon Day! Best. Day. Ever. AND, since you might be getting ready for all those NYE parties, I wanted to share one of my favorite bacon hors d’oeuvre… because, anything wrapped in bacon is BOMB, right?!

AND if today couldn’t get any better, Moink Box is running a special in January: EVERYONE who orders a Moink Box  {new AND returning customers} gets FREE pasture-raised bacon for life!

Yes, y’all read that right….

For every Moink Box order placed and shipped in January, you will have a FREE package of bacon added to the rest of your orders moving forward!! You have until Jan. 24 to schedule your box to qualify!

Umm, FREE BACON?? Yes, please! And trust me, it’s to die for.

Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnuts

This recipe is only 3 ingredients, and could not be easier.

It’s the perfect warm hors-d’oeuvre to have at a party, and your friends will be wanting the recipe!

Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnuts

Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Water Chestnuts



  • 1 pound of Moink box Pasture-raised Bacon
  • 2- 8oz cans of whole water chestnuts
  • 1- 10oz bottle of teriyaki sauce of choice {I used low sodium Kikkoman}
  • *optional: soaked toothpicks for baking


  1. Rinse and drain both cans of water chestnuts. Place the water chestnuts into a bowl.
  2. Empty the entire bottle of teriyaki sauce to the bowl with the water chestnuts to marinade overnight or for at least 4 hours.
  3. When you’re ready to bake, preheat oven to 375.
  4. While oven is preheating: cut the package of bacon in half right down the middle. Start wrapping the water chestnuts with one of the halves of bacon.
  5. Place bacon-wrapped water chestnuts on a baking sheet, seam-side down. * If they don’t hold, feel free to use toothpicks. Just make sure they have soaked in water for an hour so they don’t get burned.
  6. Bake in the oven for 25-30 minute until the bacon gets crispy. May set on the broiler for the last minute for extra crispiness. Serve on a platter for your next party, enjoy!

We can’t wait to see what sorts of recipes you make with your Moink Box! Be sure to tag us @moinkbox or #GetMoinked so we can see your yummy creations. Enjoy!


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