Bacon Wrapped Tenderloin Roast


  • 1 Certified Angus Beef Chateaubriand Tenderloin Roast, approximately 2.5lbs
  • 1lb package of Daily’s thin sliced Hardwood Smoked Applewood Bacon 
  • 1oz package of Anderson Farms 100% Pure Grade A Dark Maple Syrup
  • 1 recipe for a Bacon Wrapped Tenderloin Roast with Maple and Rosemary 

**Tenderloin does not come pre-wrapped in bacon 

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Bacon Wrapped Tenderloin Roast

Celebrating a seasonal meal at home this year? We’ve got you covered with this elegant and flavorful entrée. The bacon wrapped tenderloin roast brings the savory applewood taste of the bacon to a new level by allowing it to seep into the roast while it is cooking. This is done using a simple yet classic French technique called Barding, which keeps the tenderloin roast moist while also adding flavor. Follow this easy recipe for a bacon wrapped tenderloin roast with maple syrup and rosemary for a delicious meal. This seasonal combo box includes everything for this recipe except a sprig of fresh rosemary and salt and pepper to taste.

Featured Products

  • 1 Certified Angus Beef Chateaubriand Tenderloin Roast, approximately 2.5lbs each. Hand cut from the most tender cut of beef, this roast is lean, succulent and elegant, with mild flavor.
  • 1 pound of Daily’s Thin sliced hardwood smoked applewood bacon, pre-frozen. Naturally smoked with real hardwoods, consequently giving the bacon an out of this world, mouthwatering and seasoned flavor.
  • 1oz package of Anderson’s 100% Pure Maple Syrup. A family tradition since 1928, this US Grade A Dark maple syrup features a pleasant, robust flavor. Learn more about Anderson Farms, a small family owned business in the heart of Wisconsin.

The robust flavor of maple coupled with the woody and aromatic hints of rosemary add a unique flavor profile to this classic roast. For a milder flavor profile, substitute thyme instead of rosemary.

Roasting Tips

Cook to an internal temperature of 125°F for medium rare. When roasting, remember to remove from heat when the thermometer registers 5 to 10°F lower than your desired doneness.

Learn to cook your roast to perfection. Cooking times and temperatures will vary with your method of preparation, the size of the roast, and your desired degree of doneness. Check out these Roasting Tips from Certified Angus Beef.