I don't know how you could go wrong with bacon and brown sugar in any combination. I saw this recipe and just had to try it... as others said, there's NO way you need an entire pound of brown sugar - I topped mine with a generous teaspoon on each. I made a batch with a touch of cayenne and one without, and the unanimous decision was that the cayenne crackers won out. I used just a touch, so it was more of an aftertaste, very subtle. Would try jazzing this up a bit next time using some gourmet crackers and applewood smoked bacon - but even so, they were gone before they even cooled! Will definitely make these again. ***Edit: After the first batch, these have since been known by my friends as "bacon delights" and is easily the most requested item at parties. Sad, really, considering all the other goodies I make. In fact, I have people show up now with a pound of bacon and a box of crackers just so I have no excuse to not make them! I have found that cooking them on a rack inside the cookie sheet works best, they are far less greasy than cooking directly on the cookie sheet. Warning, though...once you make these you'll be making them for life.
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I don't know how you could go wrong with bacon and brown sugar in any combination. I saw this...