Guacamole BLT

Guacamole BLT
This has to be one of my favourite times of the year with all of the fresh field ripened tomatoes! I am a big fan of tomatoes and it is hard to beat a field ripened tomato so I have been picking them up by the basket full lately. Of course one of the best ways to enjoy some tomatoes is in the ever so simple and yet ever so good, BLT! BLT's are great with just the bacon, lettuce and tomato but I always have fun adding different things and this time it was a cool and creamy guacamole . Guacamole and bacon are a fabulous flavour combo and the tomato and avocado combo is hard to beat so you know that this guacamole BLT sandwich is going to be a winner!

Guacamole BLT
Just look at the perfectly ripe tomato!

Guacamole BLT
This guacamole BLT can be a bit messy but it is definitely worth it!

Guacamole BLT

Guacamole BLT

Guacamole BLT

Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes Servings: 2

A BLT (Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato) sandwich with creamy and tasty guacamole!

  • 3 strips bacon
  • 2 slices bread, optionally lightly toasted
  • 1 leaf lettuce
  • 2 slices of ripe tomato
  • pepper to taste
  • 2 tablespoons guacamole
  • 1 tablespoons mayo (optional)
  1. Cook the bacon until crispy, assemble the sandwich and enjoy.


Minnie@thelady8home said...

That looks a sensational sandwich.....the tomatoes look so ripe and juicy. Lovely!

jeri said...

End of summer tomatoes are always the best, but that just might be the prettiest tomato I've ever seen. BLTs were already on the menu for this weekend, now I need to add avocado too. And since this is the last hurrah, I may just throw some lobster on there, why not? And top it off with some Kewpie-brand mayo. You inspire me.

vanillasugarblog said...

hi kevin!
sorry i've been m.i.a (took a wee break from blogging)
looks like a missed a few good ones from you
remember that tomato pie i made last summer?
you should make that and kick it up with your own twist.
today i loaded up on heirlooms; its the last time for a while sadly

anniebakes said...

this looks so good kevin, thanks for reminding me!!

Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious said...

This is definitely my kind of sandwich!

Minnie(@thelady8home) said...

This looks so gorgeously delicious!!!!! Perfect party dish.

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Joanne said...

How have I never thought of adding guac to a blt before!?!? Awesome idea.

Cocco said...

It is my first time here in your closet cooking, and was amazing. I will go looking inside it to more inspirational recipes XD
This recipe looks great! I supouse about the pics. Easy and look tasty

Thanks for sharing, and Congratulation about the blog!!!!

Sorry my english :S

From the Caribbean blue island

TheSavvyKitchen said...

What a good idea! L-O-V-E guacamole!

Nupur said...

ohh taht seems lovely BLT, although am vegetarian and dont eat Bacon..

I can surely amke out the texture and flavour in your pics..

motherrimmy said...

What a terrific idea to add guac - a much better alternative than the mayo my husband loves to slather on!

Christie {Pepper Lynn} said...

Those tomatoes are so mouthwatering! Thanks for sharing another awesome sandwich recipes - I'm always a fan of your combinations.

Anonymous said...

I love all of your pictures! Where do you take them to get the lighting so perfect?

Julia said...

So simple. The classic!

inigo boy said...

This looks really delicious, and I would love this on my lunchbox :)

Anonymous said...

Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato lovin it!

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Kevin said...

theicook: I am using an off camera flash mounted on a stand that is triggered remotely for my lighting. I hardy get any good natural sunlight in my place...

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to try this! I love BLTs, so I'm for sure gonna be making this soon!

Anonymous said...

This looks sensational. What type of bread did you use?

Kevin said...

Anonymous: Thanks! That bread was a multigrain and seed sourdough.

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