When did we stop eating BLT's? I remember when I was growing up that it was a summertime mainstay. Maybe it's because we became too conscious of how greasy and fat the bacon was or how salty it was. This afternoon for lunch, Thomas and I put a twist on it and had a very satisfying light lunch. For all those that are gluten intolerant, I suggest you use Kinnikinnick White Sandwich Bread in order to enjoy this toasty sandwich.
3 slices deli sliced turkey breast meat
2 slices Jennie-O turkey bacon
1 fresh whole tomato - sliced
Fresh baby butter lettuce
2 slices toasted Nature's Own Honey Wheat Light (only 40 calories a slice)
1 slice Muenster or Provolone cheese (optional)
Light Mayo or Light Miracle Whip (optional)
1.) Cook bacon in a George Foreman or similar inside grill
2.) Toast bread
3.) Put together your sandwich and enjoy with some scrumptious pop-Chips (http://popchips.com/, they are so tasty and can be found at The Granary or any local health food store) or kettle cooked chips.