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BLT Wraps

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These BLT Wraps consist of crisp bacon, diced tomatoes, shredded lettuce and sliced avocados. The sauce is just not your average mayo, I have added a couple ingredients to spice it up. I enjoy BLT’s for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

One of my all time favorite breakfast foods is bacon. Honestly though, I could eat it day or night. There have been several times that I will fix a package of bacon to just eat on in the evenings. I may only get a couple pieces due to the fact that my boys love bacon as well, but its all good though. I use to be obsessed with Turkey Bacon, and still cook it up at times. But the Smoked Apple Bacon or Hickory Smoked Bacon is probably my favorite. Although this is the first time I have made wraps using bacon, I’m pretty sure this will be the only way I eat bacon sandwiches from now on.

Of all the ingredients I used, the avocados are the only thing my family won’t eat. This was the only time I have tried avocado with my bacon as well. I will say it was pretty darn delicious. Sprinkle a little salt, pepper and olive oil on the avocados and BAM you have a delicious snack. I’m also not a big fan of tomatoes, but when it comes to cherry tomatoes in pasta, salad or even these wraps, I really enjoyed them. For the sauce I wanted to add a little bit more flavor, instead of just the plain jane mayo. So when I searched my fridge, I came up with a spicy brown mustard that I thought would give the mayo and cream cheese a little boost.

BLT Wraps

I started off by cooking my bacon in a 400° oven for about 20 minutes. Cook to the desired crispness that you like, I like mine chewy with just a little bit of crispiness to it.

While the bacon was cooking, I sliced my cherry tomatoes in half and added to a bowl. I sprinkled the tomatoes with salt, pepper and olive oil, mixing well. Then I sliced the avocados and sprinkled them with salt, pepper and olive oil. Of course don’t forget your shredded lettuce. Once I got everything diced and sliced I started on my sauce. It consisted of mayo, cream cheese and brown spicy mustard.

BLT Wraps

After everything is prepared and ready to go, you will start assembling your wraps however you like. Take a couple spoon fulls of the sauce and spread out on the tortilla. On one side of the tortilla add the shredded lettuce, tomatoes, bacon and avocados.

BLT Wraps

BLT Wraps

BLT Wraps

Once you get all your ingredients on, you will roll up tight and cut in half. I cut mine at an angle to make it look a little fancy/sophisticated.  🙂

BLT Wraps

Look how pretty they turned out! These were so fun to make, not to mention they tasted amazing. Since I have a family of five, I ended up making two packages of bacon. I wanted to make sure these wraps had plenty of tasty bacon on them. As a result of all the bacon I cooked up, I was able to make six wraps total. They were pretty large, so only having one per person was plenty. I may have even had a little bit left over for lunch at work the next day. All in all, these were a huge hit at my house and will definitely be making again soon.

 

 


BLT Wraps

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

BLT Wraps

Ingredients

  • 1-2 packages of bacon
  • tortillas
  • 1 cup cherry tomatoes diced/sliced
  • 1 avocado sliced
  • 2 cups shredded lettuce
  • 4 oz cream cheese
  • 1 tablespoon mayo
  • 1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard
  • Dash of salt and pepper
  • 2 teaspoon olive oil

Instructions

  1. Preheat to 400° and cook bacon for 20-25 minutes. Until desired crispiness.
  2. In a small bowl, add diced tomatoes and sprinkle with salt, pepper and olive oil.
  3. In another bowl combine cream cheese, mayo and mustard. Mix ingredients well.
  4. Place the spread mixture on your tortillas, about 1-2 tablespoons, spread evenly. Top with shredded lettuce, tomatoes, avocados and bacon.
  5. Roll the wrap up tightly and cut in an angle.
  6. Viola! The perfect BLT Wrap

Notes

Will make about 4 tortillas with one package of bacon. If your like me and have a big family, you will have to fix 2 packages of bacon. This will make 8 tortillas just fine.

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BLT Wraps

Til next time,

Trish

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