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California BLT Croissant Recipe



 California BLT Croissant

Hi, I’m Sarah from Chef Next Door Blog and I’ve been brought onto the EpicureanDC team as a recipe developer and writer. You can check out my bio below to learn more about me, see where you can find me, and read more of my work.

Today I’m sharing with you one of my favorite sandwiches. It’s not a fancy or complicated sandwich, but it’s a darn good one. I’m taking the traditional BLT and kicking it up a notch, California style. Using a soft, fluffy croissant as the base, and adding creamy avocado for a little extra kick, you’ve got one flavorful and delicious sandwich on your hands. It’s quick and easy to make, which is great when you’re short on time. Serve it for lunch or even dinner with a bowl of soup or a salad. Enjoy!

5.0 from 10 reviews

California BLT Croissant
 
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 large Croissant, split in half
  • 1 tsp mayonnaise
  • ½ avocado, mashed
  • 3 slices cooked bacon, cut in half
  • 2 slices fresh tomato
  • 1 leaf of Bibb lettuce
Instructions
  1. Open the split croissant and spread the mayonnaise on the bottom half, then layer on the lettuce leaf, sliced tomatoes and slices of bacon. Spread the mashed avocado on the top half and close the sandwich.

 

Sarah Bates

About Sarah Bates

Sarah is the author behind The Chef Next Door blog and is a passionate baker and home cook who enjoys sharing food with family and friends. A mother to two teenage sons, she keeps busy with school and sporting events, and loves spending time with her family. Most days you can find her in the kitchen creating new recipes, but she also enjoys shopping, reading, and spending time outdoors.


26 thoughts on “California BLT Croissant Recipe

  1. All my pregnancy my biggest crave was bacon, I’m trying to lose the baby weight but I’m still craving bacon and this BLt looks fantastic.

  2. I didn’t even have to look at the ingredients, just looking at the sandwich had me drooling. I am so going to give this a try with turkey bacon. I’m like Victoria and don’t eat pork either.

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