Breakfast BLT

Breakfast BLT made with center cut bacon, lettuce, tomato and egg on whole wheat bread.

Add a fried egg or hard boiled egg to a classic BLT sandwich and you have the perfect breakfast sandwich (or have it for lunch).

Add a fried egg or hard boiled egg to a classic BLT sandwich and you have the perfect breakfast sandwich (or have it for lunch). If sandwiches are not your thing, you can browse through all my breakfast recipes here.

Add a fried egg or hard boiled egg to a classic BLT sandwich and you have the perfect breakfast sandwich (or have it for lunch).

I love BLTs, they remind me of my mom’s luncheonette she owned when I was a teenager. Back then, I can’t tell you how many bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches I ate. But I never tried one with an egg, until I saw my friend John Ondo post one on his Facebook wall – mind blown!

If you like your egg runny, fry it up! If you like a firm yolk, cover the skillet and keep it on low until the yolk sets. Hard boiled eggs, sliced up think would also make a great alternative.

Variations

  • Swap the bacon for turkey bacon
  • Add slices of avocado to the sandwich
  • Make it gluten-free with gluten-free bread

Add a fried egg or hard boiled egg to a classic BLT sandwich and you have the perfect breakfast sandwich (or have it for lunch).Breakfast BLT made with center cut bacon, lettuce, tomato and egg on whole wheat bread.Breakfast BLT made with center cut bacon, lettuce, tomato and egg on whole wheat bread.

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Add a fried egg or hard boiled egg to a classic BLT sandwich and you have the perfect breakfast sandwich (or have it for lunch).
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BLT Egg Sandwich

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288 Cals 21 Protein 21 Carbs 14.5 Fats
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
Yield: 1
COURSE: Breakfast, Lunch
CUISINE: American
Breakfast BLT made with center cut bacon, lettuce, tomato and egg on whole wheat bread.

Ingredients

  • 3 slices center cut bacon, such as oscar mayer
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 slices light whole wheat bread, such as Arnold light (or gluten-free bread)
  • 2 to 3 iceberg lettuce leaves
  • 2 thin slices beefsteak tomatoes
  • 1 tablespoon light mayo

Instructions

  • Heat a medium nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add the bacon and cook, 5 to 6 minutes, turning halfway until crisp. When cooked, set aside on a paper towel and wipe some of the fat, leaving a little to cook the egg. Crack the egg, cover and cook until the yolk is set.
  • Meanwhile, toast the bread. Assemble the sandwich by putting the mayo on the bottom, then the egg, then the lettuce, bacon and tomatoes. Cut in half and eat right away.

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Nutrition

Serving: 1sandwich, Calories: 288kcal, Carbohydrates: 21g, Protein: 21g, Fat: 14.5g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Cholesterol: 193mg, Sodium: 681mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 3g
Blue Smart Points: 6
Green Smart Points: 8
Purple Smart Points: 6
Points +: 8
Keywords: BLT with egg, breakfast bacon lettuce tomatoe egg sandwich, Breakfast BLT, breakfast sandwich

Photo credit: Jess of Plays Well with Butter

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18 comments

  1. This looks so good! Unfortunately, I don’t think Arnold makes the light breads anymore (not listed anywhere on their website). Can anyone make a recommendation on something similar? I have used the Sara Lee Delightful breads in the past, but the slices are teeny tiny and don’t look anywhere nearly as robust as those pictured here of the Arnolds. Super interested in a similar product to that if available. I realize this is an older recipe so hoping someone sees this! Thanks!

    • There is a brand of bread I recently discovered, called Lewis Bake Shop – Healthy Life bread. There are several types of bread. The type I eat is the 100% whole wheat bread. It’s 35 calories per slice, and it is substantial bread. It doesn’t cut down on size or flavor at all. It’s delicious, and I think it’s better than the Sara Lee bread I had been eating previously. Don’t tell my husband or he might try to steal my new bread! =) I hope this helps you, and you can find the bread. Good luck!

  2. I have been making them for years and call it a BELT sandwich, exactly as you described, but with NO mayo. It rally is tasty without extra fat.

  3. This was so yummy! I swapped the light mayo for mashed avocado and added some red pepper flakes. Definitely going to make again!

  4. It’s hard to beat a good breakfast sandwich, and this one looks incredible!

  5. Wouldn’t turkey bacon be better? Less points? 

    • The bread is the bad part of the sandwich, not the bacon. Make some keto cloud bread from eggs and you’ll be fine. Do not be afraid of fat. Great recipe. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Gina, what type of light mayo would you recommend? Thank you!

  7. If I want BLT for lunch, can I cook the bacon time ahead? I mean, early in the morning?

    • I pre-cooked center cut bacon a week ago to follow one of the SkinnyTaste meal plans and it went great. I slightly undercooked it but I don’t even know if that was necessary.

  8. OMG that tomato looks delicious!!

  9. My version…
    Tne BLATCH…

    BACON…
    LETUCE/SPINACH….
    AVACODO…
    TOMATO…
    CHEESE…

    Messy, but yummy…

  10. I noticed that the calories you list are not accurate in quite a few of your recipies. In this particular one, the bread in the sandwich is 220 calories and then the egg is 75 and when you add the turkey bacon and all the other items it is well over 288 calories. I like the recipe but I wish the nutritional info was accurate.

    • Good news! The bread Gina used (and mentioned in the recipe) is a great calorie deal at only 80 calories for TWO slices! Isn’t that terrific! Now you can have your g read and eat it, too! 😉
      Arnold® Bakery Light™ Bread 100% Whole Wheat.
      Excellent source of fiber.
      1/3 less calories than regular wheat bread.
      Per 2 Slice serving.
      80 Calories.
      0g sat fat, 0% DV.
      160mg sodium, 7% DV.
      2g sugars.

      • Have your bread and eat it , too. Darn typo!

      • Thanks for posting the details on the bread used. The thin sliced bread I use is a few more calories so now I know how to adjust. If your bread is substantially higher in calories, I am sure it would be lovely as an open-faced sandwich as well!

    • That is definitely not light bread. Light bread is only 1 point per a slice. I use nature’s harvest light multigrain. It is also only 40 calories a slice