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BLTA Flatbread Pizzas

by Laura

Easy breezy summer! That seems to be the theme of the recipes I am sharing with you all this week. This is my variation on the typical BLT sandwich. I turned it into BLTA flatbread pizzas using one of my favorite recipes for flatbread! You only need 1 ingredient to make the flatbread and it takes 3 minutes! It’s made using refrigerated biscuit dough.

The flatbread then gets topped with guacamole, that is where the “A” comes into this sandwich – “A” for avocado! It’s like the sauce for this cold version of pizza. You can make your own guacamole, but I just used store bought Wholly Guacamole on these. The guacamole really ups the flavor and adds a nice creaminess element. Then you just need to add your B, L, and T!

I personally like Kirkland or Wrights brands for the bacon. I also like it nice and crispy! For the lettuce, I used baby field greens. However, feel free to use what you like. And for the tomatoes, I just quartered up some grape tomatoes. But any tomato you want will work on these BLTA flatbread pizzas.

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BLTA Flatbread Pizzas

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BLTA Flatbread Pizzas | realmomkitchen.com

BLTA Flatbread Pizzas


  • 1 flatbread recipe
  • 1 cup prepared guacamole
  • 2 cups baby field greens
  • 10 slices of bacon cooked and crumbled
  • 1 pt grape tomatoes, quartered


  1. Top each prepared flatbread with 2 Tbsp guacamole.
  2. Top with about 1/4 cup of greens followed by bacon and tomatoes.
  3. Makes 8 pizzas.
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Recipe adapted from The Reluctant Entertainer.

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