Clean Eating

Bacon, Egg, and Avocado Sandwich

I needed something different for breakfast. I’m generally a creature of habit. However, after 2 weeks of one egg, 3 egg whites, and a couple pieces of bacon, I was ready for a change! I’ve been slacking on getting enough of my healthy fats in daily. So, I chose some avocados. I’m not a fan of it by itself, and decided it’d be great with some cream cheese. How did I know it’d be great with cream cheese?? Because EVERYTHING is good with a little cream cheese 😛

Avocado Bacon Egg Ezekiel Sandwich

What you’ll need:

2 slices Ezekial Bread
2 Pasture Raised Eggs
1 T of Cream Cheese
33g of Avocado
2 Slices of Turkey Bacon
1 T Organic Earth Butter Spread
Garlic Powder
Onion Powder

1. Spray your skillet with non stick EVOO. Add your eggs and cook them to your liking. I like them just a little less than over medium. Remove from skillet and place to the side.
2. Add your bacon and cook them your your desired crispiness.
3. While bacon is cooking, mix together avocado, cream cheese, garlic and onion powder. I just sprinkled some of each on until I found a taste I liked. I would imagine it was 1/2 t of each.
4. Remove bacon from skillet and place to the side.
5. Add avocado spread on the inside of each bread slice and then your eggs, and bacon, and put the sandwich together.
6. Butter one of the outsides, and place that side down on the skillet. Add butter to the remaining side, and cook both sides until its crispy the way you like it 🙂

Eat and Enjoy!!

Avocado, egg, bacon sandwich

macros: 528cal /33f/ 33c / 25p



    In same small skillet, fry the eggs in reserved bacon grease over medium-low heat. Crack the yolks and flip. Place each egg on top of 2 pieces of toast. Cover each egg with 2 slices of bacon, 2 slices of tomato , and 2 slices of avocado. Top with another piece of toast and serve immediately.

    • Diane

      Yes! That could very easily be done as well! I personally have a thing against plain sliced avocado. It’s either got to be smooshed or cooked!

  • Denise

    Are there any plans that use NORMAL everyday grocery store items. These organic and high priced foods make this plan out of reach for most people.

    • Diane

      I use organic if its available, and if my budget allows. Most of the time though, it doesn’t. The way I see it, is that an apple, organic or not, is still better for you than a McDonalds Cheeseburger. I think it is absolutely ludicrous that healthy food in general, is so much more expensive than junk food. Dollar menus should be fully of healthy snacks instead of burgers and fried chicken sandwiches!