Introduction: Mini Inside Out BLT

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This summer our tomato crop failed to produce because of the heat. My husband brought me three beautiful small tomato's from our garden today. Oh, they were so sweet! I decided to make some inside out BLT's. These adorable BLT's would be great to pack for a school lunch instead of sandwiches. I loved the way they turned out. 

Step 1: Ingredients

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I had three tiny tomatoes so I did not need very many ingredients to make a batch. This would be a great recipe for those tiny leftovers. 

Crispy bacon 
Lettuce 
Small tomato with green stem
Toast
Miracle Whip (I was out of mayo, it would be better.)
Parsley optional
Salt and pepper. ( I did not feel it needed any more salt with the bacon so salty anyway. )
 
Additional items:
 
Tooth pick
Tiny star cookie cutter
Basic kitchen tools

 

Step 2: Dice

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Dice:
Lettuce
Bacon

Step 3: Slice

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Slice the top of the tomato as shown.
Slice a small sliver off the bottom so the tomato will stand alone.
Slice a circle around the center of the tomato as shown.
Scoop out the inside slightly so there will be enough room for the filling.

Step 4: Toast

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Cut toast with star cookie cutter.

Step 5: Mix

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Mix lettuce, bacon, and Miracle Whip. You just need a tiny bit of the dressing. 
Season to taste. 
Scoop a little bacon mixture into the tomato.
Add star using the tooth pick.
Top with tomato stem.
Garnish with parsley and small star. 
 

Step 6: Sunshiine's Final Thoughts

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I asked my husband what he thought of the stuffed tomato's and he said he could eat them twice a week that they were very good. I loved them! Who passes up bacon and tomato's? 

In closing I would like to thank our instructables company, sponsors, authors, readers, and members; for making this community a great success! Many hours and hard work has been put into making this place the best DIY on the Internet. I hope your day shines and thanks for stopping by!

Sunshiine


 

Comments

bajablue (author)2012-09-21

I'd eat that! ;-P~

sunshiine (author)bajablue2012-09-21

It was soooooo wonderful eating a fresh tomato after waiting all summer! I hope we get more before the big frost! Thanks for commenting! Hope your weekend shiines!
Sunshiine

Dusk Shadows (author)2012-09-20

Yummy!

sunshiine (author)Dusk Shadows2012-09-21

They were! I saved one for you! Come on over!

Dusk Shadows (author)sunshiine2012-09-21

I'm coming

Dusk Shadows (author)sunshiine2012-09-21

I'm coming

AussieAnglerGal (author)2012-09-20

haha so cool

Thanks for commenting! They were a lot of fun to make. But way better to eat!
Sunshiine

cool:)
i love blts..even despite finding a slug in one once..uck..LOL

II would never be able to eat it if I found one.

Kitana Kellaway (author)2012-09-20

Mmm cool delish

There were! Nothing like a fresh picked tomato from the garden! Thanks for stopping by! Hope your Friday shiines!
Sunshiine

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