With just five ingredients (plus sea salt to taste), these Bacon Avocado Wraps are my autoimmune protocol-friendly answer to B. L. T. sandwiches and one of my all-time favorite breakfasts or lunches. Fast, easy, and absolutely delicious–what’s not to like? Seriously, quick meals on the AIP usually involve reaching for some leftovers, throwing together a salad with whatever’s in the fridge, or making a smoothie with some frozen fruit. It’s easy to fall into a routine and stick to it even after you’ve gotten bored with it… or to give into temptation and fall off the wagon because you are tired of eating the same old thing. These wraps are my go-to when I need to shake things up a little and you can easily customize them to include whatever you have on hand! Use cooked chicken or ham instead of bacon or add some shredded carrots or mushrooms. The world is your bacon avocado wrap!
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- In a skillet over medium heat, cook the bacon until crispy, about 10 minutes.
- Lay the bacon, avocado, onion, and olives across the lettuce leaves, sprinkle with salt, and roll up into wraps to eat.