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These Easy BLT Bites are one of my favorite easy healthy snack ideas.
I have been on a BLT kick lately. I don’t know if it’s because I’m coming off of Bacon Month (see my posts here) or because there are so many fresh tomatoes this time of year.
I have been dreaming of BLTs. We have them for dinner at least once per week and I’ve been making my famous One Pot BLT Pasta, too.
The other day, while I was scavenging for a snack, I created these Easy BLT Bites. It’s an easy healthy snack idea.
These crumbled bacon pieces taste just like you made the bacon yourself. And, because all I had to do was open the package, the Easy BLT Bites took only minutes to assemble.
As I was enjoying my snack, I realized these would make a great party appetizer too. Just look at how pretty they are! Plus, they’re easy to make. It’s the perfect party combo!
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Easy Healthy Snack Ideas: Simple BLT Bites
Easy BLT Bites
- Onion and herb cream cheese
- Hormel Bacon Toppings
- Cherry tomatoes - sliced
- Italian parsley - minced
- Spread a layer of cream cheese on top of each cracker
- Top with Hormel Bacon Toppings (lightly press so bacon adheres to cream cheese)
- Place cherry tomato slices on top
- Sprinkle with minced parsley
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