Honey Cream Cheese & Turkey Bacon on Artisan Bread

Rich cream cheese with good quality honey and Ceylon cinnamon on one of my favorite Artisan breads, raisin and walnut ciabatta, and a slice of crispy salty turkey bacon make a well-balanced healthy open-faced breakfast sandwich. Just add a handful of fresh organic summer grapes on the side and it’s all you need in the morning or maybe for lunch.

Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

I keep pre-cooked turkey bacon in my freezer pantry, so it only takes five to ten minutes to put this sandwich together. If you need to cook your bacon first, allow some extra time and of course, any kind of bacon can be used.

Check out my post “Freezer Pantry Breakfast Staples for Quick Real Food Meals” for tips on Easy Real Food Recipes. Keeping a well stocked freezer pantry is one way to prepare real food meals quickly and easily.

Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

THE YUMMY REAL FOOD INGREDIENTS

Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

To begin, let some cream cheese rest in a small bowl at room temperature until it’s soft. Then add some good quality honey and Ceylon cinnamon and mix with a spoon until completely combined.

Next, cut four slices from a loaf of Artisan bread, mine is a raisin and walnut ciabatta. Then either warm up four slices of pre-cooked turkey bacon from your freezer pantry or cook four slices fresh.

Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

Now, wash and drain a bunch of organic red grapes and lightly toast the four slices of bread. I always buy organic grapes to avoid toxins, since the fruit skin is eaten. Then spread a generous amount of the honey cream cheese with cinnamon on each slice of toast.

Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

Finally, top each piece of creamy spicy toast with a slice of crispy turkey bacon or use any kind of bacon you prefer. Or leave the bacon off completely for a non-meat version. Place a small bunch of juicy healthy red grapes on the side of the sandwich, serve and ENJOY!

Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

My turkey bacon choice is Columbus All Natural Hickory Smoked Uncured Turkey Bacon, made leaner with real turkey thighs. It’s gluten-free, has no nitrates or nitrites added and no MSG. The ingredients are turkey, water, vinegar, sea salt, raw sugar and celery powder. One slice is 6 grams of protein, 45 calories and 2 grams of fat.

For easy stress-free shopping, find some of my favorite non-perishable recipe ingredients, including Simply Organic Ground Ceylon Cinnamon, in our Vitacost.com Healthy Living Shop or some of my “Featured Kitchen Favorites” in our Walmart.com Shop or try our Personal Care & Tea Shop. They contain links to online stores where I like to shop.

Honey Cream Cheese & Turkey Bacon on Artisan Bread

    Honey Cream Cheese, Artisan Bread and Turkey Bacon

    PRINT


    Prep Time: 10 Minutes     Cook Time: No Cooking     Yield: 4 Servings


    Ingredients

    • 4 oz. Organic Cream Cheese, Softened (Organic Neufchatel Cream Cheese Can be Used if Less Fat is Preferred)
    • 2 Tablespoons Honey (Use the Best Quality You Can Get, Local if Possible)
    • 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon (I Used Organic Ceylon Cinnamon)
    • 4 Slices Uncured Turkey Bacon (I Keep Uncured Turkey Bacon Pre-Cooked in My Freezer Pantry for Quick Easy Use)
    • 4 Slices Artisan Bread (I Used a Raisin and Walnut Ciabatta Bread)
    • 1/2 Cup Organic Red Grapes (I Always Buy Organic Grapes to Avoid Toxins, Since the Fruit Skin is Eaten)

    Preparation 

    1. To begin, let some cream cheese rest in a small bowl at room temperature until it’s soft.
    2. Then add some good quality honey and Ceylon cinnamon and mix with a spoon until completely combined.
    3. Next, cut four slices from a loaf of Artisan bread, mine is a raisin and walnut ciabatta.
    4. Then either warm up four slices of pre-cooked turkey bacon from your freezer pantry or cook four slices fresh.
    5. Now, wash and drain a bunch of organic red grapes and lightly toast the four slices of bread. I always buy organic grapes to avoid toxins, since the fruit skin is eaten.
    6. Then spread a generous amount of the honey cream cheese with cinnamon on each slice of toast. 
    7. Finally, top each piece of creamy spicy toast with a slice of crispy turkey bacon or use any kind of bacon you prefer.
    8. Place a small bunch of juicy healthy red grapes on the side of the sandwich, serve and Enjoy!

    Vitacost.com

    Dianna’s Easy Real Food Recipes Blog

    This post contains affiliate advertising links, which means, at no extra cost to you, we will earn a referral fee to support our website if you click-through and purchase some of our favorite products.

    Author: Dianna

    Dianna Donnely is the Author of “Heart Seasons: The Rainbow Revelation” and a Blogger who is passionate about "Easy Real Food Recipes" made with wholesome ingredients. A theme that runs throughout “Heart Seasons” is the heroine Lily’s love of nutritious foods and cooking, making it a natural transition to the next publishing adventure. A series of “Easy Real Food Recipes” cookbooks!

    6 thoughts

    Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.