• Difficulty Easy


A great caesar toasted sandwich recipe from symply too good to be true book 5.

Ingredients (Serves 2)

  • cooking spray
  • 30g 97% fat-free bacon short cuts diced
  • 4 slices 9 grain bread or white low GI bread
  • 1 boiled egg chopped
  • 1½ teaspoons grated parmesan cheese
  • 4 teaspoons 99% fat-free Caesar dressing
  • 1 cup lettuce shredded


  1. In a small non-stick frypan that has been coated with cooking spray, fry bacon until browned. Place all the ingredients into a small mixing bowl, except bread, combine well. Toast bread slices. Place mixture onto 2 slices of toast then top with remaining toast slices.
 Not suitable to be frozen. 

 Dietitian’s Tip:

Annette’s Caesar recipe is lower in fat and sodium (salt) than the traditional recipe. This makes it a great choice for people with diabetes, heart disease or those purely interested in improving their health by making better food choices.

  • sounds good to make a sandwich this way. Can’t wait to try it.


  • Oh wow, haven’t come across this but it sounds wonderful!


  • how good would this be for a Sunday brunch!


  • Caesar salad is one of my fave things to eat, so I love this recipe idea and I’m definitely going to run with it.


  • This looks amazing – thanks for sharing.


  • My husband might like this !


  • This sounds like a delicious way to serve up bacon and eggs on toast. Can’t wait for the weekend to give it a shot.


  • This sounds like a delicious way to serve up bacon and eggs on toast. Can’t wait for the weekend to give it a shot


  • You forgot the anchovies! Mmmmmmmm.


  • This looks so yum – thank you.


  • Fantastic recipe – thanks for sharing.


  • A different take on the normal caesar salad. Thanks for posting.


  • This sounds fantastic and just what I need to make that special toasted sandwich. Can’t wait to try it


  • OMG I so want to make this for bunch this Sunday-our new family tradition, brunch every Sunday


  • This looks so yummy. We love caesar salad in our home and I know my son would love this for school.


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