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Profile Pasta BLT Salad

Trade the bread for Profile Pasta with Profile-Watertown's take on this American classic. Enjoy crispy lettuce topped with ripe, juicy tomatoes and mouth-watering pieces of bacon. It's the healthy way to satisfy those BLT cravings guilt-free!

Profile Pasta Challenge - 2nd Place: Profile Pasta BLT Salad

We challenged our stores to create the ultimate Profile-approved cold pasta recipe. Each location submitted their top recipe to go head-to-head in the final taste test at Profile HQ. After much deliberation, the top three recipes were picked and a champion has been crowned. Stay tuned over the next three days as we release the top three recipes in our Profile Pasta Challenge!

Second Place: Profile Pasta BLT Salad
Created by Courtney Zietz, Profile Coach at Profile by Sanford – Watertown

Trade the bread for Profile Pasta with Profile-Watertown’s take on this American classic. Enjoy crispy lettuce topped with ripe, juicy tomatoes and mouth-watering pieces of bacon. It’s the healthy way to satisfy those BLT cravings guilt-free!


Profile Exchange values: 1.5 oz. protein, 1 cup veggies, 2 fats, 1 free food
– In Reboot exchange your afternoon bar for a shake.
– In Balance/Adapt it would be count as 1 starch.

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Number of Servings: 4

Serving Size: ¼ of the package of noodles

Ingredients:

  • ½ head lettuce
  • ½ cup bacon pieces
  • ½ cup Walden Farms Amazing Mayo
  • ¼ cup Kraft Olive Oil Mayo
  • 2/3 cup tomatoes
  • ¼ cup mozzarella cheese
  • 2 servings Profile Pasta

Directions:
Run your frozen profile pasta under warm water until thawed. Press between two paper towels to remove excess water. Chop and put in a large mixing bowl. Add the lettuce, tomato, mozzarella and bacon pieces and mix well.
In a separate small mixing bowl, mix the Olive Oil Mayo and Walden Farms Mayo together. Combine all ingredients and stir until mixed well.

Tip:
To add a little kick to your salad you could add 4 Tbsp. profile Caesar Dressing to the mix, which would count as an additional free food.