Vegetarians can certainly enjoy Cobb Salad with just a few changes. I'm not one to follow a salad recipe but I really need to because what happens is that I always start adding things that simply don't belong and before you know it, I'm off the deep end.
The main change is the bacon. There are a lot of different types of Vegetarian bacon on the market. Today I used MorningStar's version which is fairly good though I generally don't care for the coloring that they use. Another option is a nice Hickory smoked Tempeh bacon that can be found at a number of Health Food stores. The Morning Star works well because it's thinner and tends to be a little more crispy.
To make the Cobb you will need:
Romaine lettuce chopped and washed
2 Hard boiled eggs
Wedges of Lemon
Blue Cheese Crumbles
Blue Cheese Dressing
Instead of mixing everything together try and make layers of the vegetables and ingredients. Too many ingredients in a Cobb such as the avocado and eggs will get mushed up if you mix it all together in a bowl. Layer all ingredients several times and then end with some eggs on top, then sprinkle the dressing on top, followed by a good squeeze of a lemon wedge.
For a different serving idea, serve them in wide mouth jars or Martini glasses.