Oh, avocado toast, how could we get through the day without you? You're so versatile. So delicious. So healthy. Such a creamy crunchy combination of our favorites. These 10 avocado toast recipes include fancy ways to dress up this breakfast staple for a nutritional, exciting start to your day.
Ashley Melillo | Blissful Basil
Try sprucing up your avocado toast with fresh heirloom tomatoes. The juicy, ripe tomatoes add a bit of crunch to the creamy avocado, tangy balsamic, and crumbly toast, making a satisfying combination of textures. Plus, tomatoes are rich in vitamin A, C, and E, as well as antioxidants. Get the recipe here.
Lindsay from Love & Olive Oil
Another great avocado toast addition is goat cheese. The soft cheese is tangy and slightly salty, adding a good amount of flavor to plain avocado. Sprinkling red pepper flakes and sea salt on top gives this morning meal just the right amount of zest. Not to mention, goat cheese has fewer calories than most cheeses. Get the recipe here.
What's dukkah, you ask? It's an incredibly flavorful Egyptian seed, nut, and spice blend. What could be better for avocado toast? It's loaded with ground and toasted pine nuts, pistachios, coriander seeds, sesame seeds, cumin seeds, pink salt (or sea salt), and pepper. Add a little lemon juice and olive oil for a unique breakfast experience. Get the recipe here.
Avocado toast's favorite pairing is eggs, because obviously they are an egg-cellent source of protein to get you started for the day. This recipe uses mashed avocado spritzed with lime juice and seasoned with salt and pepper and calls for an egg fried in a low-cal non-stick spray (like coconut oil). Add it to your favorite toast, like ciabatta, and enjoy! Get the recipe here.
How Sweet It Is
Mexican food always pairs well with avocado (guacamole...duh!). This toast recipe calls for Mexican grilled sweet corn, lime juice, crumbled queso fresco, cilantro, salt, pepper and paprika all on top of avocado toast. It's tangy, creamy, crunchy, zesty, and everything you've ever wanted. Plus, corn can help lower cholesterol and is packed with vitamins and minerals. Get the recipe here.
Peden + Munk | Bon Appu00e9tit
This version of avocado toast calls for thinly sliced crunchy cucumber, tahini (a sesame seed oil spread), lime juice, hot red pepper flakes, and a drizzle of olive oil. It's refreshing, nutty, tangy, and seasoned to perfection. Cucumber is a great way to pack in extra antioxidants and vitamin K, as well as reduce inflammation. You've gotta try the recipe here.
Meagan from A Zesty Bite
Low-fat cream cheese and smoked salmon are just the right combo for avocado toast. The smoky, salty salmon, milky soft cheese, strong red onions, and pickled capers add intense flavor to what could have been a boring piece of toast. Salmon has lots of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which are all important for your diet. Get the recipe here.
Andrea Bemis | Dishing up the Dirt
This avocado toast features a tangy, sweet, refreshing relish made from pomegranate seeds, red onion, toasted pistachios, parsley, pomegranate molasses, and more! It's a great mixture to top off the morning (or whenever you choose to eat the toast). Not to mention that pomegranate is like number one with antioxidants and pistachios add a little extra protein. Get the recipe here.
Liz DellaCroce | The Lemon Bowl
This breakfast recipe is super easy, healthy, and delicious! With fresh cottage cheese (which is low in fat and an excellent source of calcium), ripe tomatoes, and sliced avocado, this toast has about 440 calories for 2 slices. It's important to pack in calories earlier in the day so that you can burn them off all day long. Get the recipe here.
The Housewife In Training Files
This recipe is great for breakfast or even a fancy appetizer. With succulent, ripe strawberries and sharp blue cheese, this avocado toast takes a salty-sweet spin on your traditional morning toast. Also, strawberries are full of vitamins and antioxidants. Get the recipe here.
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