6 Easy Ways to Majorly Step Up your Toast Game!

Toast.  The possibilities are endless.  I don’t know about you but I need substance in the morning.  I simply cannot do just a yogurt and fruit or anything along those lines.  And since I’m not a cereal girl and can’t eat pancakes or eggs n’bacon everyday, I’m sharing some of my all time FAVORITE toast recipes.  Super quick, easy and healthy.  Toast can be pretty boring sometimes.  However, with a few “staple” ingredients that most keep on hand, you can make any of these in 5 minutes or less!  Stop the toast and butter madness now!!  Well, actually.  Now that I think about it…my favorite way to eat toast is to get a piece of crusty sourdough or ciabatta and toast it till it’s really crusty.  Then just slather on some buttttaaaah.   Tear.  Why can’t that shizzz be nutritious?  It’s just not fair.  Anyways.  Step out of the box a little bit and try some of these babies.  Yum, yum and yum.  No photo demonstrations here.  You can’t really mess up toast!  These are DELICIOUS and so satisfying.  Now go make you some!

1.  Sunny Side Up Egg on Avocado Toast

I mean, come on.  This is amazing.  One of my favorite, favorite quick breakfast toasts!  Whole wheat (or whichever your fav is) with avocado spread on top, fried egg which takes 3 minutes, salt and peppaaa  oh AND, AND what I always, always drizzle just a little sriracha sauce on top.  


2.  Strawberry & Almond Butter

Honestly, this and the avocado egg toast might be tied.  This is equally amazing.  Just depends what I’m in the mood for.  Get some toast and spread some almond butter on it.  I’m obsessed with the Justin’s brand.  Get Justin’s.  It’s just really, really good.  Spread it on!  Slice up some strawberries and bananas.  Then top with Purely Elizabeth Original Granola and a good drizzle of honey.  I promise you this is a party in your mouth.  It is AMAZING.  

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This granola is incredible.  It’s a superfood really!  No refined sugar.  It’s sooooo good for you.  Gluten Free, Vegan, Organic, Non-GMO.  You get the idea.  But it seriously tastes amazing and it’s filled with goodness.

3. Chocolate Hazelnut Spread with Raspberries 

Mmmmmm if you are craving something sweet with your morning cup of coffee (which I do quite often), TRY THIS.  I used the Justin’s brand again.  They make a great chocolate hazelnut spread.  It has a lot less sugar than Nutella.  Spread some on toast, top with raspberries and a sprinkle of powdered sugar.  (High Five.)


4.  Ricotta Cheese with Strawberries

So I get it.  This is a little bit different.  Not everyone keeps ricotta cheese as a “staple” item in their home.  I do.  I eat it plain with a spoon.  I spread it on a sandwich with some spicy salami or prosciutto.  I add it to my chicken soup.  I like to put it on a piece of plain crusty bread.  ***Sigh*** I’m a cheese freak!  (Except for blue & goat which I hate, hate.)  Anyways, if you’re feeling adventurous…try this.  Spread ricotta on toast, top with strawberries and drizzle with honey and cinnamon.  


5.  Bacon, Egg and Avocado!

Mmmm it’s kinda like a BLT.  Sort of it.  Hard boiled Egg, Turkey Bacon, Avocado spread on toast.  Nom nom nom.  Oh and a little sriracha of course.  Boil eggs a head of time so they are ready and store in fridge!  This is delicious.  
And get yourself one of these fancy egg things.  I don’t know what they are called.  Wait for it….
Wait for it…..
Ah!  Look at that.  Perfectly sliced eggs.  I know you’re excited.  


6.  Kiwi Cream Cheese

Spread some cream cheese, lay some kiwi’s and pomegranate seeds on top!  That’s it.  That’s all I got.  It’s good and simple.  I didn’t save the best for last.  This is probably my least favorite.  Ha!  But it’s good.  

Now go make you some toast!

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