Now this one is a classic in its own right. Avo on toast came and conquered our hearts, er, our stomach rather, and we haven’t looked back since. why should we, it just works.
I like avo on toast with softish boiled egg, chia seeds and some greens. I think this is a great carb, protein and fat combo.
Always choose good quality bread. Don’t go for the cheap toast bread that has not a lot to do with a real bread anymore. Go for the good stuff that you know in return will be good for you.
I like rye sourdough. Not only I love the taste, I feel it agrees with me more than white loaf made with yeast. That’s my personal preference but I would encourage you to be mindful when choosing your bread. Look at the label. If it has a lot of ingredients you don’t understand, sugar, or gluten as a separate ingredient – run away as quickly as possible. Bread shouldn’t have preservatives. It shouldn’t have sugar in it, and it definitely shouldn’t have added gluten. These are the things that make bread unhealthy for you. The smaller and simpler the ingredient list the better.
I know avo on toast is so simple it’s not really a recipe of any kind. It’s such a great, universal breakfast I just had to include it in breakfast repertoire and write about it. And take some photos for you. And eat the avo toast straight after the shoot. Because it’s so great. I know there are people that haven’t converted to avo on toast – including my husband. He gets the egg on toast version and I can eat all the avocado. I think we are both winners here.
Fuel Your Body, Charge Your Day
- ½ avocado
- 1 soft boiled egg
- green leaves of your choice (I used lambs lettuce)
- slice of rye bread
- chia seeds
- salt and pepper
- Toast the bread to your liking.
- Put green leaves of your choice on the toast.
- Lay sliced avocado on the toast. Season with salt and pepper.
- Peel and slice the egg. Lay on the toast.
- Sprinkle with chia seeds.