Avocado Toast Three Ways

Avocado Toast for Breakfast ideasAvocado toast is seriously all the rage right now. Go into any trendy New York City restaurant and they have found a way to incorporate it into their menu, meanwhile the hashtag is exploding on Instagram. So bottom line, serve avocado toast at your next hosting venture if you want to appear in the know. Today I wanted to share three ways to serve avocado toast so no matter what time of day you are hosting, it will feel appropriate, filling, and of course be delish…

Avocado Toast with with eggs recipe

Brunch: Avocado Toast with a fried egg on top as a swap to your usual bagel bar. {Each of these recipes start the same way… lightly toasting whole wheat hearty toast and layering on a thick helping of avocado. Personally I like to mash my avocado in a bowl and mix in a bit of black pepper before smearing on my toast. It tastes creamy like guacamole but more importantly it’s so much less messy to eat than slices!} For this recipe, begin as I explained and then fry an egg on your stove top. Allow the egg to cool so the egg yolk is no longer runny and then slice in half before placing on top of your avocado toast.

Avocado Toast with grilled chicken and cucumbers recipe

Lunch: Avocado Toast with grilled chicken and sliced cucumber as a swap to wraps or deli meats. I actually created this combo on my own because plain avocado toast at lunch never truly fills me up. By adding a healthy helping of chicken and cucumber we are talking about a way more filling meal. I bought fresh organic chicken cutlets and cooked on my stove top in light olive oil and then diced them into small pieces. Next I sliced a cucumber and alternated placing the chicken and cucumber on top of my avocado toast.

Avocado Toast with cherry tomatoes and red pepper flakes recipe

Happy Hour: Chips and dips are out, spicy avocado toast is in! I am obsessed with this spicy mix of avocado toast topped with cherry tomatoes, red chili powder and red pepper flakes. If serving alongside a cheese plate I recommend cutting into smaller bite-sized slices.

I would love to hear your favorite version of avocado toast! Make sure to comment in my section below!!