Just when I thought I’d never see avocado toast again, instagram feed, and the whole post about it pops up. Yes, there are many toast recipes out there. Some recipes venture into savory territory, such as mushroom toast with arugula and slow-roasted tomato and ricotta varieties. Some even border on authenticity and quirkiness, like the yogurt toast trend that once took the internet by storm. Despite these, there is no doubt that avocado toast is the gold standard. Because we really love avocado toast recipes, no matter how timeless and trendy they are.
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15 Avocado Toast Recipes That Redefine Trends
Avocado toast has just the right amount of good fat and energy-giving carbs. Plus, the fact that assembly took him less than five minutes makes it an almost perfect breakfast. As we’ve learned over the past few years, the avocado toast recipe has stuck. That’s why we took the time to reinvent this combo with bold flavors and rich textures.
Ahead you will find all sorts of variations of avocado toast recipes. Whether you’re looking for a quick breakfast recipe, a weekend brunch recipe, or a delicious midday snack, these 15 Avocado His Toast Recipes will find you a new favorite or two (or three!) I guess. You can thank me later.
Sunday night avocado toast with jammy egg
Why we love it: Blistered tomatoes, all the condiments, and a perfect egg go into the bar. Just kidding, they make a great toast! This recipe is a step up from the basic avocado toast. With these juicy tomatoes you get an incredible flavor throughout, enhanced by all the mouthwatering jammy egg and bagel seasonings. I mean, just take a look.
Hero Ingredients: Definitely have to go with that egg. If you follow the 8-minute method, you’ll get just the right amount of melted yolk and a perfectly set egg. i’m obsessed with it.
Avocado Toast with Kale Pesto and Crunchy Vegetables
Why we love it: As the name suggests, this avo toast packs a lot of crunch. With radishes (or cucumbers!) and fresh herbs, there’s no shortage of texture contrast. Again, this recipe is an upgrade to avocado toast that is welcomed and appreciated. You can use whatever herbs you have on hand, but favorites include basil, mint, chives, and coriander.
Hero Ingredients: This avocado toast is topped with kale pesto and has all sorts of nutty and garlicky flavors and even nutrients. Easy to prepare and even easier to enjoy.
Avocado toast with egg and frize
Why we love it: For a change of pace, try this recipe with frize (also known as curly endive) and wonderful whole-grain mustard. It takes all the familiar ingredients of avocado toast and shakes it up with peppery frize and spicy stone ground mustard. In addition, the classic fried egg on top oozes out just the right amount of toast to warm your heart.
Hero Ingredients: I love adding mustard. Bring rich flavor and a touch of excitement to your party.
Tuna and Avocado Toast, Baked Tomato and Pesto
Why we love it: A nice fusion of salad and avocado toast? Sounds like a dream. Create something truly magical with toasted sourdough sprinkled with kale pesto, mashed avocado, crunchy cucumber, garlic roasted tomatoes, oily tuna and a handful of fresh basil. Along with its flavor, this recipe is packed with healthy fats and protein to keep you feeling satisfied for longer. This is on my weekday lunch calendar so give it a try. You won’t regret it.
Hero Ingredients: Fresh basil definitely goes well with cake. Give it a pat before layering it on toast to wake up each scent.
avocado toast bar
Why we love it: When our favorite toast and hosting meet, all is well. This DIY Avocado Toast Bar does just that. Make it happen at your next brunch by choosing your favorite toppings, setting the stage, and everyone creating their own creations. Fun topping ideas include watermelon radishes, chickpeas, beets, sprouts, fresh lemon juice, and red pepper flakes. Only half the fun is in making it yourself, and the other half is reserved for finding out what your guests have made.
Hero Ingredients: Toppings are customizable, so I go with the hero method. To make things easier, prep all your toppings ahead of time so when you’re ready to serve, all you have to do is slice the avocado and toast the bread.
Avocado Wasa Cracker Breakfast Toast
Why we love it: This avocado cracker and toast hybrid is really delicious. And it’s incredibly easy. Simply lay out a few slices of your favorite multigrain cracker, top with egg and radish, and finish each cracker with olive oil, fresh dill, red pepper flakes, and S&P. The result is crunchy, sustainable meals and snacks you can eat at any time of the day. Best place? It only takes about 10 minutes.
Hero Ingredients: I love sprinkling red pepper flakes on my avocado toast. Brings just the right amount of kick to each delicious bite.
smashed avocado toast
Why we love it: If you thought you knew the recipe for upgraded avocado toast, think again. This version of Two Hands NYC takes things to the next level. Basically, it’s exactly like any other avocado he toast you know and love, starting with thick-sliced crispy sourdough his bread base smeared with mashed avocado. But things get interesting as we move on to the toppings. Along with the perfect poached egg, this toast includes a mixture of pickled red onions, pickled or fresh Fresno chiles, salted pepita, and some fresh herbs. A combination not to be missed.
Hero Ingredients: In this recipe, red pepper flakes are replaced with thinly sliced Fresno chili to bring even more spiciness to the table.
Why we love it: As promised, the no-toast avocado toast recipe is here. Not only are sweet potatoes packed with great nutritional properties, such as high fiber levels, immune-boosting abilities, and beneficial effects on the gut, they taste really good. Really, you can eat it every day (sometimes!). In this ‘toast’ recipe, it’s roasted until caramelized and topped with whatever you like. Fresh herbs, Greek yogurt, avocado and sriracha make a winning team.
Hero Ingredients: Must go with the sweet potato itself. The secret is to bake in a frying pan after the potatoes have finished baking. This gives it a perfectly caramelized texture with freshly charred edges and a hint of bitterness. Think of a really freshly baked marshmallow.
spicy avocado toast
Why we love it: In the avocado toast recipe system, this is one of the tried and tested toasts. This recipe brings you back to basics with a simple but lovely combination of toast, avocado, fried egg, red pepper flakes and fresh coriander. It’s a formula you can’t go wrong with. Like your favorite sweater or blanket, it’s always cozy and comfortable.
Hero Ingredients: A healthy squeeze of lime on top brings out the citrus acidity of the creamy avocado.
sweet potato guacamole toast
Why we love it: And we came back with more sweet potatoes! For this recipe, it’s sliced, roasted, and topped with red onions, watermelon radishes, microgreens, cilantro, lime juice, and, of course, avocado. They are cut into very cute hand held shapes so they are very easy to grab and eat. This is definitely breakfast or lunch, but these little potato toasts make a pretty great snack too. What can’t you love?
Hero Ingredients: The subtle warmth that the raw red onion brings to this toast is unparalleled and unlike any avo toast you’ve ever had.
Why we love it: Avocado toast with hummus is something you don’t see very often, and that’s why it’s so great. Our delicious garlicky hummus with creamy avocado, red onion, cayenne pepper and roasted hemp seeds makes all the difference. Hummus and avocado have similar textures, so hemp seeds give your toast a nice crunch.
Hero Ingredients: Hemp seeds are not only crunchy, they are also packed with nutrients. One serving, or about 3 tablespoons, contains 8 grams of protein, 9 grams of fiber, and plenty of omega-3 fatty acids. Sounds like a win-win.
Why we love it: When it comes to popular avocado toast recipes, this definitely ranks high on the list. Crushed avocado lays the foundation for blue cheese, thinly sliced pear, roasted walnuts, and a drizzle of honey, and you’ll want to pour a glass of crisp white wine as you savor each flavor this toast celebrates. These are great to serve as an appetizer, enjoy as lunch or dinner, or snack on as a mid-day indulgence. No matter how you slice it, don’t miss this one.
Hero Ingredients: The walnuts are toasted with a hint of cinnamon, giving them a warm and complex flavor that complements the savory notes. Sprinkle honey on top to create all kinds of depth.
Why we love it: These little tartines are layered with avocado, watercress, chopped edamame, capers, chives, and more, all topped with a signature almondaise sauce. As her Jeanine of Love & Lemons shares, Almond Daes is “a rich, creamy vegan her sauce made with almonds, almond her milk, turmeric, garlic and Dijon her mustard.” As the name suggests, it’s a great vegan alternative to traditional Hollandaise sauce to keep your breakfast light.
Hero Ingredients: There’s nothing quite like salty capers that bring a little saltiness to every bite.
Why we love it: Back to basics, this avo toast with poached eggs and Parmesan cheese is traditionally delicious. Plus, this recipe includes a poached egg hack that makes things super easy. Serve with sliced heirloom tomatoes and fresh herbs for an unmistakable classic. Here is a simple avocado toast recipe.
Hero Ingredients: The shaved Parmesan gives this toast a nutty, salty flavor that complements everything around it.
Why we love it: As promised, this is one of the most advanced avocado toast recipes on our list. Lots of interesting flavors when unpacking. First, toast is topped with dried tomatoes, kalamata olives, avocado, and sprinkled with lemon juice. It is then dusted with toasted dukkah and topped with simmered eggs, red pepper flakes, microgreens and feta cheese. weather.
Hero Ingredients: Dukkah is a mixture of toasted seeds, nuts and spices that is commonly used in Middle Eastern cuisine, but this Mediterranean toast offers a unique nutty flavor. We recommend that you keep an extra on hand. It’s easy to make and easy to use to enhance yogurt, oatmeal, salads, eggs, roasted vegetables, fruit, and more. It can also be used to give a nutty crust to soft cheeses, fish, hard breads, etc. Give me the Duka.
This post was originally published on August 7, 2015 and has since been updated.