I looooveeeee avocado toast! Why do I love it? It’s simple to make, healthy and delicious! I know I’m not the only one who loves it as much as I do!
I order it out a lot when I go to brunch or go for lunch because it’s a healthy option. I am not a fan of eggs, so that automatically makes my options more limiting. I have a huge sweet tooth and I tried to cut out excess sweets where I can. So I’ll usually stick with avocado toast instead of pancakes or french toast. One of my favorite coffee shops, Barnie’s has one of the best avocado toasts I’ve ever had!
I’ve tried a lot of different kinds of avocado toast. I’ve had varying toppings and some with sliced versus mashed avocado. I have found that mashed avocado makes it easier to include toppings without everything sliding off. There’s a hint of citrus with this toast which is a nice combo with lime. Sometimes I’ll swap the lemon oil for olive oil and lime juice. It’s equally as good and is a nice substitute if you do not have lemon oil on hand.
I wanted to recreate a recipe that’s similar to theirs. It has a nice balance of flavor and textures. It’s extremely quick and easy to make! It’s one of my favorite breakfasts to make when I want something filling and quick to whip up. Check out the recipe below for the simple ingredient list and easy instructions for the best avocado toast!
- Multi-grain bread
- Lemon oil
- Chili powder
- Sprouts (optional)
- Slice up your bread into two pieces at your desired thickness.
- Place toast in your toaster oven. If you do not have a toaster, you can heat up your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- As your bread is toasting, slice up your avocado and place it in a bowl. With a fork, mash up the avocado as smooth as you can get it.
- Once your toast is ready, spread the mashed avocado on it.
- Then add the lemon oil on top.
- Next, add the sprouts. You can add as much or as little as you’d like.
- Finally top with a sprinkle of chili powder.
If you make this recipe, tag me in your photos! Let me know in the comments below what you think of the recipe if you try it out!