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Avocado Toast Three Ways

Avocado Toast Three Ways
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Have you noticed the grand affinity people have for avocado toast lately? I had never heard of it until I started using Instagram about a year and a half ago and man! People really like to share pictures of their Avocado Toast! Being a foodie at heart, of course I was eager to try my hand at it and I would like to at this very moment admit to you that I eat a piece of Avocado Toast almost every morning for breakfast. Seriously, I can’t get enough of the stuff and the varieties are endless, truly. The three I’ve chosen to share with you today are my favorites.

Avocado Toast Three Ways from Jamie Cooks It Up!

Let me show you how easy (and tasty) they are…

Fried Egg Avocado Toast from Jamie cooks It Up!

Spicy Fried Egg Avocado Toast

Fried Egg and Avocado Toast

I always start with a nice hearty piece of whole wheat bread. Prairie Grain and Aspen Mills are both brands that I love. For this Spicy Fried Egg Avocado Toast, I allow the bread to get nice and toasted (I can’t tolerate soft toast, I like mine with a good crunch to it, but please feel free to toast yours on the lighter side if you so choose.) Add sliced avocado (or you can mash it with a fork if you like a fluffier texture) an egg over easy, salt and pepper and a nice drizzle of Frank’s Buffalo Sauce. I love the combination of salty/spicy and the creaminess of the avocado and the runny egg yolk. Yum! Love it. My Handsome Husband likes to drizzle Sriracha Sauce all over his. The man is a sucker for spicy food, I can tell you that.

This particular toast makes a great (fast) breakfast and with only about 260 calories. That’s pretty light and has a lot of protein to keep you filled up. 🙂

Southwest Avocado Toast!

Southwest Avocado Toast

Southwest Avocado Toast from Jamie Cooks It Up!

This yummy Southwest Avocado Toast is packed with layers of flavor, but a word to the wise here. The green taco sauce really makes it wonderful. Don’t skip it, friends. You could heap it with all kinds of different toppings, but the Green Taco Sauce really keeps it together. As you can see above, along with the Green Taco Sauce I added avocado, tomatoes, salt and pepper, cilantro, fresh lime juice and black beans. Yum!

Greek Avocado Toast from Jamie Cooks It Up!

Greek Avocado Toast

Greek Avocado Toast from Jamie Cooks It Up!!

This Greek Avocado Toast is my very favorite of the three. Layered on a nice crispy piece of toast is hummus, avocado, tomatoes, green onion and…

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…this fabulous All Purpose Greek Seasoning. Some of you might remember this seasoning from the fantastic Greek Feta and Tomato Dip that I posted during the holidays. The seasoning is seriously, the bomb. I dream about new things I can sprinkle it on! It’s easily found at your local grocery store. I’ve seen it at Walmart and Smiths (Kroger) as well. Yum! I love it. Feta cheese would be awesome sprinkled on this toast as well. I should have thought of that when I was taking pictures, I suppose. 🙂

Avocado Toast

There you have it, dear reader. Avocado Toast, made three ways. I hope some of you get a chance to try one or two. They really are a quick way to make something healthy, filling and delish. Hoping you love it as much as I do. Have a great day!

 

 



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2 Comments

  1. 1
    Erin R.
    March 23, 2016 at 10:07 am

    Runny yolks rule! I like to stab through and let it go down onto the toast. Ahh. Also, have you been to the new Penzey’s out on Draper? I got a tiny jar of sumac a couple of weeks ago and tried it out on avocado toast. It is a tart flavor, so if you like lime juice you might like the sumac. Good suggestions above!

  2. 2
    Bonnie
    March 23, 2016 at 5:20 pm

    I’ve been doing the egg, and avocado one a few years now. I really do enjoy that one. And yes, the hot sauce really gives it some lively flavor.

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