Avocado Toast

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Cook Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 1

Course: Breakfast

Hello everyone and welcome back! Todays recipe is delicious and easy avocado toast. I wanted to add this in here, there are so so many toppings and seasonings you can put on your avocado toast. I will list a bunch, but feel free to add whatever! I hope you all love this recipe just as much as I do! 🙂

Semi-domesticated yeast was used for the first bread made in Egypt by a grinding tool called the Quern. The quern is a huge crushing rock. The Egyptians used it to crush the grain and then to role out the bread. Turns out that the Mesopotamians made the first yeast-risen bread also made by the quern (Live,1). The main ingredient for bread is always the flour. In this case, it is made from grains of a specific variety of wheat called emmer. The grains cultivated in ancient Egypt were wheat and barley (history,1). All of those grains were difficult to find.

Bread is high in carbs, low in micronutrients, and it has gluten and anti-nutrient contents. It’s often enriched with extra nutrients, and whole-grain or sprouted varieties may bestow several health benefits. In moderation, bread can be enjoyed as part of a healthy diet (grain,1-4). But, there are still many benefits to bread. Bread has fiber, Prebiotic properties, it can give you fuel for a longer time, gives you folic acid booste and it can also help you fight cancer. It is not just bread itself it is the fibers, vitamins and minerals in bread. Most bread doesn’t have all of these nutrients.

I have this dish for breakfast and sometimes lunch at least once a week, and I love it. You can smash the avocado and then put the seasonings in your smashed avocado or you can thinly cut the avocado and put the seasonings on top. I hope you all enjoy this recipe and use it because it is delicious. Have a great weekend.


❑ 1 Piece of any toast of your choice (Im using sourdough bread)

❑  ½ avocado peeled and seeded

❑ 1 Tablespoon of lime juice

❑ ½ Teaspoon Sriracha sauce (optional)

❑ Pinch of Garlic Salt

❑ Salt&Pepper

❑ 1 large Egg

❑ 1 Tablespoon chopped cilantro (optional)


  1. Grab your toast and put it in a toaster until golden brown and crispy.
  2. In a small bowl smash the avocado and add in the lime juice, Sriracha, garlic salt, salt&pepper as well as the cilantro and set aside
  3. Cook the egg however you like it. (poached, hardboiled, fried, scrambled. Im using fried)
  4. Once the toast is done add the avocado mixture, and top with fried egg and any extra seasonings. And Enjoy! ❤

Have a great weekend!!

4 thoughts on “Avocado Toast

  1. Love it!!! Well done 🙂

    JENNIFER WOODWARD, FDN-P, BCFWC Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner Jennifer Woodward Nutrition

    661-808-5114 jennifer@jenniferwoodwardnutrition.com http://www.jenniferwoodwardnutrition.com Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® health coaches do not diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease or condition. Nothing we share with our clients is intended to substitute for the advice, treatment or diagnosis of a qualified licensed physician. Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) Practitioners may not make any medical diagnoses or claim, nor substitute for your personal physician’s care. It is the role of a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner to partner with their clients to provide ongoing support and accountability in an opt-in model of self-care and should be done under the supervision of a licensed physician.


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  2. Good morning sweetheart! I’ve heard a lot about avocado toast and the health benefits of it….good choice for your recipe today. And sourdough bread is full of good things as well, so a real winner today! Have a blessed day and know we love you 🙏😘💗

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