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Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg, now this is MY kind of breakfast egg sandwich and it takes under 5 minutes to make!

Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg, now this is MY kind of breakfast egg sandwich and it takes under 5 minutes to make!
Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg

Made on whole grain toast with mashed avocado, a runny egg and a few dashes of hot sauce – 5 ingredients, 5 minutes to make, it doesn’t get better than that!

Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg, now this is MY kind of breakfast egg sandwich and it takes under 5 minutes to make!

I’m not much of a breakfast person, most mornings I usually grab a cup of coffee, a hard boiled egg and a piece of fruit, or whip up a smoothie. But lately, I’ve been obsessed with avocado toast for breakfast, especially when I have avocados in my fridge that need to be used up. It’s a simple, healthy breakfast when you need something delicious and fast. I also got Tommy and Karina on board, we all love avocado toast!!

Meal Prep Tips for Avocado Toast:

  • To store unused ½ of avocado, wrap tightly with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator. They also sell avocado keepers (affiliate link) that claim to keep them fresher longer.
  • Leave the pit in and get the wrap as close to the surface of the fruit as possible.
  • If browning occurs, gently scrape the exposed flesh with a butter knife and voila, beautiful green avocado lies within!
  • If you’re in a hurry, you can swap a pre-boiled egg for the sunny side up one.

Avocado Toast Variations

  • No Eggs – don’t like eggs, leave them out!
  • Salmon – add smoked salmon for added protein.
  • Poached Eggs – swap the sunny side egg for poached and top with microgreens.
  • Scrambled Eggs – swap the sunny side egg for scrambled and top with some salsa.
  • Hard Boiled Eggs – swap the sunny side egg for hard boiled eggs and add tomato and scallions.
  • Add “Everything but the bagel” seasoning on top.
  • Guacamole – Swap the avocado for guacamole (I do this when I have leftover) for a Mexican avocado toast.
  • Sliced – Don’t like your avocado mashed, slice it!

Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg, now this is MY kind of breakfast egg sandwich and it takes under 5 minutes to make!

More ways to make Avocado Toast:

If you’re like me and love avocado toast, I’d love to hear how you top yours! Comment below and if you want more inspiration, there’s lots of great ideas in the comments!

Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg, now this is MY kind of breakfast egg sandwich and it takes under 5 minutes to make!
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Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg

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229 Cals 12 Protein 23 Carbs 10 Fats
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Yield: 1 serving
COURSE: Breakfast, Brunch
CUISINE: American
Avocado Toast with Sunny Side Egg, now this is MY kind of breakfast egg sandwich!

Ingredients

  • 1 slice whole grain bread, toasted (1.5 oz)
  • 1 oz mashed, 1/4 small haas avocado
  • cooking spray
  • 1 large egg
  • kosher salt and black pepper to taste
  • hot sauce, optional

Instructions

  • Mash the avocado in a small bowl and season with salt and pepper.
  • Heat a small nonstick skillet over low heat, spray with oil and gently crack the egg into the skillet. Cover and cook to your liking.
  • Place mashed avocado over toast, top with egg, salt and pepper and hot sauce if desired!

Nutrition

Serving: 1toast, Calories: 229kcal, Carbohydrates: 23g, Protein: 12g, Fat: 10g, Saturated Fat: 3g, Cholesterol: 186mg, Sodium: 223mg, Fiber: 5g, Sugar: 4g
Blue Smart Points: 4
Green Smart Points: 6
Purple Smart Points: 4
Points +: 6
Keywords: 5 minute avocado toast, avocado toast, avocado toast with egg, Avocado toast with hummus

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194 comments

  1. Not even 5min!
    Enjoyed very much; thanks.

  2. This is my favorite breakfast. I use light bread to save on points and I like it with Everthing but a Bagel. However, it is even good without ir. I find this to be quite filling and after the first time or two it just takes minutes to make. I scoop and mash the avocado while the egg is frying and I cook it in 1 tsp olive oil.

  3. Super idea, had farm fresh eggs and a soft Avocado, grilled a little onion ad ginger before cracking eggs over it Loved it this rainy day at Hurst Preserve

  4. I used laughing cow spreadable cheese then the mashed avocado topped with fried egg and sprinkled everything but the bagel seasoning over it and oh boy!! My family loved it! Now my go to breakfast!! 

  5. Love this! If we’re feeling fancy, we make guacamole toast with an egg! YUM

  6. I have been making this for a long time. Never saw a recipe for it before. I always thought I invented it.

  7. Awesome taste, so easy for moms on the go!

  8. I did not think I would enjoy it as much as I did. What a yummy breakfast!

  9. Yum!! Loved using a sunny side up egg, I usually do poached. I like to add just a bit of garlic powder to the avocado too!

    BEST AVOCADO HACK EVER- run it under cold water immediately after cutting it in half, it stops the oxidation process and your avocado will stay bright green for days, even in a ziplock bag!!

  10. Excellent! This just may be my go-to breakfast or lunch moving forward. I marked mine as 4 green points as I only used 1-point bread and 1 oz of avocado. I made this as the recipe stated. Thanks so much!

  11. I melt a bit of shredded cheddar on top of the egg and then of course top it with hot sauce. So good!

  12. Bonjour merci merci merci j’adore cette recette es ce possible d’à voir la traduction en français MERCI ET BONNE JOURNÉE.

  13. I make mine with avocado, Himalayan salt, a lot of pepper, shredded chicken, egg, hot sauce

  14. Could you use frozen avocado and mash it the same as fresh? Would the taste be altered? 

  15. I’m following your 2 week meal plan for  WW.  I love how simple your recipes are to make.  This will help me stay on track.  I made your avocado toast egg in a hole but topped it with salsa. Gave it a kick.

  16. I seriously love this with Trader Joe’s Everything But The Bagel seasoning!!!

  17. This looks amazing!! What do you recommend for a brand of whole grain bread that would be perfect for this? Thank you so much for all your recipes! They are my favorites!!

  18. My favorite way to eat an egg! I slightly guacamol-ize the avocado by adding a spritz of lime juice and a little chopped cilantro. Great breakfast!

  19. I just fell in love with this recipe! Delicious and heart healthy

  20. What a stunning photograph. Well done.

  21. I mix some lemon juice in with the mashed avocado – spread on toast, then put thin ribbons of cucumber on top (use a peeler long ways down the cucumber) egg on top then some “everything but the bagel” seasoning on top.  I’ve also seen it with just sesame seeds on it opposed to the everything. 

  22. I love this. I add a little fresh basil also and yum. Thank you for these recipes. 

  23. This is one of my favorite breakfast. I make it with WF Sourdough Hearth bread – 2SP per slice. 

  24. Tried this for breakfast today and it was delicious!

  25. This looks so good! What bread do you like/use?

  26. When I have no time to cook an egg, I mix I/4 to 1/2 medium avocado with an Instant Pot hard boiled egg and put it on Trader Joe’s Sprouted toast. It’s egg salad without the mayo. I use Jane’s crazy salt, or TJ’s Everything but the Bagel salt.

  27. What about browning slices of Avacado using olive oil. Scramble the eggs then stuff them in a hot biscuit. Top it off with a slice or two of the fried Avocado and s slice of cheese if that is your thing.Since I do not eat anything that is not cooked especially runny egg yolks this seems like it would be tastier than half cooked eggs on toast..

  28. My wife showed me this a few weeks ago, & it’s like all I ever want for breakfast nowadays. Suggestion: add slap-ya-mama Cajun seasoning to the egg (or avacado) before cooking. Not to mention, when I break it down by cost, this meal runs only $0.80 here in Alaska where the cost of living is a bit higher than most places in the lower 48. Well worth it imo

    • Love Slap your Mama Cajun seasoning…the white pepper!  My husband is half Cajun!  I actually carry a zip lock baggie of it when we eat out!!

  29. I made this today and it was delicious!  Instead of hot sauce I used trader joes’s Everything bagel seasoning. It’s so good on eggs!

  30. Rub a garlic clove on your bread after toasting it. Its life changing!

  31. I don’t eat eggs but started working out and knew pancakes and French toast were not a good idea. Gave it a shot and is was delicious to say the least!  I even tried hot sauce for the first  time!

  32. This is amazing! My 15-year-old daughter and I both loved it. We used a homemade guacamole instead of just the avocado because we had just made some over the weekend. The added onion, tomato, and jalapeno are great. I’m sure it’d be good with just avocado, which we’ll experience after the quac is gone!

  33. So yummy and so fast and easy!!

  34. I prefer sliced avocado to mashed because I like the slightly firmer texture. Also, if it’s a large avocado, I’ll do half and then spray the unused side with olive oil Pam, wrap and save. That works well to keep it from browning. I spread the half avocado (or if a very small avocado, I use the whole thing) across the plate in slices, use an over-easy egg that’s nice and runny, salt and pepper the whole thing. Then here’s my secret extra-yummy ingredient: on the whole wheat toast, I’ll spread a very thin layer of a “smoky bacon flavored” mayo that I found in a store. If you’re using butter or margarine on the toast, it’s an even swap. A bit more calories than the stated recipe, but OMG incredibly delicious! With a bacony flavor without all the calories of the actual bacon. Yum!

  35. I use a of SaraLee 45 calorie bread. I poach the egg. Use 1/4 of an avocado sliced. Put the avocado slices on the toast, top them with the egg, then sprinkle fresh dill on top. Add a few flakes of red pepper flakes too when I want some zing.

  36. My go to breakfast, I just love it and low in points! I actually use the WHOLLY Guacamole mini cups but when I have fresh, hmmm the best

  37. Made this as suggested and it is so delicious! Found my new go-to breakfast! Give it a try, you will not be disappointed.
    When I cook my egg(s) I:
    1. pre-heat the pan
    2. spray with Pam
    3. crack 1-2 eggs
    4. add 2-4 tablespoons water
    5. put on tight fitting lid
    6. let cook for 40-45 seconds on medium heat, remove lid and slide eggs onto a plate, YUM!
    Best way to cook eggs with no added calories!

    • This is a great breakfast. Add crushed red pepper to it. Also: the egg must be sunny side up for maximum flavor!!! U

      2 loads a week starting next week? 
      unny side up. 

  38. I’ve made a version of the avocado toast topped with blue crab meat and sliced shallots on top.

  39. How do you cook your sunny side egg in a way that it comes out looking so perfect?  If my heat is too low, my egg runs too thin. Do I need a smaller pan, or am I just not getting the temperature quite right yet?  I don’t usually cover my pan, I flip the egg. Does covering prevent you from having to flip? If so, how long do you keep it covered?

  40. I love this simple but really yummy breakfast! Actually, I’ve also enjoyed it for a quick dinner. The creaminess of the avocado with the fried egg is just dreamy!

  41. I add just a few fried shallots and it puts it over the top!

  42. I have this nearly everyday….except I use Naan bread !! It is so good!

  43. I’d never prepared a “fried egg” in this manner until yesterday. WOW!!! It was perfect. And I’ve been cooking for 50+ years. I use a vacuum machine to extend the life of an avocado..

  44. Instead of salt, have you tried crystalized citric acid (Eastern European “sour salt”)? It keeps the avocado from browning.

  45. I made this today. Whole Grain breads vary fairly significantly by calorie count. I saw up to 120 calories per slice on the store shelves. I bought Nature’s Own Lite Sugar Free 100% whole wheat/100% whole grain bread, with 11 grams of whole grain per slice. It is 50 calories per slice.

    Given the savings of up to 60-70, calories, I fried the egg in olive oil, patting it down with a paper towel afterwards, and used a full half of the avocado in slices, beneath the crisply fried egg. On top of the egg I put five slices of thin sliced turkey pepperoni (5 cals per slice) and about a 1/2 ounce of shredded jack cheddar cheese, which I melted in the microwave. With the S&P, and a couple of shakes of habanero hot sauce, it was flipping delicious. I highly recommend it, and look forward to having it again tomorrow morning.

    My best guess is that between the cals saved on the bread choice, and those added via the use of olive oil to cook, the turkey pepperoni (25) and the cheese, the calorie count might come up to 350-ish. To me, the taste easily justifies 4-5 more minutes/day on the treadmill, but that’s just me. 😉

  46. One of my favorite breakfasts but I like to top with crushed red pepper instead of hot sauce. I also like to spread harissa on the toast before the avocado. 

  47. I don’t eat eggs, angry suggestion for a replacement?

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  53. mmmm that’s really an awesome meal eish yummie

  54. Avocado storage without browning!!!
    -clean the entire avocado
    -slice or mash all the fruit as required
    -place in a plastic storage container in small piles so that you can easily remove a section
    -place container in freezer
    -when ready to use, remove the slices or mashed “blob”
    -microwave for about 20-30 seconds prior to using

  55. I just made it for dinner. It is delicious. Lots of flavor. I also made the White Bean Caprese Salad and Greek Cucumber Salad with Lemon and Feta for the week in the mason jars.. All ready for the week. You post great recipes thanks.

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  58. Delish, not relish ????

  59. So relish.  I also like it with thin slices of radish for crunch.  And Trader Joes Everything But the Bagel seasoning!

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  65. I, too, am obsessed with avocado on toast…..have been eating this for breakfast for quite a while……I love it and it is so healthy.
    Now I will be putting an egg on top.

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  72. Instead of salt & pepper, try this exact some thing but with everything bagel seasoning from Trader Joe’s, it’s incredible. Also, if you want to add a little kick, put some sriracha on it. Avocado on toast is one of my favorite foods.

    Another favorite combo is goat cheese, avocado, and strawberries.

  73. I use a poached egg and top with a roasted red pepper. In season I add a fresh garden tomato!

  74. This is so delish!

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  77. I really like avocado toast, and not just for breakfast. I don’t use hot sauce, that being a personal preference, but I have on occasion topped the hot egg with a very thin slice of extra sharp cheddar cheese. While it doesn’t fully melt, it adds so much good flavor, and the piece is so small it doesn’t add much at all in the way of sodium or fat, it’s totally worthwhile, and my cardiologist has no issues with it (as long as the cheese isn’t added on every time I make the toast 🙂 ).

  78. Love this! Such a simple, quick, and healthy breakfast. Instead of hot sauce I add a little lemon juice to the avocado. So good!!

  79. Love this! I added a couple squeezes of from lemon juice to the avocado, and it was amazing! Definitely making this again.

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  83. I love avocado toast! I like to use a hearty whole grain bread and top the mashed avocado with kosher salt, cayenne pepper, black pepper, crumbled feta, and a squeeze of lime juice. The poached egg would be a fabulous addition! 

  84. I love avocado toast as well with the egg, tomato and alfalfa sprouts for a little crunch. It’s really yummy!

  85. My husband and I just had this tonight. Absolutely delicious!  ????  My first runny egg in years.  A keeper. (Loved a little hot sauce!)

  86. Absolutely deelish! My first time trying ago toast so I was looking for ways to jazz it up..this will definitely be a recurring ine for me

  87. I had avacado toast in Nashville, TN. and it was amazing! Whole wheat toast topped with greens, poached egg, one slice of a hot pepper and a little pesto. I’m drooling thinking about it!

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  94. my new breakfast fav!!! Thanks! 🙂

  95. Made this for breakfast and it is so delicious!!!  Used pumpernickel bread.  Thanks for the recipe!!

  96. Love avocado toast!! I add some smoked salmon when I am feeling fancy or dice up a bit of tomatoes and cilantro (no onions though, not for breakfast anyway..) or scramble my eggs and season with generous amount of salt and pepper! Yum!!

  97. I by my Ezekiel Bread in Safeway in freezer section with other Gluten Free products. It is perfect toasted. I notice when I use other whole grain breads the slices are bigger and are way more calories. One slice EZ bread = 2 WW smartpoints. It has such great texture and taste. I am going to have this for my breakfast. Barbara

  98. I like mine as follows. Ezekiel bread toasted, some harissa on top of that then mashed avocado with a bit of sundried tomatoes in it, then a poached egg on top and a bit of goat cheese, delicious.

  99. I like to add basil to my egg. This is a great meal at any time of day and I sometimes even skip the egg and simply drizzle olive oil on top of the mashed avocado and sprinkle with sea salt. Yum!

  100. My husband and I ate this for dinner last night, holy delicious-ness!!! Thank you for the recipe! I added just a sprinkle of garlic salt and it was EPIC. Love your blog and your book!!

  101. Do you not bake your own bread? I mean when you are making toast…
    I can not find any bread recipes on the webpage… that are not bread cakes

  102. Crushed red pepper on these instead of the hot sauce is awesome, too! I like to warm the avocado in the pan next to the egg so the whole dish is warm.

  103. I like mine with soft boiled eggs and sea salt flakes or with coconut flakes and a little coconut oil! I also use red pepper flakes or sriracha!

  104. Just had this for breakfast this morning and was thinking about what a life-changer this recipe has been! I have to be out the door early every morning and have less than 10 minutes to make and eat my breakfast and this is the absolute perfect solution to that. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!

  105. I use Dave's bread, the mashed up avocado, sliced hard boiled egg ( which I precooked and pre peeled), salt and pepper and a little cayenne pepper. Very yummy and filling! On a side note I learned new technique for preparing my hard boiled eggs….by steaming! I used a steamer pan that fits on top of my saucepan…20 minutes…plunge in cold water….easy peasy peeling!!

    • By the way I prepared 8 eggs this way and pre peeled all of them. Each day I just plucked an egg out!

    • Excellent! I used whole wheat English muffins too, an avocado from a neighbors tree and steamed the eggs in an electric egg steamer that does 6 eggs in 7 minutes! Yum! Hot sauce adds a lot of flavor. Hubby was impressed!

  106. Perfect! We didn't have any hot sause so we added a dash of cocktail sauce.

  107. Had it this morning with a whole wheat english muffin, was quick and delicious!

  108. This was dinner tonight along with a small bowl of broccoli cheese soup. I think I could have eaten at least 3 of these!!! I can see that we will be having this a lot in my house!! Breakfast, lunch, dinner…………..oh my. What a delicious recipe!!! Thank you Gina!!!

  109. I admit avocado on bread sounded weird to me. But it was absolutely delicious!
    Thanks!!!!

  110. I eat these all the time with a little crushed red pepper flakes on top.

  111. I do something similar. I make smashed avocado mixed with lemon juice and pink salt. I put it in a bowl and top with sunny side up with sriracha drizzle and I eat it with whole wheat wasa crackers mmmm gets me so energized!

  112. do you have recommendations on a grocery store bought whole grain bread brand?

  113. I am not big on avocado. What about hummus for a substitute?

  114. I do this for dinner and usually add bacon- makes a great sandwich!

  115. I absolutely love avocado toast! I first had it at a restaurant in NYC called Gitane. Sadly, it closed down. 🙁 They sprinkled red pepper flakes on top of the mashed avocado, which gives it a kick! So, now that is what I do when I make it. Love a runny egg on it, too, Gina. Whole Foods makes a bread called Seeduction bread, which is absolutely delicious–they even cut it into slices, if you don't want to slice it yourself. It keeps great in the refrigerator and the freezer. For those who like to make their own bread (which I don't), here is a copycat recipe from Food.com. http://www.food.com/recipe/seeduction-bread-copykat-whole-foods-recipe-465838

  116. When I am feeling particularly fancy, I top mine with smoked salmon! Sooo good.Usually though, I like to just use some salt and pepper, dried chili flakes, and lemon juice.

    A cafe in Berlin served avocado toast differently: instead of mashing the avocado they cubed it and tossed it with some oil and vinegar and seasoning. It made it so fresh!

  117. I LOVE avocado toast! I usually top mine with sea salt and red pepper flakes. Yum!

  118. Yummy! I'm from New Mexico, so I used green chile instead of the hot sauce. Delicious! Although I've had this dish with the hot sauce and it's still wonderful. Hot sauce gives it a little kick from the southeastern region of the US.

  119. Gina, I've been obsessed with your Avocado Egg Salad & Salmon sandwich for a couple of weeks now. Thank you for ANOTHER great recipe combining egg and avocado! A friend at work brings me fresh eggs from her hard-working, free-range (and adorable) hens each week, and avocados have been really inexpensive lately. So this is perfect! (My mom gave me your cookbook for Christmas – love it!)

  120. I have been thinking about this recipe since I read it yesterday. It combines one of my favorite breakfast (egg on toast) with another favorite. I would have never thought to combine these. Brilliant and so simple! I had to restrain myself from licking my plate.

  121. I have been eating Avocado Toast for a couple of years now. I usually just take half the avocado and spread it on two pieces of Rye and sprinkle the mashed avocado with Chipotle Pepper on both pieces of Rye. Then I add Baby Spinach to both pieces of toast. Each day at lunch is a different option. Many times it is a fried egg or a sliced hard boiled egg with my choice of cheese for the day. Sometimes Feta. Sometimes Goat, Sometimes Cheddar. When I don't use an egg I use tomatoes and peameal bacon. It is my healthy fat for my lunch and it keeps me full until dinner.

  122. I really like to add a slice of tomato to this under the egg. Yum!

  123. This looks so good! We moved to Florida a couple of years ago and I've discovered the Florida Avocado which I actually prefer to the Haas now (plus they're twice as big and half the price). They've got half the fat of a Haas avocado too! Definitely will try this recipe soon!

  124. Made this for breakfast this morning and it was eggcellent!!!

  125. Sprinkle avocado with sea salt, ground pepper, toasted hemp seeds and a tiny swizzle of EVOO.

  126. I love mashing avocado with a hard boiled egg & a little lemon juice over toast & then sprinkle with some salt & cayenne pepper. 🙂

  127. I just made this for lunch, wasn't sure about it at first, avocado, toast and an egg…but it was great! Had it with a small salad, chili honey lime salad dressing and goat cheese all for 7 pp…so happy I found this site…Making the Sweet & Spicy Asian glazed chicken drumsticks with the Asian mango slaw for dinner…

  128. I have been having something similar for breakfast lately! Ezekiel sprouted bread, mashed avocado, saurerkraut (Farmhouse Culture!) and a sunny side up egg. Also sometimes hemp seeds sprinkled on top!

  129. This is one of my favorite breakfasts. I top mine with hot sauce and chia or flax seeds.

  130. It's great for lunch too!

  131. Mmmmm, one of my favourite meals. Life just wouldn't be the same without avocados 🙂

  132. I love to add tomato to it for some acidity! then again I'll eat tomato on about anything!

  133. I just started enjoying avocado toast! I haven't tried it with egg yet though!

  134. This looks delicious! I have a question about the site. Is there a way to "favorite" recipes or store the ones you like or want to try? I went to the "recipe box" and it said that it no longer worked. I love to browse through the recipes and would love a way to mark my favorites. Thank you! (sorry if this is a double post, I posted this earlier, but I haven't seen it come up)

  135. This is first recipe of yours I have tried and we both loved it. I have several more flagged to try very soon. I'm going to see if I can get better results from my crockpot now that I'm retired and will be able to monitor the length of cooking more easily. Thank you for so many wonderful looking recipes and including the nutritional values, as well as Weight Watcher points!

  136. I have used swiss cheese to top my avocado toast. Sometimes I add a layer of chicken breast. Sliced avocado works well.

  137. I love egg on toast with avocado! I don't mash my avocado. I score it in the shell and scoop it out onto the toast and smush to spread lol. I prefer my egg over easy. Yum!

  138. This with a sprinkle of cheese. Yum!

    To keep my avocados we wrap them in foil. If you get a brown layer just scrape it and the vibrant green is just beneath. Lime works well to help them keep too.

  139. We live in Australia and avocado toast is a staple! We eat it with poached eggs every weekend!

  140. I make this exact breakfast often when I have a busy day ahead. And if I don't want the carbs from the bread, I do it over lightly sauteed baby spinach. Either way its yummy and healthy!

  141. I love to top my avocado toast with sliced banana and a sprinkling of chia seeds. Sounds a little odd, but it's very good!
    The egg on top sounds yummy though!

  142. my fav breakfast and lunch! 🙂

  143. How do you keep the leftover avocado from browning? Do you just douse it with lemon juice? Often times when I do that, it still seems to turn grey or brown. I guess it doesn't really matter since it doesn't impact the taste, just the visual appeal.

    • if you only use half the avo, leave the pit in the other half and tightly wrap it with plastic wrap and store in the fridge. It will be great for a day or so. Make sure you wrap the plastic tightlyso no air bubbles are on the flesh, it shouldn't go brown.

    • I also found that storing the leftover avocado in a container with diced red onion helps preserve the avocado almost impeccably for a few days. I've tried the lemon juice and/or plastic wrap thing, but this is the only trick that prevents pretty much any browning. I figured this out by accident since I happened to have both red onion and avocado leftover one day, but it was a happy accident!

    • I keep it in the skin and wrap it with plastic, nothing on it. Then if I use it for dinner it's still good, or if I use it the next day and a little brown skin forms, I scrape it off. The rest is still perfect.

    • keeping the pit wth the avocado should help

    • Thanks everyone!

  144. This sounds wonderful, and a great use for my avocados. You mentioned that you keep them in the fridge. Does this keep them longer? Or if you have any tips for keeping them without turning brown, please share. I can never seem to use them fast enough!

    • once they reach the desired ripeness, put them in the fridge, this stops them from getting any riper and they keep really well.

    • I agree with Anonymous. I put my avocados in the fridge as well once they've reached desired ripeness to keep longer.

    • Actually yes, I usually buy a bunch, leave one out to ripen and the rest in the fridge since it slows down the ripening.

    • We leave ours on the tree and they last longer but since that isn't possible for everyone, keep the seed inside the cut half you aren't using and that delays ripening further.

    • I just read that leaving the pit in the unused half does not stop browning. The thing that works the best is plastic wrap directly on the cut surface. It will still brown a little but easily scraped off.

    • Yes that's what I do, plastic wrap works great, plus leaving the pit keeps the whole covered so that doesn't brown.

  145. What's in the whole grain bread though? We usually stay away from store bought bread because of all the added preservatives. I make my own bread.

    • Gold star for you! You're officially better than us and kind enough to let us know!

    • Recipe doesn't specify which bread to use. Readers are free to make their own choices about "healthy" whole grain bread.

    • I bought this in the bakery, it's fresh baked whole grain bread. No brand, but of course if you bake your own even better!!

    • Try the Ezekiel 4:9 Bread. Its kept in the frozen section. It's a sprouted grain bread. It's a sprouted,flourless grain bread with no preservatives. For some it may be an acquired taste but for me it was love at first bite. I agree with you. I stay away for other breads.

    • So then don't use the store bought bread just because the recipe is using it. If you are smart enough to make your own bread, then I think you can figure that one out. Humblebrag in the form of a question. Classic.

      • Me too! Love the Raisen Cinnamon bread from Food For Life. There is no such thing as “healthy Wheat Flour” bread…only bread that is sprouted or made with non-wheat is healthy! Do I get a gold star too? And what’s wrong with saying “I make my own bread”? Kudos! I wish I had time to do that but then I would have to sprout my own grains, etc. No time for that! Thank God for Food For Life!

    • Lol. Well played

    • The Ezekiel bread is 100% natural ingredients. My late mother was so allergic to commercially made soft breads that she was forced to eat E-bread–she did love having her toast with coffee!–and she was into all natural, organic eating for her and Dad. It’s not loaded with chemicals, and MUST be kept either refrigerated or frozen, or it will spoil in an extremely short time, especially in a house that has no a/c. The bread is filling–somewhat chewy, not being made of flour–and has good flavor when toasted, as Vivian noted in her comment.

  146. I LOVE avocado toast for breakfast! It's such an easy and healthy breakfast to make during the week. I love your idea of adding a dash of hot sauce! 🙂

    • I didn't have hot sauce which would have made a big difference but still enjoyed it. Next time I will poach my egg instead of using the spray to fry it.

    • P.S I forgot to mention I used the "Ezekial Bread". It's flourless made with grain/sprouts. When toasted it enhances the flavor and texture so well. I buy the low sodium one. Trying to get off the blood pressure med and the diuretic.