In the last few weeks I have heard “avocado toast” at least 10 times. The more I heard it the more I wanted to try it. I finally got around to making it and OMG….it was love at first bite!
I will say my expectations were pretty low. After all, it’s just some avocado spread on toast. But there was something about it that hit the spot!
I jazzed mine up a little by adding a “fried” egg to it and some sriracha.
I’m not even kidding when I tell you that I’m stopping at the store tonight for more avocados so I can make it again. Tonight. For dinner.
My kitchen is full of fun little gadgets that I love to use. For this recipe I used my mini frying pan.
It’s the perfect size to cook one egg. I just spray a little no stick spray in it and I get a perfectly cooked egg.
My daughter wasn’t home to try the avocado toast yesterday so she wants me to make it again tonight. I love it when my kids ask for healthy food!
I know when I was their age I wouldn’t have wanted a piece of toast with green stuff on it, I was way too picky! I wasted so many years of my life not liking avocados.
Here are a few of the things I used for this recipe:
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This Avocado Toast is going to be my new weekend breakfast. I’ll serve it with a bowl of fruit and I will be more than satisfied until lunchtime!
Avocado Toast - Weight Watchers
Yield: 1 Serving (4 Freestyle Points)
- 1 slice of bread (calculated at 1 Freestyle point – I used Sara Lee Multigrain Bread)
- 1/4 avocado
- 1 egg
- 1 lime wedge
- 1 teaspoon cilantro or fresh parsley, chopped
- Pinch of garlic powder
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Add the 1/4 avocado to a bowl. Squeeze the lime juice into the bowl, then add cilantro (or parsley), pinch of garlic powder and a little salt and pepper.
- Spray a small frying pan with no stick spray and cook the egg.
- While the egg is cooking, but your bread in the toaster.
- Spread the avocado mixture over the toast then add the egg on top.
- Optional: serve with salsa, hot sauce or sriracha.