5 Ways To Reimagine Your Avocado Toast

Avocado toast became all the rage among Millennials a few years ago, flooding social media with aesthetically-pleasing and mouth-watering photos. But regardless of how popular it is now, there are so many variations of avocado toast to explore. Here are just a few recipes to try out. 

1. Mexican-Style Avocado Toast

For this Mexican-style recipe, you’ll need two tomatoes, ½ an onion, one jalapeno, 15 to 20 sprigs of cilantro, juice of one lime, and ½ teaspoon of salt. Simply toast the bread, spread the avocado, and top with Pico de Gallo.

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2. Caprese Avocado Toast

Turn your favorite salad into toast with one avocado, lemon juice, salt, ground black pepper, ½ cup halved cherry tomatoes, two slices of sourdough bread, one cup of mozzarella balls, sea salt, two freshly sliced basil leaves, and balsamic glaze. Enjoy this Caprese Avocado Toast any time of day.

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3. Breakfast Avocado Toast-ada

Swap the bread for corn tortillas and you’ll have an interesting take on avocado toast. You’ll also need two large avocados, ¼ cup sour cream, one lime, one bunch fresh cilantro, one clove of garlic, one red onion, ¼ cup cotija cheese, ½ cup cherry tomatoes, sea salt, and four cups vegetable oil.

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4. Bacon and Eggs Avocado Toast

Enjoy bacon and eggs avocado toast for breakfast or brunch. All you need is two slices of bread, four slices of bacon, one large avocado, ¼ teaspoon lemon juice, one tablespoon of olive oil, two large eggs, ¼ teaspoon black pepper, 1⁄4 teaspoon salt, and one teaspoon of chopped parsley. Be sure to use Chino Valley Ranchers pasture raised eggs for a bright orange pop of color on your toast.

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5. Balsamic Avocado Toast

This recipe focuses on the spices, rather than overloading the toast with ingredients. You’ll need two teaspoons of balsamic vinegar, ¼ avocado, one slice of French bread, one dash of paprika, salt, and fresh ground pepper. Slightly toast the French bread, sprinkle with vinegar, and layer the avocado slices. Then, sprinkle the avocado with paprika, salt, and pepper.

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