Guacamole Toast is the perfect snack or appetizer! It’s easy to make with just a few ingredients and is always a hit!
This dish is perfect for a quick and easy meal. My guacamole is simple to make, or you can use store-bought if you’re short on time. You can choose to add a soft boiled egg on top or keep it simple with just the guacamole.
Whether you’re looking for a new breakfast idea or something different to pack for lunch, this toast recipe is sure to please. It’s the perfect blend of savory and delicious.
Bread: This recipe can use any type of bread you like. I prefer a hearty whole grain bread, but feel free to use whatever you have on hand.
Guacamole: You can either make your own guacamole or use store-bought. If you’re using store-bought, I recommend using about a quarter a cup.
Egg: I usually make soft-boiled eggs or sunny side up because the runny yolk is really delicious with the guacamole, but hard-boiled eggs work well too.
Variations: Feel free to add additional toppings to your guacamole toast, such as cheese, tomatoes, or green onions.
Step By Step Instructions
Prepare your guacamole. I make homemade guacamole which is really easy to make, but you can use store-bought if you like.
Cook egg to your liking.
While the egg is cooking, toast your bread. It’s not necessary to butter it, but you can if you like.
Add a quarter cup of guacamole to your toasted bread.
Spread the guacamole over the toasted bread.
Top with the egg, and enjoy.
Erren’s Top Tips & Variations
- Use a toaster oven for evenly crispy toast
- Experiment with different types of bread– whole wheat, sourdough, etc.
- Add a little butter or olive oil for extra flavor
- Try different toppings beyond just guacamole- avocado toast is also delicious!
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Let’s Make Guacamole Toast
- 4 tablespoons guacamole
- 1 egg
- 1 slice of bread
- Prepare your guacamole.
- Cook egg to your liking.
- While the egg is cooking, toast your bread.
- Spread the guacamole over the toasted bread, top with the egg, and enjoy.
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