10 Easy Breakfast Toasts That Taste Amazing

Ah, who doesn’t love breakfast toasts? They’re simple and fast to make for those busy mornings, they taste great with only a few ingredients, and—best of all—they’re healthy and filling. How many other breakfasts can you say are all of those things rolled into one grab-and-go-meal? If you haven’t jumped aboard the breakfast toast train yet, you might after you see how mouthwatering these recipes look!

1. Mushroom And Spinach Toast

Featuring hearty whole or multigrain bread, this toast is topped with sautéed spinach and mushrooms and a poached egg (which you can swap for a fried egg to save even more time). The only other flavor this toast needs is the salt and pepper you sauté the vegetables in; otherwise, it’s jam-packed with nutrients and flavors that will leave you wanting another (which you can totally have because it’s not like it has a ton of calories).

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10 Easy Breakfast Toasts That Taste Amazing

2. Bacon Avocado Toast

Who doesn’t love bacon? Bacon. Mmm. Even the word sounds amazing and you haven’t even seen the recipe yet.

This breakfast toast is layered with slices of avocado, sautéed onion and cherry tomatoes, a fried egg, and, finally, glorious bacon. It’s a little higher in the calories thanks to having so much piled on, but trust me: it tastes like a gourmet meal and you’ll be stuffed for a long time after just one, so it’s worth it.

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10 Easy Breakfast Toasts That Taste Amazing

3. Breakfast Bruschetta

Bruschetta is perhaps one of the best breads to ever be created, but there are too many others out there for me to start debating. Suffice it to say this breakfast toast sounds delicious with or without the bruschetta (but it is an added bonus).

This buttered toast is piled with sliced avocado, scrambled eggs, bacon, and diced tomatoes with optional green onion for garnish. The toast gives it a nice crunch under the creamy textures of the avocado and scrambled eggs.

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10 Easy Breakfast Toasts That Taste Amazing

4. Apple Cinnamon PB Breakfast Toast

For those of you who like something sweet in the mornings (*raises hand*), here’s a sweet-n-savory apple cinnamon breakfast toast that you can pair with any coffee. The peanut butter gives it that nutty taste underneath the sweet crunch of the apples and the spice of the cinnamon.

For added texture and flavor, this recipe recommends using pecan halves and pistachios to upgrade the usual peanut butter and apple combination to something that tastes like it should be in a hot stack of pancakes.

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10 Easy Breakfast Toasts That Taste Amazing

5. Guacamole Toast

Guacamole can take some time to prepare, which is why this recipe (for the sake of ease and time) recommends using your favorite store-bought guacamole. However, that shouldn’t discourage you from making your own if you have the recipe and the inclination. It just won’t be something you can slap onto a piece of toast right away in the morning, so make sure you set aside prep time the night before if you’re going to be in a hurry the next morning.

Now, as for the toast recipe, all it takes is some pre-made guacamole (homemade or store-bought) and a fried egg cooked the way you like. It’s a simple fix and a flavorful twist on the usual avocado toast. Give it a try!

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10 Easy Breakfast Toasts That Taste Amazing

6. Southwest Breakfast Toast

To upgrade that guacamole toast from number five, try this southwest version that adds corn, red peppers, and black beans. The recipe does call for cooking dry black beans and corn, but we all know frozen or canned veggies are much quicker to thaw out or warm up if you’re pressed for time. Stores even sell frozen bell pepper blends if you don’t have time to chop anything up.

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