Move over butter and jam, there are new toast toppings to try. These easy ideas will make your breakfast more delicious and more filling. Try one of our recipes below or get inspired to create your own twists on toast.
Almond Butter, Banana, Honey & Sea Salt
A base of butter, no matter what kind of butter, makes everything better. In this case, almond butter is a nutty, protein-packed first layer that naturally jives well with sliced banana on top. Add a sprinkle of sea salt and drizzle of honey for a nice balance of salty and sweet.
Avocado, Kimchi, A Squirt of Sriracha
Kick up your next Avo Toast with a scoop of kimchi for added tang (and yay probiotics!) and a squirt of your favorite hot sauce if your kimchi isn’t already spicy (we chose Sriracha for this one). Oh, and a fried or poached egg on top really wouldn’t hurt.
Ricotta, Figs, Honey, Pistachios
Ricotta spreads so easily on toast—it’s just asking to be part of the toast party. Slice up some fresh, plump figs and give it all a little swirl of honey on top with chopped ‘stachios for an extra crunch. Talk about a beautiful (and delicious) toast.
Fried Egg, Coconut Oil, Shaved Parmesan, Salt & Pepper
Instead of butter, try spreading some coconut oil atop your toast. Coconut oil is making cameos in all kinds of recipes these days, but it goes really well with the rich yolkiness of a slightly-runny egg. Peel some thin shavings of parmesan along with freshly ground salt and pepper, and you’ll be wondering why it took you this long to put coconut oil on your toast.
Greek Yogurt, Olive Oil, Za’atar
Greek yogurt might already be part of your breakfast routine. But have you ever scooped it on toast? Spread the creaminess around, give it a quick pour of olive oil and a few pinches of the Middle Eastern spice blend za’atar. This spiced toast is perfect for anyone who walks on the savory side of breakfast (and/or for anyone who can’t decide between yogurt or toast).
Chevre, Peaches, Basil, Black Pepper
This one tastes like a bright peach salad right on your toast. It’s creamy, bright, sweet, tangy, and herby all at the same time, and the cracked black pepper gives it a little extra oomph. If you prefer your peaches with the skin off, a serrated peeler makes quick work of it.
Need more delicious breakfast ideas? Try our overnight oats recipe, 5 healthy breakfasts you can meal prep, and how to make heart-shaped cinnamon rolls.
Photos by Mia Reade Baylor