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If you aren’t occasionally rocking the avocado toast for breakfast, you’re doing it wrong. Topping a good piece of bread with some avocado and an egg is a filling way to start the day.
These loaded guacamole toasts are a very delicious expansion on the basic avocado toast idea.
Crispy bacon? ✔️
Crumbled queso fresco? ✔️
Fresh tomato salad? ✔️
Perfect sunny-side up egg? ✔️
Two of these is a very hearty breakfast, but honestly one would work with a side of fruit or something. Dig in!
A twist on avocado toast with veggie-packed guacamole, bacon, crumbled cheese, a fresh tomato salad, and a sunny-side up egg.
1) Cook bacon over low heat in a skillet until it’s very crispy. Drain and set bacon aside.
2) In a small bowl, stir together tomatoes, scallions, olive oil, and a pinch of salt and pepper.
3) Toast bread and schmear with guacamole. Top each toast with tomato salad, crumbled bacon, and crumbled queso fresco.
4) Fry an egg in bacon grease or a little olive oil or butter over medium heat. Flip the egg and cook briefly for over-easy or cover and steam for 30 seconds for sunny-side up.
Top each toast with an egg and season with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Serve immediately!
Loaded Guacamole Toast
For these bad boys, I tried out Sabra’s new Veggie Fusions Guacamole. They have a few different flavors but any of them would work great with these toasts. If I had to pick though, I think the Garden Veggie or Southwest flavors work really well.
Check out their Veggie Fusion page for more info on these and to snag a $1 off coupon!
The only thing you need to cook for this recipe is the bacon and the eggs. You could easily skip the bacon if you are really crunched for time. It’s the longest part of the recipe. Without the bacon, you could whip up these toasts in under 10 minutes.
But I like the crunchy, salty flavor. Bacon right?
I just cooked a few strips over low heat so they got really crispy.
Of course, I love the bacon on these toasts, but my absolute favorite part is this quick tomato salad. It’s just grape tomatoes (I used pretty yellow ones) and some scallions with a little olive oil, salt, and pepper. Super simple and it adds some freshness to the toasts. Don’t skip it!
The topper for each toast is an egg. You could make these over easy or sunny-side up. I’m always a fan of sunny-side up. I just cook the eggs in a little olive oil, butter, or bacon grease for about two minutes over medium heat. Then I cover the skillet and let the egg steam for 30 seconds.
Perfect every time!
Toast your bread (use a good sturdy bread) and add a big schmear of guacamole.
Then pile on all the other ingredients. Bacon, crumbled cheese, and tomato salad!
Already looking good right?!
Final step? Egg!
If you love avocado toast (or just delicious breakfasts) these Loaded Guacamole Toasts are a must make!
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