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Avocados weren't a thing when I was a kid. I didn't discover them until my late twenties, and I feel like I'm making up for lost time. Our family consumes crazy amounts of this amazing fruit. Most mornings, we grab a few of these beauties, mash them up and call it breakfast. In the process, we've learned a thing or two about making the perfect toast. I wanted to share these five quick tips regarding avocado toast to help you elevate your healthy breakfast.

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Let's hear it for Avocados

Don't hold back on your love of the avocado. As a big avocado and guacamole fan, I loved hearing more about the health benefits of this creamy fruit. Avocados are a fantastic source of monosaturated fats (the healthy fats) that support healthy brain function by promoting blood flow. They are also packed with vitamin B and include antioxidants to protect against free radicals.

Five Quick Tips Regarding Avocado Toast

Basic Avocado Toast

Let's start with the basic recipe. The most important ingredient is ripe fruit. Be sure to select avocados that are soft to the touch, but not mushy.

Serves: 2
Prep time: 7 min.
Cook time: 0 min. + 5 min.

  • 1 fully ripened avocado from Mexico, halved, pitted and peeled
  • Salt
  • 1-2 squirts of fresh lemon
  • Ground black pepper
  • 2 large slices bread, toasted
  • 2 tablespoons chopped tomato (optional)


  1. In a bowl, coarsely mash avocado with a fork.
  2. Season with salt and pepper to taste. 
  3. Add lemon.
  4. Divide avocado onto toast and spread to cover; cut each slice in half.
  5. If using, sprinkle tomato over top and serve.

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Stale Bread is Your Friend

I'm not talking about moldy bread, but slightly dry bread is going to be awesome once toasted and loaded up. The best bread is sturdy and has a hearty crust like an artisan multi-grain loaf. 

Ways to Store Your Avocado

Let's say you can't finish the whole avocado, here are some tips for storage.

  1. Avocado Hugger: these nifty devices fit perfectly around sliced avocados. With only one set you can preserve avocados large and small. These covers are a superior replacement for plastic bags, plastic wrap and wax paper alternatives.
  2. The Citrus Method: Acid is said to slow down the process of browning. Rub the cut side of an avocado with lemon juice. 

How to Get the Pit Out of an Avocado

Check out this video. I showed my mom this trick over the summer. She said it changed her life. It's the ONLY way to take out a pit. 

I hope you learned a thing or two about this amazing fruit and are inspired to improve on the classic recipe. 


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