If You’re Not Topping Your Toast Like This, Then You’re Doing Breakfast All Wrong

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Take your breakfast toast to the next level with these easy toppings

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Is there anything that doesn’t taste good on toast? (Photo Modified: Flickr/Asha Yoganandan/CC 4.0)

Avocado

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It doesn’t matter what you add to it: smash an avocado onto toast and it will be delicious. Everything from a squeeze of lemon juice and a pinch of red pepper flakes to caramelized onions and oven-roasted tomatoes makes insanely good avocado toast.

Bananas


Smashed or sliced bananas are the perfect all-natural toast topper. Add a few chopped nuts for protein and a pinch of cinnamon for spice and you have the perfect sweet and salty breakfast-on-the-go.

Goat Cheese

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Tastier than cream cheese, this tangy toast-topper makes a great base for blueberries and honey. Or take your toast in a savory direction by adding smoked salmon, sliced cucumber, and capers.

Nut Butter

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For a breakfast toast that tastes like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich (but better), try topping your toasted bread with unsweetened nut butter and smashed raspberries or blackberries.

Soft-Boiled Egg

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This is the best way to eat eggs and toast on the go. Take either a soft-boiled egg or a poached egg and smash it on top of toast. All this delicious breakfast needs is a sprinkle of coarse salt and you’re out the door.

Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.