Say goodbye to avocado toast and hello to this guacamole toast, spiced up with roasted corn and jalapeños and topped with a runny egg!
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Today I’m sharing another super simple recipe for when you don’t have time to cook (don’t miss the strawberry cucumber salad I shared on Tuesday). This guacamole toast,loosely inspired by a plate of heuvos rancheros that I had for brunch recently, is a fast an easy breakfast, dinner, or afternoon snack. It’s full of flavor, healthy, and totally delicious.
Avocado toast has been all over the place lately but since I’m
lazy busy I usually make myself guacamole toast instead. Using guacamole – which I always have in my fridge – is a great way to avoid the disappointment of a not-quite-ripe, flavorless avocado. Plus you’re not left wondering wondering what to do with half of a leftover avocado.
I’ve been a big fan of Sabra‘s classic guac for a while, so I was really excited when they came out with this vegetable fusions line. This new guacamole is blended with real, crisp vegetables and comes in three flavors – southwest, mango lime, and garden vegetable. Each one is more delicious than the next!
The dip is rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and fiber, and has 30% less fat than traditional guacamole. It’s also vegan, kosher, and gluten-free. You can learn more – and snag a $1 coupon – at www.sabra.com/veggiefusions.
I love the garden vegetable for recipes like this, and the mango lime is awesome for snacking. Try it with blue corn tortillas. Yum!
When it comes to guacamole toast (or avocado toast) I always like to go big on flavor. If you ask me, it’s essential to have something crispy, something spicy, and something fresh and green. And an egg. Always, always, always a runny egg.
For this toast, I tackle several of those components with a simple roasted corn and jalapeño salad. The vegetables are crisp, the jalapeño is spicy, and and whole thing is super fresh. Heating the corn and pepper in a hot pan until it starts to blister gives it an extra layer of flavor and takes a little bit of the edge off the jalapeño. If you have leftover grilled corn or a bag of frozen fire-roasted corn, that’ll work here too.