Avocado Toast-Nicholson Family Favorite

It takes 3 minutes to make!

There are many different recipes for Avocado Toast, but this is one that my family LOVES!!!

You can slice, mash, or fill avocados. Avocados are healthy little snacks or meals, they contain mono and polyunsaturated fats, as well as antioxidants like beta carotene, which are just some of the health benefits that come with their rich taste. This simple avocado toast recipe will make breakfast or brunch more fun if you learn how to make it. Learn how to make the base and get the perfect golden brown toast.

You need a recipe for avocado toast that’s perfect and this is it. You can add anything you wish to this recipe, egg, lobster, micro greens…the possibilities are endless.

No need to look any further. If you want to learn how to make great avocado toast for the last time, this is the best and easiest way to do so!

There are only two must-have components: toasted bread and sliced or mashed avocados. From here, you can keep it simple with seasonings or get more creative with various toppings. A large, eight-ounce avocado is enough to make two generous servings. In addition, it yields about ½ cup of mashed fruit.

  • Author: Kim Nicholson
  • Total Time: 3 minutes



Your favorite type of bread, we love a good whole grain or sourdough bread

Chopped garlic (Optional, but we love the kick and the health benefits of garlic)

Feta cheese, as much or little as you like


A touch of salt and pepper

Bonus: We also love Spiceology Guac and Roll seasoning


  1. Toast your bread
  2. Optional: While bread is toasting, chop 1-2 cloves of garlic (depending on how much of a garlic fanatic you are!)
  3. Scoop out both sides of the avocado flesh, slice or mash
  4. Add your avocado on top of your toasted bread
  5. Season with salt and pepper
  6. Optional: Add your Spiceology Guac and Roll seasoning
  7. Drizzle with sriracha
  8. Add crumbled feta cheese on top (Tip: We buy the feta cheese crumbles, but sometimes the crumbles are large – this is where we choose to crumble those pieces a bit more)
  9. Add your chopped garlic on top for a bit of a kick and bonus health benefits!


Sliced Avocado vs Mashed Avocado

When you think of traditional avocado toast, you probably envision mashed avocado. While both techniques have their own benefits, for this specific recipe we tend to do sliced avocado for presentation and texture purposes.

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