10 Delicious Reasons To Break Up With Avocado Toast

When it comes to the morning rush, there is nothing faster than a slice of toast. I used to just smear on some (okay, a lot of) butter, or drizzle olive oil over the top with a sprinkle of sea salt. Eventually, I graduated to smashed up avocado with some olive oil, and maybe a dash of chili pepper. But even with something as delicious as avocado toast, I start to get bored after a while. (Plus, there are recent signs that the fad has gone way too far.) Enter Danielle Walsh's The Daily Toast — a website that is all toast, all the time. Here are 10 super-creative toast ideas that are quick to assemble and perfect to start off the day (or enjoy at any time of day, really!).
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We've seen blackberry jam and cream cheese before, but the sprinkling of thyme adds the perfect touch.
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Is it weird to start your day off with melted cheese? NO! In fact, we think everyone should embrace it more. This toast has sharp cheddar, gochujang (a Korean chili), and cilantro — yes, please!
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This might sound like a strange combination of flavors, but it really works! Cottage cheese, pineapple, sea salt, Aleppo pepper, and sprouts.
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I have an old jar of fig jam in my fridge that I've been wondering what to do with. Good to know that if I pair it with pecorino cheese, I have the perfect three-ingredient toast.
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This one is simple and straightforward, and we love it: crunchy peanut butter and bee pollen.
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Five Ingredients, one culinary revelation: tahini, banana, chia seeds, bee pollen, sea salt.
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You could mix up a big batch of the ingredients for this toast — chickpeas, tomato sauce, harissa, feta, and parsley — and use it as a dinner side or snack for later!
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If you have some leftover broccoli, throw it on a slice of bread with some goat cheese, lime, and chile — YUM!
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Take that chicken salad from the supermarket, smack on some carrot ribbons and dill, and dig in while marveling at how fancy you are.
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And finally, for a more classic take on breakfast, we have asparagus, lemon, olive oil, pecorino, poached egg, and black pepper.
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