Hi Friends! Are there any avocado toast fans out there?? I'm a big fan of avocado toast! My son, Tim, and his wife, Julie, gave me The Best of Aggieland cookbook for Christmas, which they got from a chef friend that has a restaurant in College Station. Tim and Julie graduated from Texas A&M, and they go there for games occasionally. The recipe was in the cookbook and I tried it, which is from First Watch, a great breakfast place.
I'm using my pretty rose teacup today.
My matching teapot is holding some Harney & Sons New England Breakfast tea which has a hint of maple syrup, and perfect for a morning brew.
This is such a wonderful recipe and especially on some whole grain artisan bread. I scaled the recipe down for a single serving.
- 1 small avocado, halved, pitted, and peeled
- a squeeze of fresh lime or lemon juice
- a pinch of kosher salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion salt, and paprika (See NOTE)
- 1 thick slice of artisan bread (I used my homemade bread)
- Everything Seasoning for Bagels and More, for garnish (my addition)
- In a bowl, combine the avocado with the squeeze of lime or lemon juice, and the seasonings. Mash with a rubber spatula or whisk, keeping medium-sized chunks. Don't over mash!
- Toast the bread, and spread the toast evenly with the avocado mash. You can drizzle with a teeny bit of olive oil, and sprinkle with sea salt. I sprinkled with some Everything bagel seasoning.
If you'd like to make their seasoning, here's the recipe. I opted for pinches of the seasonings.
First Watch Seasoning:
2 cups kosher salt
1/2 cup black pepper
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon onion salt
1-1/2 teaspoons paprika
Also, you can make the avocado mash ahead of time by transferring it to an airtight container. Seal tightly with a double layer of plastic wrap pressed down directly onto the avocado mash. Keep in the fridge for 2 hours.
Thank you for your visit! xo
Our daughter and son in love live in Magnolia so we travel through BC Station often...Our nephew also graduated from Texas A&M.ReplyDelete
I LOVE avocado toast! So does my daughter, Crystal. Everytime they come up for a visit, we enjoy several slices together.Enjoy your day friend.
Good morning Kitty! Your breakfast tray looks delicious and healthy! Love your pretty rose teapot and teacup and your Harney & Sons New England Breakfast Tea sounds like one I would love too. My Harney & Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea is almost gone, time to reorder. :) Happy Monday ♥ReplyDelete
My girls love 🥑 but I find it bland. FIrst Watch is local favorite here, and that seasoning recipe sounds super easy. I know it's a great food source, may need to try that. Love how you treat yourself to special dining and tea-sipping goodness, Kitty. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty teacup and teapot Kitty! The avocado toast sounds wonderful and the breakfast tea with maple sounds really good! Have a lovely week!ReplyDelete
No thanks, but I see many other delicious foods on your breakfast table. ☺️
I do love avocado toast! It's so filling and delicious. Such a pretty tea cup and pot. Have a great week, Kitty.ReplyDelete
I like your teapot and teacup Kitty. The avocado toast looks great. I hope you have a nice week.ReplyDelete
Love avocado with sugar! Your recipe looks delicious. Stunning teapot and gorgeous teacup. Best wishes!ReplyDelete
I've had guacamole, but never avocado toast Kitty. Sounds like a nice healthy breakfast:@)ReplyDelete
What a pretty rose teacup and teapot!ReplyDelete
I'm also a fan of avocado toast. Next time I'll have to try it with the Everything Seasonings for bagel!
thanks for the nudge to try some avocado toast ... i love that everything seasoning on just about everything these days! hard boiled eggs, sweet potatoes, salad. yum!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty breakfast tray Kitty with the lovely teacup, saucer and teapot. I have eaten avocado toast on occasion, I love how healthy it is! The cookbook sounds so interesting. Hope you are having a great start to the new year........hugs.ReplyDelete
I've always wondered how to make avocado toast - it looks delicious, especially in such a pretty tea setting. The bagel seasoning sounds good, too! Hope you have a lovely weeks end, dear Kitty. x KReplyDelete
Wow Kitty, I just fixed avocado toast for my hubby and I . I used toasted english muffins and I also add a clove of crushed garlic to mine.ReplyDelete
I have just gotten into eating fresh avocados! I haven't yet tried avocado toast, but I hear about it often. I have been making homemade guacamole, using pico de gallo, and oh, my! It is just delicious and so healthy! Thank you for sharing this great recipe, my friend.ReplyDelete
I do like avocado :)ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
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