{Avocado, Egg & Toast Breakfast Love}

Avocado, egg & toast

We all do this.  We get in a breakfast funk.  Smoothie, oatmeal, fruit – whatever.  Sometimes, the routine just doesn’t sound satisfying.  That was my situation this morning.  I looked in my fridge, closed my eyes and grabbed three things.  It turned out to be a surprising success.  The egg and avocado combination is surprisingly delicious and the greens rounds out the breakfast nicely.  Next time you feel in a rut with your breakfast routine, consider giving this a try.  I am adding it to the rotation!  Please share with someone you love.  Namaste. 🙂


Avocado, Egg & Toast
Recipe Type: Breakfast
Cuisine: Simple
Author: Amber of Hello GLow
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Serves: 1 to 2 servings
A simple yet delicious breakfast to break you out of your breakfast routine.
  • 1 avocado, smashed
  • 2 pieces of whole grain toast (I used [url href=”http://www.foodforlife.com/product/breads/ezekiel-49-sprouted-whole-grain-bread” target=”_blank” title=”Ezekiel Sprouted Whole Grain Bread”]Ezekiel Sprouted Whole Grain Bread[/url])
  • 2 eggs
  • Large handful of Power Greens or any green (kale, spinach etc)
  • Dash of ground tumeric
  • Dash of ground cayenne
  • Dash of salt & pepper (or [url href=”https://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/p-penzeysfoxpoint.html” target=”_blank”]Fox Point Seasoning from Penzey’s[/url] – my go to spice blend: ah-mazing)
  • 1 T of bacon fat or olive oil
  1. Toast bread.
  2. Cook eggs over easy.
  3. Cut avocado in half, take out the pit and scoop out one half of avocado and lightly smash onto each piece of toast.
  4. Sprinkle a tiny bit of salt (I used black truffle salt from a local olive oil shop but any salt will do).
  5. Once eggs are cooked, place an egg on each piece of toast and add freshly ground pepper to taste.
  6. Heat bacon fat or olive oil in pan used for eggs. Once heated, place the glorious greens and cover. This will help heat and wilt the greens a bit faster. Saute greens and add tumeric and cayenne as well as salt and pepper or Foxy Fox (my nickname for my beloved Fox Point).
  7. Add sauteed greens to the plate and enjoy!
About The Author

Amber Dugger

Hi! My name is Amber Dugger and I am a location independent online business owner. I am a certified mastery level Profit First Professional, hold degrees in International Business and Finance, and am also a certified Health Coach (INHC). I combine a holistic approach with practical action steps to get my clients set up for financial success and most importantly, sustainability. My clients leave knowing how to bring in money, how much money they want and a simple and effective system in place that allows them to know what to do with their money once they have it.

Blog Comments

Yum! I love avocados and have made a variation of this before. I love the idea of adding greens as a side!

Thanks, Lisa! Greens go great as a side to almost anything. Such a great way to get nutrients and helps keep you satiated. Thanks for the comment and review! 🙂

the photos are beautiful, looks delicious!

Thank you, Meg! It was so good – I hope you try it! Let me know if you do! 🙂

Mmmmm. That looks yummy and nutritious!

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