Oh heeeeeey, easiest-most-delicious Grilled Avocado Goat Cheese Toast!
I like you. I like you a lot. No. I love you. I’m in love.
Is it crazy to be in love with Grilled Avocado Goat Cheese Toast? Nah. Not when it’s all of your favorite things ever combined into one, delicious lunch. Or dinner. Or breakfast. Or snack. Especially not when it tastes like both creamy and crunchy heaven! With savory garlic, earthy spinach, soft cheese, and lightly grilled toast.
I also HAD to share this tip with you guys about avocados! I’m sure most of you guys already do this, but if you don’t then you should totally buy your avocados in bulk (much cheaper that way!) when they’re super green (not ripe). Put them in the produce drawer of your fridge and they can last for a super long time! Like, weeks, people! It’s the best. Just take them out a few days before you need them, and they will be perfectly ripe just in time for Grilled Avocado Goat Cheese Toast!
For this recipe, I used Ezekiel 4:9 Bread. This bread is my ABSOLUTE ALL TIME FAVORITE because it’s the “real” deal and is made completely of grains and legumes. I’ve used it in my French Toast and Gingerbread French Toast recipes, and love eating it in the mornings for breakfast or at lunch.
I loved this Grilled Avocado Goat Cheese Toast open faced, but Cody put a little bit of turkey and another slice of bread on his to turn it into a sandwich. Either way, it’s amazing! Here’s the recipe:
Grilled Avocado Goat Cheese Toast
- 2 slices ezekiel bread
- 2 tsp crushed garlic
- 2 Tbsp spreadable goat cheese
- 1/2 cup spinach
- 1/2 avocado
- 5 grape tomatoes
- 1/2 Tbsp goat cheese crumbles optional
Top each of slice of bread with the crushed garlic and spreadable goat cheese.
In a lightly oiled pan, grill the toast until the cheese is warm and the bread is lightly browned on the edges.
Remove the toast from heat and top with spinach, avocado slices, sliced tomatoes, salt/pepper, and the goat cheese crumbles (if desired).
Serve and enjoy!
You can also try adding this 5 Minute Healthy Spinach Pesto to your toast! What are your favorite ways to Avo Toast?