Better Avocado Toast

I apologize for my lack of posting recipes, this year has been busy! Yet now that we are all stuck at home, I can FINALLY catch up and get back into the grove of things!

Now as much as I sort of like avocado toast, guacamole is life. I decided to make my avocado toast, a little more like a chunky delicious guacamole. This avocado stuff I made for lunch one day with leftovers of odds and ends and it was soooooo tasty. Its very flavorful, you can easily make this your own, and add extra stuff. I love kalamata olives, so I can never have enough of them! Obviously if you aren’t a fan, you can sub them for tomatoes, or some delicious grilled peppers.

Better Avocado Toast

2 pieces of your preferred gluten free bread, toasted


Couple pieces of Bacon

3 Ripe Avocados

1 Lime, Juiced

Salt, to taste

Pepper, to taste

Kalamata Olives, 1/4 to 1/2 Cup, Chopped

1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder

2 Eggs, sunny side up or easy over (whichever you prefer)

Place your toast on your plate and lightly cover each piece with some mayonnaise. (I tend to use mayonnaise made from Avocado Oil. It’s a litte healthier than regular stuff)

Place your strips of bacon on your toast. ( I had left over Boar bacon which turned out perfectly)

Cut your avocados in half, remove the pits by carefully taking a sharp knife and abruptly hitting it towards the stone. Discard the pit and scoop all the avocado in a bowl.

Add salt, pepper, and garlic powder to desired taste. I typically add quite a bit of salt. Ever since culinary school I have truly learned my lesson of how much salt food needs. For most people it may seem like a lot, so it’s better to adjust to your own taste buds, since you will be eating it.

Take a fork and mash the avocados up a bit, trying to break down some of the bigger pieces.

Juice the lime into the bowl and continue mashing until you get your desired consistency.

Cut your olives in 1/4s and add to the avocado.

Add olives to your own discretion, I love them so I added about ½ cup. Set aside

Grab a frying pan, set to medium heat and add enough butter so you have a thin melted layer along the pan.

Crack your 2 eggs in and cook until your desired preference.

Place your cooked eggs on to your toast and bacon and add your avocado mixture on top.

Top it off with a tad of red chilli peppers.

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