I’m sure everyone has heard of Avocado Toast by now. It’s been trending big time as the healthy go-to snack. The purpose of it aside from being easy is that it’s also quick too. Which is great, but in all honesty. It’s kind of boring. Maybe it has something to do with guacamole being my number one favorite way to enjoy avocados. But I also love avocado in a pesto and sliced in a damn good sandwich. None of which are boring.
So, because I’ve always been the outcast who went against the grain because I thought trends were “dumb” for lack of better words; I’m making this Avocado Toast thing look even more boring by making GUACAMOLE TOAST using my Roasted Jalapeno Guacamole recipe! I have more reasons why other than being a brat about it LOL. It’s a healthier, low carb way to enjoy guacamole than with a bag of chips. Also, if you choose the right sliced bread it can be a very diabetic friendly snack.
I’ve been eating sprouted breads for about ten years now, they’re typically flourless, high in protein, and fiber. My favorite company is Alvarado Bakery and lately I’ve been eating their Sprouted Flax Seed Bread. It’s 100 calories for 2 slices. That’s 6.5g net carbs per slice. Alvarado makes other sliced breads that are super tasty and just as healthy depending on what your nutritional demands are. Making a batch of guacamole for toast will not result in wasting guacamole. It will keep in the fridge for a couple of days as there’s enough citrus to keep it preserved. Just stir before serving and share it.
Toast your slice of bread to desired toastiness.
Slather the guacamole on top of the toast.