Beautifully Loaded Avocado Toast On A Baguette!

This avocado toast screams spring! It has all of the textures and flavors you desire this time of year. Also, if you wanted some brightness with a bit of crunch you could also top it with a few chopped snapped peas!

Avocado toast is one of my all time favorite, go-to breakfasts, brunch meals, or even snacks depending on how hungry I am. I love that you can pretty much make avocado toast out of anything these days. People are really out here getting very creative with the whole process in how they build their avocado toast. You can use hash browns which are insanely delicious and give off that incredible crunch we all know and love, you can make it on grilled Naan flatbread, or you can build it on bagels. In this case, we’re using a 1/4 of a french baguette! Spring and Summer is peak avocado toast building season in my eyes because the toppings and goodies you’re looking to pile on top are much more fresh then they are in the colder months of the year. The farmers markets are beginning to open up as well and that’s the best place to purchase produce, herbs, and your spring flowers to welcome in this time of year whole heartedly.

Let me tell you how I built this avocado baguette:

  • Toast your pieces of french baguette in butter over low heat until the bread is golden brown and beautiful.
  • You’re going to use an entire avocado depending on the size of it. One half goes on one slice of the baguette and the other half goes on the other slice of the baguette.
  • Right on top of the avocado is where you’re going to want to sprinkle on most of your seasonings, so let’s season with seasoned salt, freshly cracked black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, dried basil, and dried dill weed.
  • Fry up two pieces of bacon and crumble that on top of the avocado.
  • Add just a few super thin slices of red onion. I adore red onion when it is used properly! There are times where you get a burger and you want a hint of that delicious onion flavor, but they piled on thick slices that are so strong you have to remove them completely and we don’t want that to happen here!
  • Chop up two to three sun-dried tomatoes and distribute the chewy pieces throughout both pieces of baguette.
  • Crumble a few pieces of fresh goat cheese on each.
  • Drizzle on a bit of the flavorful oil from the sun-dried tomato jar.
  • Sprinkle some everything but the elote seasoning on top.
  • Garnish with fresh parsley.
  • Finish with balsamic glaze.

If you would like more avocado toast inspiration and recipes please leave you comments down below Diamonds!



2 Comments Add yours

  1. Deborah says:

    A beautiful side dish for anytime. Looks delicious Breanna 😊

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