Fried Egg Avocado Toast is a delicious twist on the classic and trendy avocado toast. If you love egg toast and you love avocado toast, why not pair the avocado and egg together?
This post is sponsored by Schar.
I am sure you have heard all the talk about avocado toast. You have seen those crazy beautifully stylized pictures on Instagram for #ToastTuesday.
Today, I am sharing one of my go-to breakfasts. This is the breakfast I make when I need to power through my morning.
This recipe is pretty simple. We are basically talking about toast, avocado and egg. Oh yes, and some chia seeds on top! But wait, what are those clover leaf looking greens? We will talk about that in a bit!
About the bread…
The base of your avocado toast needs to be a delicious bread. We choose the Deli Style Bread from Schar for this recipe. We love the size of the bread and how sturdy it is.
One serving of this bread is approximately 120 calories and is gluten-free and dairy-free.
This bread is also shelf stable. We use this bread when we travel. It comes in an amazing air tight container which is perfect for traveling. You might remember that we took about 6 packages when we traveled to St. Kitts last fall. It worked out great!
This gluten-free bread is great as is or toasted! For this recipe, we toasted it.
About the avocado…
I would say that avocado is a pretty trendy food right now. It has been for a while. It seems though that people either love it or hate it. I am certainly an avocado lover!
I personally think that avocados are pretty awesome because of how they taste and what they have to offer us. They are super nutrient dense.
Avocados are a fantastic source of vitamins C, E and K. They are pretty good for vitamin B-6 as well! Did I mention healthy fats? Oh yes! Bring on those omega-3 fatty acids!
We simply opened our avocado, removed the pit/skin and mashed the avocado. Then spread the smashed avocado onto your toast!
About the Sunflower Sprouts…
Sunflowers are typically known for their beautiful blooms! I can not argue that those blooms are beautiful, but there is also another great part to the sunflower.
Sunflower sprouts are a great addition into your diet. The sprouts are nutritious and a great source of fiber, iron and healthy fats.
Sunflower sprouts are pretty calorie dense, so use them wisely. I wouldn’t suggest using more than a 1/4 of a cup at a time. A 1/4 of a cup of sunflower sprouts will run you about 190 calories, but they do carry a lot of nutritional benefit.
I used a 1/4 of a cup for this Fried Egg Avocado Toast recipe!
About the eggs…
Eggs can be tricky, especially in the texture department. If you can’t stomach a runny egg, that is quite fine. Just scramble your egg and use it to top your avocado toast.
There are so many ways you can prepare eggs. For this recipe, I did a cross between a Sunny Side Up and an Over Easy Egg. I wanted the yolk to still be runny but I wanted to flip the egg in the process.
Want to learn more about all the different ways you can cook eggs? Check this out.
About the chia seeds…
I added chia seeds to my smashed avocado toast for a few reasons. Not only does it give a beautiful contrast, but I also wanted to enjoy some of the benefits that chia seeds has to offer.
Chia seeds follow suit with our nutrient dense ingredient list for this fried egg avocado toast recipe. Chia seeds offer up fatty acids, vitamins, iron and more.
Chia seeds are said to be great for digestive health, skin, heart health and more.
Let’s get to this recipe!
Thank you to Schar for sponsoring this recipe. We are very excited to be partnering with you. Your products have made a great impact on our lives!
Are you loving breakfast recipes but looking beyond avocado breakfast recipes? Be sure to check out Tofu Scramble Breakfast Burritos, Leek and Pepper Breakfast Casserole, Raspberry Breakfast Casserole, or Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake.
Let’s talk! Have you joined the avocado toast train? What are you favorite toppings to your avocado toast? Leave me a comment below!