Start planning your weekend now, you’re having toast for breakfast.
Not any Wednesday ‘peanut butter with a banana folded in because you’re late for the bus’ toast but real Sunday brunch toast, Totally worth sharing, but better curled up in bed, on your own, whilst rewarding yourself with some Netflix after making such a delicious, super wholesome breakfast!
The toasts are super simple, probably helped by the fact the bread is from The Midnight Baker. I’m a bit late on the wagon here and but have wanting to try her bread for ages! It’s been worth the wait, it’s so good and has kept me going all week! I went for the natural Freedom Loaf, it’s free from wheat, dairy, refined sugar, yeast and eggs. It is so filling too, two little slices are enough for a big snack or with toppings for lunch. In this case we went for four, because it’s ok to indulge sometimes, especially when you’re actually being really good!
First course, savoury, creamy organic avocado with a coriander salsa.
Second course, sweet, banana, almonds, Ceres Cacao Almond Crush and Noble Tonic 02 maple syrup (which I tried at Taste and fell in love with!).
Sunday morning, wake up, stretch, breathe and get yourself down to the markets , get yourself your bread, and the ingredients you need, I think you can get Noble here too if you want to treat yourself! Head home to make your delicious treats and hop back into bed to make up for being up so early!
Avocado & Coriander Salsa
- 2 Slices Natural Freedom Loaf
- 1 Avocado
- 1 Tomato
- A Handful of Coriander
- 1/4 of a Red Onion
- 1/2 a Lemon
- Olive Oil, Salt and Pepper to Tast
- Mash your avocado in a small bowl, normally I like mine chunky but this time I went for a much smoother mash which was great. Squeeze a little lemon juice in and add some salt and pepper.
- Half your tomato and take out the seeds. Chunky dice the tomato and pop into a bowl. Chop your coriander finely and add to tomato, leaving a few sprigs for garnish. Finely dice red onion and add to the mix.
- When you’re ready to serve, toast your freedom loaf. Give your salsa a good squeeze of lemon juice and a glug of olive oil, add some salt and pepper and stir gently to combine. Spread a good layer of avocado onto each slice and a few teaspoons of salsa. Finish with some extra coriander and pepper.
Banana and Cacao Crush
- 2 Slices of Freedom Loaf
- Ceres Cacao Almond Crush
- 1/2 a Banana
- A Few Almond Slices
- A Drizzle of Maple Syrup
- Toast your freedom loaf and spread with a good layer of delicious almond crush.
- Finely slice your banana and top your toast with a few slices, sprinkle on your almonds and drizzle sparingly with maple syrup. Foolproof treat!