Hi everybody! I thought I would do a fairly quick blog post today giving you the run-down about one of my favorite recipes – avocado toast! So, without further ado, let’s get into how to make this super-healthy and delicious recipe…
This recipe not only tastes delicious, but it has great nutritional benefits. It’s super fast and easy, which is great during a summer program or difficult schedules (Nutcracker season, anyone?).
The avocado is rich in healthy fats and omega 3, which can benefit your dancing like no other. It gives you fantastic long-lasting energy that you will savor through those lengthy rehearsals and rigorous summer INTENSEive classes.
- 1/2 avocado
- olive oil
- red pepper flakes
- sea salt
- lemon juice
You will also need a toaster, plate, fork, and knife.
Start by making the spread for on top of the toast. Pit an avocado and take one half of it, scooping out the insides into a bowl. Mash them up with a fork until it is a paste-consistency. Chunks are okay – you will have them no matter how hard you mash!
Next, throw in a bit of lemon juice and sea salt. Be careful with these ingredients – you don’t want to overpower the avocado, but you still want to spice up the bland taste with some flavor.
Mix this all together until the added ingredients are incorporated into the avocado cream.
Toast your bread in a toaster to your desired amount – I like it well toasted for this recipe because the avocado and other ingredients have the tendency to soak into the bread if it is not fully toasted.
Finish by spreading your avocado cream onto the bread using a knife. Add on a drizzle of olive oil and red pepper flakes on the top to spice it all up and add some more flavor. Eat up, and don’t forget to take a picture and tag me on Instagram, @gouletballet.
Thanks for using this recipe! I’ll see you on Wednesday with another blog post.
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