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Healthy Snacking: Coconut Avocado Toast

Sometimes in the mid-afternoon I crave a snack. When lunch has worn off but it isn’t quite dinnertime I need something to munch on to hold me over. I’ve always been a big fan of coconut avocado toast for these occasions. It is full of healthy fats and I find the flavors rich and satisfying without being too heavy. Since I always look to make my favorite snacks even healthier and more flavorful, I tried making this with a little coconut oil. I love the mild coconut flavor it imparts and how it sinks into the bread without weighing it down. Each bite is a rich and satisfying treat that holds me until dinner without an ounce of guilt!

 

  • Make Coconut Avocado Toast 1 of 5
    Coconut Avocado Toast Final

    To make your quick snack start by assembling all of our ingredients. There are only a few ingredients so this really won't take long to do!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Toast the Bread 2 of 5
    Coconut Avocado Toast

    Toast two slices of whole grain bread in your toaster until lightly browned all the way around. Make sure they get crispy since you need them to hold up all the ingredients!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Spread with Oil 3 of 5
    Coconut Avocado Toast 2

    Coconut oil is soft enough to be spreadable. Spread a dime sized amount on each slice of bread just like you would butter. Make sure you reach the edges of each slice of bread!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

     

  • Slice the Avocado 4 of 5
    Coconut Avocado Toast 4

    Slice the avocado into thin pieces and spread them out on the slices of toast. Immediately sprinkle the toast with some coarse salt and a touch of pepper.

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Enjoy! 5 of 5
    Coconut Avocado Toast 3

    Cut your toast with a fork and knife, or just pick it up and eat it as it is. Your perfect snack is ready!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

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