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29 Toast Recipes That Justify Our Obsession

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Bread. You can’t live with it, you can’t live without it. It goes with literally everything. And is perfection on a plate.

And toasted? We could live on that stuff. What was once a bland snack or side has become its own trendy meal, appearing on restaurant menus across the country, national talk radio, and online media outlets (ahem). At first thought, you might think toasted bread is just a plain old snack, but that plain old snack has become a full on foodie trend. You could say, it’s the best thing since sliced bread.

The fact that you can do just about anything with it is why we love it so much. So we’ve scouted out our top 29 toast recipes to get you started:

1. Fairy ToastWe’ve never seen such pretty toast before. This is not your typical kids fairy bread — white bread with butter and sprinkles. This one features sourdough toast, butter, sweetened condensed milk, bits of marzipan, and a touch of class, perfect for parties or enjoying all to yourself.

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Image Source: My Name is Yeh

2. Cucumber Hummus ToastSwap those pita chips for toast, cucumber, basil, and dill. Light, refreshing, and flavorful!

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Image Source: She Wears Many Hats

3. Strawberry and Ricotta Toast with Basil and HoneyThe fresh fruit and herbs screams summer. And the sweet and savory combo is sure to delight your palate.

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IMAGE SOURCE: ALASKA FROM SCRATCH

4. Egg in ToastThere are a plethora of terms for this dish: egg in a hole, egg in a basket, toad in a hole. And some rather strange names like spit in the ocean and gashouse eggs. No matter your preference, one thing is for sure — you will be happy you made this choice.

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Image Source: My Name is Yeh

5. Hagelslag ToastIn the Netherlands and Belgium, hagelslag (aka chocolate sprinkles) are used on bread and butter (similar to fairy bread, above). This is a food tradition we can get behind!

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Image Source: Anthropologie Blog

6. Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese ToastMove over bagel! Toast and Lox is the new dish in town.

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Image Source: Best Friends for Frosting

7. Melon Prosciutto ToastWe don’t know why, but there is something about honeydew melon and prosciutto, that when combined, creates a beautiful explosion of flavors.

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Image Source: Clementine Daily

8. Cinnamon Toast: We have fond childhood memories of creating these deliciously sweet treats. We say, toss the box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch and introduce your kids to the inspiration, the legend, the one and only … Cinnamon Toast.

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9. Egg Salad ToastWe love us some old-school egg salad, with a few added herbs and spices. Yes, it’s basically like an open-faced sandwich. And yes, it’s delicious.

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Image Source: Clementine Daily

10. Grown Up PB&J: Since much of a mom’s diet consists of PB&Js, why not modify — or rather momify — the dish?! This baby has crunchy almond butter, raspberry chia seed jam, and coconut flakes.

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Image Source: Angela Liddon | Oh She Glows

11. Butternut Squash and Ricotta Toast: We can picture eating this on a crisp fall day while watching the leaves change colors.

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Image Source: Eric Moran & Kenzi Wilbur | Food52

12. Avocado Toast: There will always be a special place in our heart for Avocado Toast. It’s the perfect snack, with some zesty lemon, oil, salt, and pepper. Simple and oh so satisfying.

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13: The Elvis: We can get behind any food Elvis himself would approve. His favorite chocolate, banana, and peanut butter trio is always a win.

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Image Source: Angela Liddon | Oh She Glows

14. Whipped Feta and Tomato ToastThis whipped feta looks like a dream! And with the tomato and basil, this toast is like a healthy margherita pizza, right?

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Image Source: How Sweat Eats

15. Almond-ella on Toast with Strawberries and Coconut FlakesAlmond butter + chocolate = almond-ella. When spread on toast and topped with strawberries and coconut flakes, well it’s out-of-this-world good!

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Image Source: Love and Lemons

16. Avocado and Heirloom Tomato Toast with Balsamic DrizzleTo dress up your avocado toast, add some fresh ingredients. This balsamic drizzle brings it all together.

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Image Source: Blissful Basil

17. Apple Honey Walnut ToastGet your classic apple and peanut butter flavor but in fancy toast form. Spread your favorite nut butter on toast, add sliced apples and walnuts, and drizzle with honey. Mmm, mmm good!

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Image Source: Hello Natural

18. Pop Rocks ToastPop Rocks on toast? Who would have thunk?! It’s an unexpected (and pretty to look at) idea for kids parties.

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19. Tahini ToastTahini = sesame paste. It’s the consistency of peanut butter with a roasted sesame flavor that isn’t so sweet like most nut butters. Add some butter, cinnamon, honey, and salt and you’ve got a delicious new toast creation.

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Image Source: Five and Spice | Food52

20. Toast and JamThough toast and jam is pretty much as basic as you can get (well, other than butter), a nice jam can make all the difference. This homemade Blueberry Lavender Rhubarb is no exception.

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Image Source: Healthy Green Kitchen

21. Tofu Ricotta with Crushed Pistachios: For the dairy-free or vegan toast-lovers, tofu ricotta is calling your name — blend cashews, nutritional yeast, olive oil, and salt in a food processor, and you’re done! Spread on toast and add toppings of your choice.

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Image Source: One Ingredient Chef

22. Bear ToastYour kids can get really creative with food art toast. This bear is just as adorable as it is easy!

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Image Source: Mama Papa Bubba

23. Fig and Chevre Toast: This is the perfect dinner party appetizer that looks fancy but is actually quite easy. All you need to do is add sliced figs, goat cheese, and a simple balsamic reduction to your toast, and voila!

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24. Peanut Butter and Banana Toast with Granola and HoneyGive your go-to peanut butter and banana toast the upgrade it deserves. You will thank us!

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Image Source: Well Plated

25. Toast with Cream Cheese and Jam: Adding a little cream cheese to that toast and jam will make all the difference for your breakfast or midday snack.

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26. Rainbow Toast: The kids prepare their food while exercising their creative muscles, yes please!

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27. Cookie Toast: Yes, you read that right — cookies on toast. Cookie spread makes this carb-loaded deliciousness possible!

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28. Ricotta Toast with Blueberries and Pumpkin SeedsBet you’ve never thought about putting blueberries on toast, especially not with pumpkin seeds. Though unique, it’s also a scrumptious flavor combination.

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29. Brick ToastWe’ll admit that this giant brick of toast is a little — OK very — over the top. But, sometimes you just need to be glutenous, like after a crazy week. Plus, your kids will LOVE making it, especially this one slathered in condensed milk, filled with ice cream, macaroons, and pirouette cookies, and topped with chocolate syrup. Just know that we’re not responsible for the sugar high following.

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Image Source: Kirbie Cravings
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