30 Creative Ways To Eat Toast

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By Addah Arcilla | August 18, 2014 12:40 PM EST

The humble toast, there's nothing simpler than a toast. You pull it out of the toaster; put it on a plate and- voila! Breakfast in less than a minute.

However, there's more than one way to eat a toast. Here are 30 topping suggestions to make your toast and your breakfast a little more interesting.

  1. Condensed milk

  2. Strawberry butter (see recipe, here)

  3. Butter sprinkled with cinnamon sugar

  • Butter top with orange rind and sprinkled with sugar

  • Cream cheese and jam

  • Cream cheese and chives

  • Cream cheese and chopped olives

  • Cream cheese and fresh blueberries

  • Vanilla or strawberry ice cream

  • Almond butter, honey and granola

  • Peanut butter and bananas topped with a drizzle of chocolate

  • Whipped cream and strawberry preserves

  • Peanut butter, thinly sliced celery and raisins

  • Fresh tomatoes and parmesan cheese

  • Feta cheese, sliced tomatoes and olives

  • Chopped dates, sliced Feta cheese and sliced almonds

  • Ricotta cheese, dried figs and sesame seeds

  • Cottage cheese and cream cheese mixed with cinnamon, sugar and raisins

  • Light cream cheese, blackberries, raspberries and basil

  • Mascarpone cheese topped with raspberries and drizzled with honey

  • Cottage cheese, sliced pineapple and chopped cashews

  • Mashed avocado mixed with lemon juice, salt and pepper and sprinkled with chili flakes

  • Sliced avocado, crumbled Feta cheese, pomegranates and a drizzle of olive oil on top

  • Mashed chickpeas with olive oil, fried egg and tomato

  • Blue cheese, sliced apples and honey

  • Mashed bananas spread topped with chopped almonds with a dust of cinnamon (see recipe, here)

  • Hummus, pomegranates and chopped walnuts

  • Poached egg, marinara sauce, parmesan cheese and basil

  • Kimchi, sliced hard boiled eggs and sesame seeds

  • Cream cheese, smoked salmon, scallions and ribboned cucumber - use a vegetable peeler to make ribbons.

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