6 Delicious Things To Put On Toast (when it’s too hot too cook)

Friends,
Since I live alone and work from home, my meals frequently degenerate into Various Fake Meat Patties cooked in a toaster, salads, bowls and bowls of cereal, and fancy soup I bought at Target. Now that it’s hot, I’m even less likely to engage in Real Cooking. But I still like nice, healthy, tasty food. 
Solution? Putting things on toast!
If you want to get fancy, you can call these ‘variations on bruschetta’ or ‘an open-faced toasted sandwich’ or ‘a tartine.’ A meal by any other name would still taste delicious and take five minutes.
Toast recipes! 

 

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11 Comments

Anonymous

Yay! These sound fabulous. I made an open face sandwich last night with hummus, chia seeds, guacamole, and bean sprouts on top. It was one of the most delicious and filling things I've ever eaten! Soooo good.

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Corin

Sliced tomato, fresh mozzarella, a few leaves of basil (if I'm feeling fancy) and maybe a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Though, sometimes I just do butter and sliced tomato, and that's just as delicious too. 🙂

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Kate K

Love this! Toast is a separate food group for me. I'm not ashamed to admit that I live on really crusty, crunchy multigrain toast with avocado and sea salt. It's the perfect meal. (especially with a fried egg on the side. Om nom nom.)

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thebockster

I love cooked lentils on toast for a great breakfast! I've also become obsessed with hummus and sliced avocado on toast, with hot sauce on top!

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Eileen

"Things on toast" should be its own category on restaurant menus. 🙂 Have you ever had figs, mozzarella, and basil on sourdough with a little olive oil? THE BEST.

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