For this avocado beet hummus toast, seedy slices of bread gets toasted and topped with beet hummus, avocado, sprouts, cilantro, smoked sea salt and crumbled goat cheese!
I’ve been obsessing over this avocado toast since last month.
It was apart of this fabulous breakfast spread when I was at a blogger retreat in Utah. Every single one of us oohed and aahed over this toast. Not only is this the colors smashing, but it’s so dang delicious.
I went back for fifths.
I could not even get over how well the goat cheese, avocado and beet hummus worked together. To tell you the truth, I really wasn’t expecting to fall hard for this toast. But here I am weeks later, recreating it for you guys. It’s just so incredibly delicious.
I really, really, really hope you try it!
To make these wondrous toasts, you’ll need to gather all your ingredients: seeding slices of bread, this beet hummus, avocado, sprouts, freshly crumbled goat cheese, (smoked) sea salt or any large flaked sea salt will work (this adds some crunch!), coarsely ground black pepper and (not pictured) cilantro leaves.
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The trick to storing ripe avocados so they last is a no-brainer, it’s easy and effective and has saved me SO much money. First buy hard to the touch, bright green avocados and allow them to ripen on the counter. Once they are black, soft to the touch (NOT squishy) pop them into the fridge. Because here is where they will last for quite a few days! You guys this has changed my life and I owe this trick to my sisters. No more wasted avocados!
Start by toasting the bread slices in your toaster. Next, top with a couple tablespoons of the beet hummus spread it all over the toast.
Next top with thin slices of fresh avocado and then crumble goat cheese over top. Aren’t you glad I did the steps for you? 😉
Then the finishing touches; sprouts, cilantro leaves, flaked salt and coarse ground black pepper.
If you can find micro greens, use them instead of sprouts!
Is this not the prettiest?? And good for you too! Whether for breakfast, brunch, mid-afternoon snack or app for a party. It won’t disappoint.
The moral of the story? Avocado Beet Hummus toast is not just a pretty face.
Enjoy! And if you give this Avocado Beet Hummus Toast recipe a try, let me know! Snap a photo and tag me on twitter or instagram!
The BEST Avocado Beet Hummus Toast
- 4 slices seedy bread, toasted
- 1/2 cup or more roasted beet hummus
- 1 avocado, sliced
- 4 ounces goat cheese, crumbled
- sprouts or micro greens
- flaked sea salt
- freshly ground black pepper
- torn cilantro leaves
- Toast the bread until golden. Smear with beet hummus and top with avocado slices, goat cheese crumbles, micro greens and cilantro. Season with flaked sea salt and freshly ground black pepper.
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This looks delicious! What would you recommend in place of the goat cheese? I used to love it, but in recent years I’ve spent too much time around bucks in rut and I can “taste the smell” in the cheese if that makes any sense.
Hi Heather! I get what you’re saying, I would try feta or blue cheese even. 🙂
Could you provide the recipe for the roasted beet hummus, I didn’t see it or a link to it anywhere? Thanks! I look forward to trying this one!
Absolutely, Catherine! I added the link into the post but here you go! I hope you love this as much as I do! https://www.simplyscratch.com/2016/11/roasted-beet-hummus.html <3
Not sure if you follow the Pinch of Yum blog, but this recipe seems to be mentioned in her post today. I thought you would be happy to know that your recipe made it to someone’s baby shower 🙂
Hi Andrea! Yes! Lindsay is a friend of mine and was also at the blogger retreat with me. We both are obsessed over this toast. 🙂
I feel like I have to tell you that I rarely comment on blogs.
I couldn’t help myself.
I feel like I know you and that we would be friends (that just seems odd to say, but I say what I mean and mean what I say)
This post just took my delight to a whole other level.
LOVE BEETS. Not enough beet recipe posts out there.
Look forward to giving this recipe a whirl. Will be sure to share the finished product with you.
2. Thank you for your amazing Blog.