A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes


No need to get stuck in an almond butter & banana rut. Here are some nutritious, flavor-packed spreads, slathers, and toppings for anything flat and relatively crispy. Or, broadly speaking, toast ideas. Perfect for breakfast, light lunches, mid-day snacks. This list focuses primarily on the savory front.

1. Lentils folded into Yogurt, Spinach, and Basil(101 Cookbooks) This was fantastically popular on Pinterest when I originally posted it (a bit of a surprise to me!). My advice? Make a double batch of the lentil topping. It features loads of spinach, a bit of garlic, and basil bound with greek yogurt. I love it on toasted walnut bread, but friends who can’t handle gluten or wheat enjoy it wrapped in sturdy lettuce. Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

2. Grilled Kale Toasts(Food & Wine)
Vintage Camille Becerra here, garlicky, mustard-forward kale tangles top rustic slabs of ciabatta bread.Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

3. Sqirl’s Avocado Toast with Pickled Carrots, Garlic Cream, and House Spice Mix – (The Delicious Life) Yes, a thousand times. This. Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

4. Creative Plant-based Toast ideas – (The Conscientious Eater)
Faith has a list of toast ideas here, but the one that caught my attention was the Creamy Sweet Potato Tahini toast! Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

5. Kale Chip Avocado Toast – No recipe to link to, but I make this as a morning snack all the time. Smash some avocado on a piece of toasted whole-grain bread, and sprinkle generously with nutritional yeast and crushed kale chips. Finish of with a few hemp seeds, and a kiss of salt. I like post some of these little non-recipes on my Instagram.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

6. Epic Gjelina Mushroom Toasti – (The Chalkboard)
Arguably the most time-intensive toast on the list, but I love this as a fall starter option for a dinner. Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

7. Beet Caviar(101 Cookbooks) – A favorite. Track down the best, darkest rye bread you can find, and make this beet spread. The sweet earthiness of roasted beets is accented with toasted walnuts, chives, dates, a bit of booziness, and a swirl of creme fraiche. Look at the color! Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

8. Joy Manning Wasa Lunch Crackers – Joy’s crackers caught my attention on Instagram, have a look. Wasa crackers slathered with hummus, sprinkled with chickpeas, za’atar, and spicy kraut. Yes, please! Follow Joy here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

9. A Week of Putting Things on Rice Crackers – (101 Cookbooks) A diverse list of all the things I put on rice crackers over the course of a week – these would also be great on toast, or as components in wraps! Get the recipe here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

10. Breakfast Sweet Potato Toast Four Ways – (Eat Bird Food)
Brittany has some good basics (and quick topping ideas) related to sweet potato toast. Get the recipes here.

A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes

Continue reading A Big List of Things You Could Be Putting on Toast, Crackers, or Rice Cakes…

http://ift.tt/2eIGh9E

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s