Avocado Toast topped with Scrambled Eggs with Herbs

Posted May 13, 2016 in avocado toast, eggs, breakfast, recipes, healthy eating, Ezekiel bread, avocado, summer, herbs


Are you as obsessed with avocado toast as I am? 

I usually top my avocado toast with over easy eggs, red pepper flakes and pink Himalayan salt. But I decided to give my eggs an upgrade after watching Michael Symon make scrambled eggs with herbs on The Chew (one of my fave shows).

Now I feel like I've been making avocado toast with eggs all wrong. 

I used fresh thyme and tarragon, red pepper flakes and pink Himalayan salt. But you could also use chives, fresh dill or fresh parsley.

Using the herbs makes the eggs taste light and fresh and very summery. I have a feeling that I'll be eating this all summer long.

I also used Ezekiel bread, which is a sprouted grain bread. I like using Ezekiel because it's made with minimal ingredients and without added sugar. 

I am also a fan of making soft scrambled eggs. This just means that you don't cook the eggs all the way through. Sometimes scrambled eggs can be dry and tasteless, but keeping them soft makes them so much better!

When I make scrambled eggs, I usually use butter. I don't eat a lot of dairy products, but butter makes scrambled eggs taste so so amazing. If you're not into butter, you can just add oil to your pan to keep the eggs from sticking.

Avocado Toast topped with Scrambled Eggs with Herbs

3 eggs

1/2 tbsp. or olive oil

1 tsp. tarragon

1 tsp. thyme

1/4 - 1/2 avocado, mashed

red pepper flakes, to taste

pink Himalayan salt, to taste

2 pieces Ezekiel bread

Crack eggs into a bowl and whisk. Place butter or olive oil in a medium pan over low/medium heat. Coat pan with butter or oil.

Pour eggs in pan. Using a spatula, move the eggs around constantly until they begin to cook. Add tarragon and thyme. Continue to stir eggs continuously.

Toast bread in a toaster and top with mashed avocado. 

When eggs are cooked to your liking, top toast with eggs. Add red pepper flakes and salt.


What's your favorite way to make avocado toast?

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