In the Kitchen: Toasts & Toppings

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Breakfast Meal | Avocado and egg on a plate

Which one suits you the best?

Plain Jane
Just a quick spread of butter and you’re done!

Red or Green
In England, they’re known for baked beans on toast. But in New Mexico we prefer pinto beans, green Chile and cheese topped by the state question: “Red or Green?”

Chipped Beef
Affectionately known as ‘SOS’ … ‘Same Ole Stuff’; this old-time favorite smothers a slice of toast with creamed chipped beef gravy and is best eaten with a fork.

Cinnamon Sugar
This one is more for those with a bit of a ‘sweet tooth’. Use a 30 to 70 percent mix of cinnamon to sugar and sprinkle over toast after butter is melted.

Cream Cheese
While many may like this simple combination, add your favorite jam or jelly to take this to the next level. This delightful combination easily works as a mid-morning snack.

Breakfast in One
Take your pic of the basic breakfast sandwich: bacon & egg, sausage & egg, egg & cheese, etc. and put it on toast.

Cheese Toast
Pick a cheese, any cheese (cheddar, provolone, Muenster, Monterrey jack) you can’t go wrong, but to really mix it up add your favorite vegetable.

Dip It
This may be the most odd morning ritual, but a surprising number of us dip our toast. Try putting your toast in your morning coffee, tea, milk, soda or juice.

Peanut Butter & Banana

Breakfast Meal | peanut butter toast with sliced banana

An instant healthy start to anyone’s morning that doubles nicely as an after-school snack for the kids. Drizzle chocolate syrup for an extra treat.

Avocado & Egg

Breakfast Meal | Avocado and egg on a plate

There are many varieties to try when it comes to avocado and toast, but the most standard ‘protein punch’ is mashed avocado spread on toast and topped with a fried egg.

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