Avocado Toast Recipe

I love avocados and I'm surprised it took me this long to try Avocado toast. Last week I finally made my own version. I kept it as simple as possible so that it can be done in the mornings quickly before work. 


  • 1/2 organic avocado
  • 1 organic Rabbit River Farms vegetarian feed egg
  • 1 slice of  organic Ezekiel 100% sprouted whole grain bread 
  • a dash of Himalayan salt
  • a dash of black pepper
  • a dash of grace Jamaican pepper sauce  
  • 1 tbsp organic grapeseed oil

First thing first!  

1. Add a tablespoon of grapeseed oil to your nonstick frying pan. Heat the pan on medium.  I have an induction stove so it heats up quick. If I'm not careful I can burn whatever's in my pan. 

2. Toast your slice of bread  

3. Crush up 1/2 avocado in a bowl. I like to leave it chunky so I just mash it 3 times. I didn't do this in the picture but I found my avocado kept sliding off my toast. The second time I made it I found it worked better applying it as a spread haha.

4. Crack your egg into a bowl to double check that it's good and then add it to the frying pan. Puncture the yolk so that it spreads. Once the egg white is cooked flip it over to ensure the yolk gets fully cooked. This style of eggs is what Jamaicans call fried egg but I learned not too long ago the more technical culinary term is over hard. 

5. Time to layer. Toast, add the avocado spread, and add your fried egg on top. I wouldn't be me if I didn't sprinkle a bit of Grace pepper sauce to add a little heat. 


Voila! Comment below with what you layer your avocado toast with.

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Mastering Anejo's Guacamole

A few weeks ago I ordered the Calgary Cooks recipe book to learn how to make Una Pizza's awesome kale caesar salad. Now I did find the recipe just by googling but I figured trying to cook most of these recipes would be great for my Summer To Do List 🤗 While flipping through the book I saw that there's also a recipe for Anejo'sguacamole. Now if you know me then you know I LOVE ME SOME ANEJO 💁🏾 It's the perfect happy hour patio sessions. Anejo's Guacamole is made fresh to order right at your table side.


The recipe itself is actually really easy there's no way you can mess this up. I will note that as of late I've been buying all my produce organic to make positive strides to an all-around healthier lifestyle. I got all my vegetables from Co-op and the tortillas chips from Community Natural Foods. To be honest I feel like everything being organic is what made a huge impact on the taste. It could just be me but I'm just saying.


Guacamole Recipe


- 1.5 Avocados (refrigerated)**

- 1 TBSP Tomatoes (chopped)

- 1 TBSP Onion (chopped)

- 1 TBSP Cilantro

- 1 TBSP Jalapeños

- 1 TSP Sea Salt

- 1/2 TSP Minced Garlic

- Juice of 2 Lime Wedges


* -1 TSP Habanero Peppers (I love me some spice so I add this, if you're not about that spice life then don't do it)


** I like to refrigerate my avocados a bit before mixing it all together; something about warm avocados doesn't sit well with me LOL


Mix and mash together with a fork and Voila! Comment below and let me know how your guac came out. Up next their chili coconut margarita recipe yasssss!


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