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What’s better than eating Avocado Toast at your favorite brunch spot? Enjoying it with your friends in the comfort of your own home! Plus, it’s super fun and interactive and will make a great centerpiece to any brunch party.
For other breakfast and brunch ideas, check out my Bacon Bouquet Board, Yogurt Toppings Board, Bloody Mary Board, Bagel Brunch Board, Roasted Grape Crostini, and Waffle Board.
What to Put on Your Avocado Toast
Guests can customize their toasts with toppings to their taste preferences. I like to start by thinking of some popular avocado toast combos and then buy ingredients based on that. In the below photo, we’ve got:
- A savory & sweet option with yummy figs (and chili flakes if you dare).
- A bagel & lox-inspired option with high protein lox, capers, dill and thinly sliced cumber ribbons.
- An elegant veggie option with watermelon radishes and cumber ribbons.
- A classic breakfast combo option with jammy eggs, bacon & chives.
If this amount of toppings is overwhelming, you can limit the options by focusing on two or three types of produce. I would start with one veggie and one fruit, plus a protein combo of choice (i.e. eggs and fixins, or lox and fixins). Just be sure to remember seasonings and garnishes, like black pepper, chili flakes, and Everything But The Bagel seasoning, on hand to take your toasts to the next level.
Best Way to Serve the Avocado Mash
Halve, pit, and scoop the avocado out into a bowl. Mash with a fork until chunky, then season with salt and pepper. Immediately add a squeeze of lemon to prevent it from browning.
More tips on how to keep your avocados from browning in my Bagel Brunch Board.
Let’s Talk Watermelon Radishes
A very pretty and flavorful addition to any toast! Watermelon radishes are a bit more mild than regular white radishes. I get lots of questions about where to find watermelon radishes. Most grocery stores will have them, but keep in mind that peak season is spring and late fall. On the outside they look very unassuming and are easy to miss (they tend to be mostly white on the outside). For the best results, use a mandolin to cut very thin slices.
Pro tip: Cut extra for use in salads or on other boards! Store the slices in water in your fridge to prevent them from drying out and curling up.
Let’s Get to the Toast
As for the actual pieces of bread, you can lay them out on the board like I did here. But if you’re not serving right away, feel free to just devote the board to the toppings and place fresh bread in a covered basket on the side.
For a smaller gathering, friends can even toast as they go. Again, it’s a great interactive entertaining idea!
What Board Did You Use?
The wood board used here is in the SHOP THIS POST noted below. It’s 20in, but I’ve also listed a similar one that’s 19in, seen here and here.
Show Me Your Boards
I hope this post inspires you to create a delicious spread. Nothing makes me happier than seeing the beautiful boards you create from my tips. If you serve up something inspired by this post, please tag me at @ainttoooproudtomeg so I can see and share!
And, if you liked this board recipe, please rate and review.
Avocado Toast Board
- Bread of your choice toasted
- Jammy boiled eggs
- Crumbled feta
- Avocados smashed
- Pomegranate seeds
- Cucumber ribbons
- Radish slices
- Watermelon radishes thinly sliced
- Red onion slices
- Lemon slices
- Seasonings (S&P, Chili Flakes, Everything But The Bagel)
- Add the pomegranate seeds, feta, and smashed avocado to separate bowls. Add the board to anchor it.
- Fan the cucumber ribbons and radish slices around the pomegranate seeds. Add the lox, onion, and lemon to the board around the feta. Top the lox with capers. Halve the eggs and arrange the halves around the avocado.
- Add the larger items, like tomatoes, toast, and bacon around the edges of the board.
- Fill in the empty spaces with remaining produce and dill.
Photos by Rosana Michaela.