Maybe I’m a little late to get on the toast bandwagon. Nonetheless, I am fully on board and ready to show you this recipe! Sure, it may seem basic to you, but it’s basically simple for a reason. We generally eat toast for breakfast except now I’m seeing it for snackers or lunch and dinner! So what’s stopping you now? Cause you get the sweet and savory deal so basically the best of both worlds. You are a pancakes for breakfast kind of person? But you always want a side of eggs? And sometimes you’re feeling like you want to sneak in some greens, but don’t know how? What about the yogurt parfaits kinda person? YOU GOT IT RIGHT HERE–>
I grew up on bananas and toast. But like you may have read in my back-to-school-sandwich I was not the peanut butter jelly girl I now am. So although I’ve always loved bananas, only until recently did I discover how nut butter transforms the toast! I couldn’t just have one toast for lunch. I didn’t want a sandwich this time either. I needed an open face toast loaded with both savory & sweet. What really happened was I scrambled up my savory toast toppings and plated it, only coming to the conclusion that something was missing. Yep, the basic banana toast was waiting to be made. Welcome to the toast 2 ways open face sandwich conglomeration. Warm, fried egg and buttered spinach on one side, with creamy yogurt, crunchy nut butter and banana on one side. You can truly have it your way.
Sweet & Savory Toast
- 2 slices sprouted, grainy bread
- 1 egg
- 1 cup spinach
- 1-2 tbsp butter
- 1 banana
- 1 tbsp nut butter
- 1-2 tbsp yogurt
- 2 tbsp white cheddar
Heat up a pan on medium with butter and crack your egg gently (easier to keep the yolk in tact but it's fine if it breaks!). After 3 minutes add in the spinach to the side of the pan. Stir spinach to coat in butter. After 4-5 minutes egg should be done.
Toast 2 pieces of bread until golden. Spread butter on one piece of toast and the cheese and then place egg and spinach on top (the warm egg helps the cheese melt). Crack pepper and sea salt on top.
With the other piece of toast, spread a layer of nut butter and yogurt on top to make a creamy consistency. Slice banana on top of toast and sprinkle a dash of cinnamon and cardamom on top.
Slice the toast diagonally and eat every other piece or savory first and sweet after 🙂