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Vegan Avocado Breakfast Toast

Vegan Avocado Breakfast ToastWelcome to my new favorite breakfast. Avocado’s aren’t really in season here right now but I was able to pick up a few the other day for 88 cents each! That’s a steal. I spent some time cruising around FoodGawker recently. It’s where I go when I just want to focus on food and nothing but food. Well, it’s one of my places, but for the sake of not listing every single one of them, we’ll just go with FG. mmmmkkaaay?

So, trying to find some recipes for avocado. I wanted something vegan that also incorporated chickpeas. I found a lot of stuff that combined the two in a sandwich, but they also included tofu. And, I didn’t have that.

You know how that goes right? Never have two things that match at the same time when you really want to make something…..

So, I started thinking that tomato would be good because I have had tomato and avocado in salads. I saw a recipe on Pinterest that had some smashed white beans on toast. So, I thought perhaps I could swap out the white beans for chickpeas.

And I did

Vegan Avocado Breakfast Toast

Now its my new favorite breakfast.

I love it when things work out for me.

I used to hate staring at sites like that, knowing my eats and probably photos would never be as good as theirs. These days, I don’t mind so much because I am good in my own special way. 🙂

Vegan Avocado Breakfast Toast

Chrystal Mahan YUMeating.com
4.75 from 12 votes
Servings 1


  • 1 pc whole grain or sprouted bread toasted
  • 1/4 c organic chickpeas warmed and smashed
  • salt
  • pepper
  • garlic powder
  • 1 drop of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 small Roma tomato sliced
  • 1/4 small avocado removed from peel and smashed
  • lemon juice


  • Toast your bread.
  • While you are waiting for your toast you can prepare the chickpeas.
  • In a bowl add the chickpeas, drop of EVOO, salt, pepper, garlic powder - to your tastes.
  • Using a fork, smash them altogether.
  • Spread this mixture on your toast.
  • Slice a small Roma tomato and add the slices on top of your chickpeas mixture.
  • In another small dish add your avocado, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and dash of lemon juice.
  • Using a fork, smash it all up.
  • Place avocado mixture on top of tomato.
  • Enjoy.


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  1. I have a newly discovered love of avocados, so this sounds pretty awesome to me. What an awesome way to start the day!

  2. This looks and sounds good. I am allergic to avocados so I can’t eat it, but I can still make it for my husband.

  3. That looks very yummy and healthy. I’m always looking for great healthy recipes. I have never tried a sandwich with avocado before. Sounds very interesting.

  4. I make this all the time!! It’s so simple but so healthy and delicious. I think the key is good quality fresh and fresh tomatoes! I add a drizzle of olive oil and salt and pepper (and sometimes chia seeds for extra crunch!)

  5. I’ve taken to eating an avocado every day, though I usually just slice it in half, remove the pit, and eat it straight out of the skin. This looks absolutely delicious so I just might have to try this sometime.

  6. Mmm I love alvacados and normally use them for dip purposes. Thanks so much for this recipe, it looks delicious.

  7. This looks and sounds interesting indeed. My sons may like it but I don’t eat dressing or anything that taste like dressing. It is a vinegar thing with me. Thanks for sharing.

  8. I love avocados and this recipe looks so delish! I have to try this! I haven’t tried chickpeas like this, but I would love to include this in our meals to make healthier meals for my family.

  9. This looks delicious. I love avocado but I usually have it as a condiment. This seems to be putting the focus on it. I’m not a big fan of tomatos except on grilled cheese, but I’m thinking that perhaps I could do this same meal and heat it up; sort of like a hot grilled cheese. Could even add cheese to it or veggie cheese if keeping it vegan.

    I like that avocados are so creamy and you don’t have to add extra stuff (mayo, mustard, butter). And it’s very pretty on the plate!

  10. 4 stars
    That looks absolutely scrumptious! Was never a big avocado but am developing a taste for it lately. Glad you are relying on yourself, you will always be there and you know best!

    Enjoy the commentathon.

    1. The thing that got me to try is was that taco salads usually have tomato and guac. And I would make a salad and put avocado in it. So, I figured this would be good to try.

  11. Ohhh yum! That certainly looks delish! I can imagine having this with my husband over coffee and morning chat time. I’m not vegan at all but I would love to try this..

    1. I just pretend to be a vegan on tv 😉 Kidding. I am not vegan. Just trying to eat a more whole food plant based diet. I guess I am more flexitarian than anything. I love making this for breakfast.

  12. Vegan Avocado Breakfast Toast ….I love avocado with anything and enjoy eating it with my toast as butter. This is different and I am excised to try with chick peas. Thanks for sharing.

    1. I am really trying to use avocado and chick peas more so that I can get away from condiments. It’s my step towards a more whole food plant based diet.

  13. I became an avocado fan for a short time and I enjoy eating it in every way I can imagine. Is so tasty and one of the healthier Foods.
    Thanks for posting this yummy and smple to make recipe!

  14. I despise avocados LOL But your breakfast looks delicious; I’m glad you were able to get creative and make something from what you had…and the 88 cent deal was awesome, too! One of my favorite breakfasts is english muffin + cream cheese + smoked salmon and tomato 🙂 I look forward to checking out your blogging post!

  15. This looks really nice. I am the only person who likes avocados in our family, so I might buy one and try out your recipe as a wee treat. Also really like your DIY utensil holder and have Pinned it 🙂

  16. Looks good and healthy! I have horrible luck with avocados; never can find them ripe, and by the time I let them ripen at home, I forget about them and they go bad. Ugh! I’ve got to learn how to do it right so I can try stuff like this. Thanks for sharing!

  17. This looks delicious! I recently fell in love with having a piece of toast with avocado and a fried egg on top. That’s not vegan but it’s delicious! Avocado makes everything better!

  18. This sounds really good, and avocados are on sale at our local Meijer this week! Thank you for posting; I will be trying it for sure!

  19. I’ve recently discovered smashed avocado on toast with butter and garlic salt sprinkled on top. Not as healthy as your recipe though 🙂 I’m going to try yours, though I think I’m going to need to stock up because it sounds like something I’d eat all day long!

  20. 4 stars
    I love tomatoes but am allergic to avocados… But I will be passing this on to those who can eat both!! Now to find a substitute for the avocados! Thanks!

  21. Yumm….thank you for a fast and healthy option. Avacado have the good fats and can start your day full of energy to. I am really digging adding a slice to soup to creamify it. Lol I am not sure creamify is a word but if you could just imagine how great it sounds for a second…..

    1. For the longest time I would only eat them as guacamole and it had to have all sorts of stuff in it. Now, I will make my own guac and its rather plain. I will also slice it and put it in salads or pair it with eggs. Good stuff. I have even started to use it in replace of butter.

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