Best Avocado Toast Toppings

As a true millennial, I’ve eaten my fair share of avocado toast. Sure, I might not own a house because of it, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make to be able to enjoy as much crispy bread slathered with delicious green mush as I please. But wait! Maybe I don’t have to give up on that $3 million manse I’d surely be able to afford if I made slightly different life decisions. I can make avocado toast at home. The best part about that (besides the house I’ll be buying)? I can top it however I like. In that spirit, I went through some of Sporked‘s rankings to round up the best avocado toast toppings you can buy at the grocery store. We’re rich! We’re rich!

Pederson’s Natural Farms No Sugar Added Hickory Smoked Uncured Bacon

Could a millennial really come up with avocado toast ideas without including bacon? We’re bringing things back to 2012, baby! Cook up a couple strips of Pederson’s Natural Farms bacon and crumble them on top of toast piled high with mounds of mashed-up avocado. Pederson’s bacon is truly the best you can buy. It’s super smoky and the pork tastes very high quality. If you’re looking for the real millennial experience, this is easily one of the best toppings for avocado toast.

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Mt Vikos Traditional Feta

There are few veggie-based dishes I wouldn’t add feta cheese to. It’s a quick and simple way to add salt and tang to a dish, especially a salad or a slice of avocado toast, so when I was on the hunt for avocado toast ideas, this was a no-brainer. And Mt Vikos feta rules. It’s creamy and sharp, but it isn’t soaked in brine, so you don’t have to worry about your toast getting all soggy. Try this with some halved grape tomatoes and a sprinkle of Cavender’s Greek Seasoning.

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Casa Sanchez Foods Hot Salsa Roja

Here’s an avocado toast idea for your: Make it guac without making guac! Casa Sanchez Salsa is sold fresh in the refrigerated section, so it’s a bit more like pico de gallo than salsa. Plus, it adds a layer of spice—regular ol’ diced tomatoes could never. If you really want to do it up, make this avocado toast topping even better with a sprinkle of queso fresco for a little creaminess and salt.

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Herdez Guacamole Salsa 

A couple things about me: I don’t follow the rules and I don’t bend to societal pressure, so, yes, I’m topping my avocado toast with an avocado based salsa. Some things are just crazy enough to work and this is one of them. Mashed avocado is great, but it’s even better when it’s spiked with this creamy, acidic, salty, and spicy Herdez Guacamole Salsa. You can mix it right into your avocado mash before you spread it on the toast, or drizzle it on top. I won’t tell you what to do because I assume you’re a super cool rule breaker, too.

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Del Monte Golden Sweet Whole Kernel Corn

Have you ever had Mexican street corn-inspired avocado toast? Me neither, but what’s stopping us?? Nothing! Start with a can of Del Monte Golden Sweet Whole Kernel Corn. It’s firm, crunchy, and sweet, a lot like actual corn off the cob. Finish it off with a squiggle of mayo, some ripped-up cilantro leaves, queso fresco (TBH, you could repurpose your Mt Vikos feta here), a dash of Trader Joe’s Everything but the Elote Seasoning Blend, and voila: elote avocado toast. This will start your morning off right (in your brand new million dollar kitchen)!

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About the Author

Vinz Karl

Vinz Karl is a freelance contributor to Sporked and self-proclaimed Guy Fieri superfan. He believes in breakfast supremacy and is on a never-ending mission to try every flavor of Oreo out there. Originally from the Midwest, Vinz now resides in Los Angeles, where you can find him going on hikes, checking out new restaurants, and preparing for his eventual casting on CBS's Survivor.

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