Avocado Breakfast Muffin




Go green or go home! Or go green *at* home; that works, too. Celebrate your St. Paddy’s day with a little greener version of food with the avocado breakfast muffin!

The avocado is truly a celebrated fruit for most everyone, and there are endless ways to use them. The fast-food breakfast muffin isn’t exactly the best thing for your health, but if you reimagine it a little, you will find extraordinary flavor without the extraordinary cost to your health. Nutrient-dense and gourmet good creations like this deliver a serious dose of essential amino acids, quality carbs, healthy fats, fab flavor, mega fiber, and divine satisfaction. Keep this as your go-to, good for you breakfast option.

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Avocado Breakfast Muffin

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INGREDIENTS

  • English muffins, toasted (Use the Food for Life rice tortilla or the corn wraps from Whole Foods if you want gluten-free)
  • Basil pesto
  • 1 whole avocado mashed with a little lemon and sea salt
  • Sundried tomatoes, chopped
  • Fresh tomato slices
  • Raw hemp seeds or toasted pine nuts
  • Sea salt, cayenne, black pepper, nutritional yeast, fresh basil leaves to taste

DIRECTIONS

  1. Spread a little pesto evenly on each half of the muffin
  2. Top one half with avocado mix, spread evenly
  3. Add 1 tablespoon sundried tomatoes, a tomato slice, basil leaves, hemp seeds or pine-nuts and season as desired
  4. Press muffin halves together and dive in, or wrap in parchment paper for a great to-go breakfast

TERI’S TIPS:

  1. Not an avocado fan? Sub in tomatoes, raw or sautéed mushrooms, or roasted eggplant, zucchini, or peppers
  2. Add slivered greens such as arugula
  3. Make this open-faced and garnish as above adding a sassy drizzle of balsamic reduction
  4. Add additional protein with beans of your choice

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