Hello friends! Hope you had a wonderful holiday season! I’m currently typing this from the cutest coffee shop in South Carolina. We’re here to visit the family and I can’t wait to share all the details with you but for now I wanted to talk about healthy breakfast ideas.

This is the time when many of us are thinking of new year’s resolutions.  Getting healthy + in shape is probably the most common goal. They say good habits will stick if you make them part of your routine. So how about we start with breakfast?

Every since discovering Canyon Bakehouse bread, our toast game was taken to the next level.

Canyon is passionate about making real bread with wholesome ingredients the old fashioned way. You can absolutely taste the difference!  Breads are stored in a refrigerator to preserve freshness. But pop it in a toaster, and you get the most perfect toast that’s soft on the inside and slightly crunchy on the outside. Our family is obsessed.

All of Canyon Bakehouse products are free of gluten and other allergens but taste better than . You can choose from a nice variety of sliced bread and bagels. Our favorites are Mountain White and Cinnamon Raisin. You may find Canyon Bakehouse products in frozen or refrigerated sections of your local stores

breakfast toast ideas

Breakfast toast is an amazingly versatile option, that can be easily turned into a healthy meal. You can smother it in peanut butter and top with fruit, or go for an avo toast (my favorite lately!). Whether you prefer savory or sweet in the morning, I got you covered with these four healthy breakfast ideas! All toasts pictured here are made with gluten free Canyon Bakehouse Mountain White bread.

Best part? You can have your healthy breakfast ready in less than 5 minutes. Perfect for those mornings when you’re short on time!

Crunchy Banana Yogurt Toast

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The ultimate sweet indulgence, this toast features a delicious combo of sliced bananas, strawberries and crunchy granola (I love using the grain free granola from Costco), nested in a bed of full fat Greek yogurt.

You may absolutely use peanut butter a base, but I thought it would be fun to try something different. Also, if you are allergic to peanut butter, I wanted you to know that you have another delicious option. This came out SO GOOD! It’s basically a yogurt parfait on a toast!

Italian Caprese Toast

canyon bakehouse toast ideas

My savory breakfast fans, you need to try this for breakfast. I got the ideas when I was brainstorming ways to incorporate more veggies on my toast. You guys. This toast is your Italian dream come true.

I used a small slather of cream cheese as a base and topped my toast with halved cherry tomatoes and mozzarella balls. Next, I drizzled it with a Tbsp of olive oil and a tsp of balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper. Fresh basil leaves would complete the ensemble here, but I didn’t have it on hand so I went with dried basil.

This toast is a nutritional powerhouse. You get healthy doze of protein (mozzarella cheese), whole grains (toast), healthy fast (olive oil) and a good source of fiber (tomatoes). Love it when tasty food is also good for you!

Very Berry Toast

canyon bakehouse toast ideas

The ultimate antioxidant-rich toast with healthy fats and protein from peanut butter (substitute for nut butter if allergic to peanuts).  This one is probably the most requested breakfast in my family. It feels you up and provides your body with good fuel for the day.

Start with peanut butter base on your toast, top with berries of choice, drizzle of honey and other toppings such as shaved coconut. Feast.

Classic Avo Toast

canyon bakehouse toast ideas

Avocado a day will keep the doctors away. Not really, but it will definitely fill you up with necessary fiber, potassium and monounsaturated fatty acids known to raise good cholesterol levels while lowering the bad cholesterol.

I wanted to make this avocado toast pretty for the pictures, but in fact I prefer it mashed. I’d mash about a quarter to a third of avo (depending on the side) with a fork in a bowl, add about a Tbsp of olive oil and sea salt. Next, I scoop the mixture on top of a toasted bread slice and devour.

An avo toast along with an egg fried over easy in a tsp of ghee has been on repeat lately. I like that it feels me up and I usually don’t get hungry until lunch time.  No snacking means more time for the digestive system to repair itself!

Hope this post encourages you to try new ways of making a breakfast toast. I’d love to hear how you eat your toast. And hey, sometimes bread + butter toast is just as good, as long as you have tasty bread in your pantry!

This post is sponsored by Canyon Bakehouse. All opinions are my own. Thanks you so much for reading and supporting my little blog!

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