Happy Hippie Avocado Toast

15 Minutes

super easy


Whoever said that you can’t buy happiness obviously hasn’t tried avocado toast. This delicious breakfast (or anytime) treat has taken the world by storm, and for good reason. It’s the perfect combination of creamy avocado, toasted bread, and a variety of toppings to suit any taste bud. Plus, it’s quick and easy to make, so you can enjoy this indulgent meal even on the busiest of mornings. From classic avocado and kale to almond butter, there’s no limit to the creativity you can bring to your toast game. So why not treat yourself to a little slice of happiness and savor the delicious, casual goodness?

Avocado toast, oh how we love thee. From brunch to a quick snack, avocado toast has become a staple in our diets – and for good reason. Not only is it delicious and satisfying, but it also has numerous health benefits. Avocado, the star of the show, contains heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, fiber, and potassium. These nutrients can help lower cholesterol levels, reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, and even improve brain function. Adding whole grain bread to this combo also provides additional fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making it a well-rounded and nutritious meal. So next time you’re debating between that bagel or donut, consider grabbing some avocado and toast instead. Your taste buds and body will thank you.

Why You’ll Love It 

Recipe Cost Breakdown

      4 small pieces sourdough toast: $1.98

      2 tbsp almond butter: $0.8

      ½ bunch curly kale: $0.75

      2 small avocados: $4.96

      4 cloves garlic: $0.24

      1 tbsp coconut oil: $0.02

      Total Cost: $8.75

What You’ll Need

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4 small pieces sourdough toast, toasted
2 tbsp almond butter
½ bunch curly kale, rinsed, de-stemmed and ripped
2 small avocados, thinly sliced
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 tbsp coconut oil, for cooking
Salt and pepper, to taste

Nutritional Information

617 Calories
41 g Total Fat
12 g Fiber
56 g Net Carbs
4 g Sugar
18 g Protein
605 mg Sodium



Rinse, de-stem and rip kale.
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Finely mince garlic; then heat a non-stick pan to medium-low. Coat with 1 tbsp coconut oil and add in garlic. Then, sauté kale and cover for about 10 minutes.
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While kale is cooking, toast bread and slice avocado.
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Once kale is wilted, remove heat. Transfer to a cutting board and slice into smaller more bite-size pieces.
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Spread 1 tbsp almond butter on each piece of toast, top with sautéed kale and add sliced avocado. Then, sprinkle with salt.
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