This keto avocado toast, it’s an incredibly simple recipe perfect for a delicious breakfast a snack. It can be customized in many different ways for a tasty experience.
Is this even a real recipe? Um… I dare to say it is.
So, I’m going to share with you what I ate for keto breakfast these past few weeks. It’s avocado keto toast. Sometimes, I add a fried egg to eat for a little more protein.
Ingredients for the Keto Avocado Toast
I want to share with you this 5-minute recipe (excluding the bread prepping time) because it’s a super simple way to have food ready and enjoy a healthy meal.
- 1 Large Ripe Avocado
- 4 Slices Keto Bread
- Sea Salt
- Black Pepper
- Everything Bagel Seasoning
- Red Pepper Flakes
How to make keto avocado toast?
Well to make avocado toast that’s keto friendly you only have to toast bread, smash avocado, add toppings and enjoy.
- Find a ripe avocado, cut it and mash until creamy.
- Toast bread and spread the avocado mixture on top.
- Add seasonings and enjoy!
How many carbs are in Avocado?
You know that avocados are nutrient rich and have tons of possible benefits. But, how many carbs are in this fantastic fruit?
According to the USDA website 1/2 medium avocado (100g) have:
- 8.57g carbs
- 6.7g fiber
- 1.87g net carbs
- 2g protein
- 14.73g fat
- 161 kcal
At only 1.87g net carbs you can enjoy avocado on the ketogenic diet. The fat content makes you feel satisfied and energized.
Let me know if you try this nutrient-dense, simple keto breakfast (or snack). You can comment below or tag #lowcarbspark on Instagram. I love seeing you try my recipes.
Keto Avocado Toast Recipe
- Toast the keto bread.
- Cut avocado in half, remove the pit. Use a big spoon to spoon out the flesh. Put the avocado in a bowl. Mash with a fork until smooth and creamy. Mix in a pinch of salt and black pepper to taste.
- Generously spread the avocado on top of your keto toast slice.
- Top with red pepper flakes, bagel seasoning, freshly ground pepper, and sea salt. You can add a few tomato slices, a fried egg for some extra protein or cooked bacon. Drizzle some olive oil!
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.