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  • Julianna Sweeney

Rainbow Avocado Toast

Since college, I have had a great love for avocado toast - if you haven't had it yet, girl you don't know what you're missing!

There are so many different variations that you can create, it's yummy and it's healthy (not to mention it looks so pretty). Recently, I took a trip down to Savannah, GA to visit my best friend (Read About it HERE). While I was there, I had one of the most delicious constructions of avocado toast in my experience. As soon as I got home, I made a run to the grocery store to get what I needed to recreate it at home.

Here's what I came up with...


  • 1 slice of marble rye bread

  • Half of an avocado

  • 1 radish

  • 1 tbsp Feta cheese

  • 1 quarter of orange bell pepper

  • 3 Grape tomatoes

  • Pink himalayan salt (to taste)

  • Cracked pepper (to taste)

  • 1 tbsp Extra virgin olive oil

  • 1 tsp Apple cider vinegar


  1. First thing's first, make sure you toast that bread.

  2. Next, you're gonna chop those veggies - radish, bell pepper, and tomatoes. Once you're done, you can set those over to the side. You can also cut your avocado in half. You are going to use the side without the pit (PRO TIP: leaving the pit in the half of the avocado you're not using will help it to maintain its freshness and minimize oxidation in the fridge)

  3. Once the toast is ready, you'll place it on a plate. Then take the half of the avocado that you're going to use and smash it into the toast. This is your base.

  4. Now you can start assembling the rest of the toppings (the veggies you chopped earlier and the feta cheese)

  5. The last few things you'll need to do are drizzle on some olive oil and apple cider vinegar. Then, sprinkle some salt and pepper to taste.

  6. Last but not least, enjoy!


On the side I had 3 British butter biscuits topped with some all natural apple butter (Yum)!

Always feel free to drop a line with any new recipes you want to see - I'm always on the hunt for new ones to try out!

Sending love always,


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