Another weekend, another great breakfast! As you may have noticed if you have been following this blog for a while, breakfast is without a shadow of a doubt, my favourite meal of the day. I have been loving The Guilt Free Gourmet cookbook by Jordan and Jessica Bourke, and I have made their avocado toast loads since I got the book.
This weekend I decided to make it again, and add some bacon as I was making it for a carnivore as well as myself, and I have to say that it was soooo good. I love dishes like this that are minimal effort but really tasty and wholesome. Sometimes during the week I mess this around and use lime and mint in the avocado so give it a really fresh flavour. This was the perfect healthy yet tasty breakfast to set us up for a day in Marley Park. It was the first time I visited the Marley Park Farmer’s Market and it was really nice. There were some lovely food stalls, and you can go for a nice long walk along the grounds after your meal. It was the perfect Saturday afternoon!
1-2 Slices of spelt or rye bread per person
2 rashers/bacon per person (Or 4 if you have an extra hungry man to feed)
1 avocado per person
Handful cherry tomatoes per person
Salt & Pepper
1. Fry the rashers in a little oil until cooked through.
2. Mash up avocados and season with salt and pepper, a squeeze of lemon juice and a shake or two or chilli flakes (depending how hot you like it)
3. Slice up tomatoes lengthways and toast bread.
4. Smear the bread with the avocado mash, and scatter tomatoes and rashers on top.