5 ways to make a loaded sourdough break-fast

Whether you are breaking your fast in the morning or towards lunch, these options will give you lots of food for great thought. A great way to start your day by giving your body some great fuel!

Avocado Toast with Lemon & Kale


1 cup shredded kale, no stems

1/2 lemon

1 teaspoon olive oil

4 slices sourdough bread

himalayan salt

black pepper

4 ounces avocado, 1 small haas

1/8 teaspoon cumin

4 thin slices radish

1 teaspoon chia seeds


In a bowl combine the kale, olive oil, juice of 1/4 lemon and 1/8 teaspoon salt

Massage with your hands for about 1 minute, until the kale softens

Slice the avocado in half, reserving 1/2 of one avocado for thin slices. Scoop the rest into a small bowl and mash gently with a fork. Season with 1/8 tsp salt, black pepper and juice from 1/4 of a lemon.

Toast the slices of sourdough bread

Spread the avocado mash across the toasted bread, top with slices and sprinkle with cumin, salt and pepper (more lemon juice if desired).

Top each with the massaged kale, radish and chia, finish with pinch salt and black pepper to taste

Spicy French Toast


4 pieces of sourdough bread

3 organic farm bought eggs

2 onions (finely chopped)

1 TBS green chilli finely chopped

2 TBS coriander leaves finely chopped

⅓ TBS ginger paste or chopped (optional)

⅓ TBS red chilli powder

½ TBS black pepper powder

½ TBS chat masala optional

himalayan salt as per taste

100g olive oil


All vegetables should be chopped first. So wash the onion, chilli and coriander leaves well, and chop finely with a knife

Now take the finely chopped vegetables in a large mixing bowl

Break 3 eggs in it

Now add all the spices according to the amount mentioned in the instruction

In this case, adding ginger is your personal and optional matter

Mix everything well with a spoon

Now put an iron flat on the gas and heat it. Then add 1 teaspoon of olive oil

Take one slice of bread and dip it in the egg mixture and put it in the hot iron flat. At this time keep the gas on medium heat

Once one side is fried, flip it over with the help of a catcher

When all the bread is fried in this way, put all the bread on that iron flat again

Apply olive oil on all the pieces of bread with a brush. Fry a little and take it down.

Hurrah, make your homemade spice bread toast

Mushroom Hummus Toast


150g assorted mushrooms

1 TBS extra virgin cold pressed olive oil

1 clove garlic, sliced thin

1/4 TSP red pepper flakes

1 TSP fresh sage

4 pieces sturdy sourdough bread

1/2 cup hummus

Himalayan salt and pepper


In a medium pan, add the olive oil over medium heat. Once melted, add all chopped mushrooms and cook until they release their liquid and start to brown. Don’t stir them too much. You want them to get some colour. They should cook for 5-6 minutes

Once mushrooms are almost done (wilted, browned in parts, and tender) then add garlic, sage, and red pepper flakes along with a pinch of salt and pepper. Stir together and cook for 30 seconds. Then turn heat down to low and keep warm

Toast the sourdough bread. Smear each toast with about two tablespoons of hummus

Top toast with mushrooms and serve while warm

Avocado Sourdough & Spicy Chickpeas


2 slices of sourdough bread

200g chickpeas, cooked and drained

1 TBS olive oil or unsalted butter ghee

2 ripe avocado mashed

Himalayan salt and ground black pepper to taste

1 TSP mixed spices

1/2 TSP turmeric spice

3 TSP lemon juice

chopped parsley


Heat a frying pan with a bit of oil, then add slices of the sourdough bread and toast for a minute or two on both sides until you reach the a golden colour

Scoop avocado and mash it, add salt, pepper, seasoning and a generous squeeze of lemon juice. Mix it well and set aside. You may also add garlic if you wish for more garlic taste

Heat a frying pan and add oil or butter. Drain chickpeas (reserve chickpeas water). Now add chickpeas to the pan and add seasonings and lemon juice. Allow it to cook for about 3-5 minutes, mixing it frequently until you reach your desired taste of crunchiness. If you like it softer, stir fry it less, but leave it for up to 5 minutes to really get toasty chickpeas at a medium-high temperature to reach that slight outside crunch and softer inside

Now, spread mashed avocado over the toasted bread, add a spoonful or more of spicy chickpeas and garnish it with a bit of chopped parsley

Peanut Butter & Banana Sourdough Toast


2 slices of sourdough bread

1 banana

4 TBS organic, unsalted, unsweetened nut butter 

1 TBS of coconut flakes

himalayan sea salt flakes

1 TSP manuka honey


Toast the bread in a toaster. Spread the nut butter all over the bread slices.

Slice banana into circles and put them on top of the nut butter. Top with toasted coconut, salt and drizzle with honey!



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