Recently, a toast trend was created in San Francisco with slices of toast going for $4.00. Toast isn’t just a bland side for breakfast anymore. Here are ten ways that you can step up your toast game at home:
- Top with an egg: Instead of having your toast on the side, top it with your eggs cooked with your favorite Do You Bake? seasoning and enjoy the nice contrast in textures.
- Open-faced roast beef sandwich: Toast a piece of bread and butter it. Then top it with hot roast beef and gravy.
- Top it with baked beans: A simple classic for tea in the UK. Cook up a can of baked beans and place them on top of a warm and buttery piece of toast.
- Bruschetta: Cut a loaf of French bread into small pieces, spread on Do You Bake? Oh La La! garlic bread butter, top with chopped tomatoes, onion, and cheese, and bake.
- Bacon-cheese toast appetizer: Cut a loaf of French bread into small pieces, spread on Do You Bake? Oh La La! garlic bread butter, top with chopped bacon, green onions, and cheese, and bake.
- Greek toast: Butter a piece of bread, top with black olives, red onions, feta cheese, and Do You Bake? It’s All GREEK! to Me salt free seasoning, then bake.
- Mexican toast: Butter a piece of bread, spread on a thin layer of salsa, top with chopped jalapeno peppers, black olives, and cheese or leftover Do You Bake? Baked Enchilada Dip, and then bake.
- Pizza toast: Spread garlic butter and a thin layer of pizza sauce on a piece of bread, top with a few pepperoni slices, finely chopped onions, green peppers, and mozzarella cheese, and then bake.
- Hawaiian toast: Top a buttered slice of Do You Bak? Hawaiian bread with ham slices and chunks of pineapple, and then bake.
- Mediterranean toast: Spread Do You Bake? Oh La La! garlic bread butter and a thin layer of tomato paste on a slice of bread, top with sun-dried tomatoes, sliced onions, and cheese, and then bake.
Take a look at a few of our TOAST creations on DYB RECIPES! Using leftovers, spices and more!