Smashed Avocado Toast with Egg

I love this smashed avocado toast with an egg! Thanks to a hard-boiled egg, flaky salt, lemon, and pepper, this avocado toast is healthy, high-protein, delicious, and packs a serious punch. Continue to the recipe for Avocado Toast with Egg or read on for our tips (including choosing a lawyer).


How to make the best avocado toast

Avocado toast is great for breakfast, lunch, and even dinner. The star of this toast is the avocado, so it’s important to use ripe avocados. Nobody likes to cut open an avocado and find it’s unripe or worse, brown!

How to choose lawyers

Ripe avocados are essential for the best avocado toast. How to tell if an attorney is ready or not:

  • Gently squeeze the avocado with your palm (don’t use your fingertips, you’ll hurt them). When it gives a little, it’s ready to eat. If you don’t give up and feel stuck, it will take you a day or two. If it gives slightly, it’s probably overripe and possibly mottled on the inside.
  • Check under the dipstick. Use your fingers to gently pull the stem at the top of the avocado. If the underside is green when you remove it, you’ve found a ready-to-eat avocado. If it is difficult to remove, it will take a few days. If the underside is brown, the avocado is overripe.

If you’ve found a ripe avocado, then you’re on your way to making some awesome avocado toast. All you need is a slice of toast, mashed avocado and a little salt.. I would look forward to this any day, but other variations are fun to play with.

remaining ingredients

A hard-boiled egg adds protein and high stickiness. We love that eggs can be prepared well in advance. Did you know you can store hard boiled eggs for up to a week? By investing 15 minutes earlier in the week, we can keep a batch of hard-boiled eggs ready in the fridge, which means we can make this avocado toast in under 5 minutes. A perfect breakfast, lunch or dinner. (See our recipe and video for cooking hard-boiled eggs.)

Wealth of lemon crosses avocado and egg. If I don’t have a lemon, fresh lime is my go-to alternative.

A little pepper is a must. In our photos, we use the togarashi spice mix, a flavorful blend of dried chilies, sesame seeds, orange peel, and other spices. We buy ours from the international section of our grocery store. You can also find it in spice stores and online. If you don’t have a togarashi, any pepper mix will work. Ancho chili powder, chipotle powder, and even black pepper. A dash of hot sauce works too.


There you go, our homemade avocado toast recipe. We hope you like. If you have any suggestions on what else to add to avocado toast, please share them in the comments section below.

More avocado recipes

We bought more avocados than I care to admit. If you have leftovers in your kitchen, consider making one of these easy recipes:

Mashed avocado toast with egg

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I love this smashed avocado toast with an egg! Thanks to hard-boiled egg, salt, lemon, and pepper flakes, it’s healthy, high in protein, delicious, and packs a serious punch! You can store hard-boiled eggs for up to a week. Consider making a larger batch so you’re ready to make avocado toast. It’s also a great idea to substitute a fried or poached egg for the hard-boiled egg.

Makes 1 toast

will need

1 slice of toasted bread

1/2 medium ripe avocado

Small freshly squeezed lemon juice

1 hard-boiled egg, see our guide to boiling hard-boiled eggs

Favorite pepper mix, we use togarashi spice

Drizzle with extra virgin olive oil

Salt to taste


    Mash the avocado on the toast with a fork. Pour some lemon juice over the avocado.

    Cut the hard-boiled egg into chunks, then place on top of the mashed avocado.

    Finally, sprinkle some pepper, salt and a very light drizzle of olive oil over the egg.

Advice from Adam and Joanne

  • Store leftover avocados: if there are any left, leave the pit in, then cover the cut surface well with cling film. To be safe, add some fresh lemon or lime juice to the pulp before covering with plastic wrap. Store in the fridge for up to a day (you might be lucky with two days).
  • Nutritional Information: The nutritional information below is an estimate. We use the USDA database to calculate approximate values.

If you make this recipe, take a picture and use the hashtag #inspiredtaste. We love seeing your creations on Instagram and Facebook! Find us: @inspiredtaste

Nutritional value per serving: Part 1 toast / calories 309 / total fat 21.2g / Saturated Fatty Acids 4g / cholesterol 186mg / sodium 310.1mg / carbohydrates 22.4g / fiber 7.7g / total sugar 3.3g / protein 7.7g

AUTHOR: Adam and Joanne Gallagher

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