Brunch is by far my favourite meal of the day. I love that you can go all out with the pancakes and French toast if you’re into the sweet stuff. But then it also gives you an excuse to get a little bit more fancy with the savoury. Brunch is most definitely not about plain toast. It is about making your toast a little bit more jazzy and extra delicious! So here are a few of my favourite brunch toast ideas…
First of all, if you are going for a brunch recipe that involves bread, then you’re going to need to get the good stuff. And by that I mean Sourdough. I could literally live off the stuff forever!
I was very kindly (and generously) sent this huge hamper of different Sourdough bread from Gradz Bakery. Their delicious artisan bread is hand-made in London and contains no starter-mix or baker’s yeast, which means that the bread itself is actually easier to digest. After carefully testing each one of their loaves out, I can safely say that it has passed the brunch approval test!
So here are a few brunch toast inspo ideas using the yummy Gradz bakery sourdough bread – which if you would like to try out yourself you can now buy Gradz bread from Ocado.
Avocado and Feta on Spirulina Sourdough Bread
I couldn’t do brunch toast without featuring avocado… Avocado is literally the meaning of brunch! This is such a yummy and quick toast idea as you can have it easily prepped and ready to devour in less than five minutes. I would also definitely recommend adding a few chopped cherry tomatoes on top… YUM! And if you want to go that little bit further, a poached egg is a very welcome accompaniment.
Posh Scrambled Eggs on Amaranth Sourdough Bread
Ok, so this is just a posh version of your basic scrambled eggs. This brunch toast idea is definitely one of my favourites as I just can’t seem to get enough of asparagus at the moment, so have basically been having it with every meal! Then topped with chopped bacon on top it gives it a little more mmmm.
Sun-dried Tomato and Poached Egg on Spirulina Sourdough Bread
If you give some chopped sun-dried tomatoes, basil and olive oil a little mix and then spread it over your toast, you have got a winning combo. Then just add a poached egg on top and your perfect brunch toast is complete!
Almond Butter and Banana on Amaranth Sourdough Bread
I recently came across Meridan Coconut and Almond butter, and being obsessed with everything coconut flavoured, I had to try it. It is just so delicious and spread on toast, even more so! What’s more, it is a really healthy alternative to your normal buttery spreads. I like to also give a little drizzle of honey on top to make it even sweeter.
Let me know if you have any good ideas for brunch toast!
*I was kindly gifted a lovely hamper of different loaves of bread from Gradz bakery to try. Yes, they are absolutely delicious, and yes that is 100% my own, honest opinion! This post also contains affiliate links.