Avocado toast is still one of the trendiest items on a menu, and I feel like it truly deserves the hype. But have you ever thought of twisting it up a bit? Toast is not just for breakfast. In fact, you can probably have toast for every meal and never get sick of it. Let me introduce you to some of my favorite toast recipes that you can enjoy any time of the day. 

1. Avocado, Tomato, and Mozzarella

This Caprese-style avocado toast is healthy, nutritious and will give you the energy you need to get you through your afternoon lectures. Don’t forget to top it with salt, pepper and hot chili flakes (if you can handle the spice).

2. Peanut Butter and Banana

The classic combination of peanut butter and banana offers the right dose of carbs, vitamins, protein, and fat. It'll keep you fueled throughout the day and it is the perfect snack. You can even add a little crunch with granola or some sweetness with a drizzle of honey. 

3. Nutella, Strawberry, and Banana 

Craving a late-night dessert that's not too unhealthy? Try toasting a piece of your favorite bread, spreading some chocolate hazelnut Nutella on it, and adding sliced strawberries and bananas. You can even sprinkle coconut or chocolate flakes on top. It’s almost like a French crêpe, but takes much less effort and skill.

4. Almond Butter and Berries

If you’re allergic to peanuts or are just sick of peanut butter, almond butter is the way to go. Almond butter has a mellow but rich flavor. If you add strawberries, blueberries, and/or raspberries, it tastes 10x better and looks much more Insta-worthy. Try sprinkling flax seeds or even some chocolate chips on top if you’re in the mood for something sweet. 

5. Cream Cheese & Cucumber 

Bagels have to be my all-time favorite breakfast food. Unfortunately, they’re not the healthiest because they are loaded with carbs and fat and are almost equivalent to eating more than three slices of bread. Therefore, I don't eat them every day. As an alternative, though, I love toast with cream cheese and cucumber. It tastes pretty similar to a bagel and is definitely more nutritious.

6. Cream Cheese and Fruit

If you like sweet bagels, this cream cheese and fruit toast is the option for you. Try it with some tart berries, or even something more sweet like pears. It almost tastes like a fruit pastry, and you can even add a bit of sugar or honey for some extra sweetness.

7. Cinnamon Sugar Toast

Cinnamon toast is a childhood favorite of mine. A little touch of sugar on a piece of buttery toast can't hurt. Plus this toast is a bit healthy because cinnamon contains a high source of antioxidants. It’s good for your heart and it helps fight infections and viruses. 

There’s a different toast for every meal of the day, whether it’s for breakfast, a late-night snack or dessert. There are millions of toast recipes out there, so you'll never get sick of it. Let's give a toast...TO TOAST!