Sure, I can probably make my own pesto and sun-dried tomatoes, but let’s be real here, sometimes I don’t have the time or the means. Besides, the stuff in the jar do just fine.
Although pesto typically has animal products, this one’s vegan and from. I bought it from Trader Joe’s and they have a few varieties, but this one is made with kale, cashews, and basil, and olive oil. Additionally, I bought the sun-dried tomatoes from Trader Joe’s too – which I found near the tomato sauce.
Anyway, I am a big fan of carb-heavy breakfasts, for example, a bowl of oatmeal, or a smoothie. But I think it was time to switch it up. So instead, I had a couple of pieces of whole wheat toast and added bold, savory flavors with delicious sources of fats from the olives, pesto, and sun-dried tomatoes. Between the fats from the toppings and the fiber from the toast, this ends up being a satisfying breakfast.
Totally feel free to make this recipe your own. Other items that work well on on savory toast include nutritional yeast, hummus, slices of tomatoes, and sprouts.
- I used whole wheat toast, but feel free to use what you have. However, whole wheat toast, in comparison to white, gives a nice density and satiating feel to the whole recipe.
- I love a good slice of freshly baked bread, but store-bought slice bread will do.
- If you want more or less of something, you’re totally welcome to adjust accordingly.
- This recipe is vegan.
Ready for the easy pesto, olives, and sun-dried tomato toast recipe?
- Toast the two slices of bread.
- On one side of each slide, spread the pesto.
- Then, add the sundried tomatoes and olives on top. You can cut the olives in halves, or keep them whole.
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