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Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage

~ Our Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage will keep you fueled up for hours! Hearty, warm, whole-grain toast is topped with tangy cream cheese and rich, creamy avocado … and then with a fluffy, super-flavorful sausage and egg scramble. Make this quick recipe to power you through a busy day (it’s ready in under 10!), or surprise your family by serving it as a {trendy} weekend brunch! ~

This Recipe Is:     Ready in 30 Minutes or Less  

Ready in under 10, but you’ll be fueled up for HOURS! This quick Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage features hearty, whole-grain toast that’s topped with tangy cream cheese and rich, creamy avocado ... and then with a fluffy, super-flavorful sausage and egg scramble. Make this super-easy breakfast recipe to power you through a busy day, or surprise your family by serving it as a {trendy} weekend brunch! | #avocado #avocadotoast #eggs #breakfast #brunch | www.twohealthykitchens.com
Super fast, but you’ll be fueled up for HOURS! This quick Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage take less than 10 minutes! Hearty toast is topped with tangy cream cheese and rich, creamy avocado ... and then with a fluffy, flavorful sausage and egg scramble. Really healthy and satisfying! Make this EASY breakfast recipe to power you through a busy day, or for a relaxed but trendy weekend brunch! | #avocado #avocadotoast #eggs #breakfast #brunch #healthyrecipes | www.twohealthykitchens.com
Fuel up in under 10 minutes with this quick breakfast recipe! This Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage has hearty toast, topped with tangy cream cheese and rich, creamy avocado ... and then with a fluffy, delicious sausage and egg scramble. So healthy and satisfying! Make this EASY breakfast recipe to power you through a busy day, or for a quick but impressive weekend brunch! | #avocado #avocadotoast #eggs #breakfast #brunch #healthyrecipes #healtheating | www.twohealthykitchens.com

My morning routine usually involves waking up early for any number of various activities … especially sports and school (sad-but-true story). But I, as a teenage boy, am a huge advocate for sleeping lots. (*SIGH* Do you see the problem here??)

So, in order to maximize my sleep time, I need a quick but sustaining breakfast to power me through the day. If you read our blog a lot, you know my mom is alllll about nutritious breakfasts to fuel up for the day, and I’ve been trained well, believe me!

My go-to has always been eggs, and (not to brag … ahem …) I’ve pretty much perfected the scrambled egg. However, recently I’ve been seeing avocado toast all over the internet, and thought I’d give my classic egg an updated spin! Perfect! 

But wait! Are you wondering …

What Is Avocado Toast?

For those of you who don’t know what avocado toast is, well, it’s not hard to guess – but I’ll clarify …

Avocado toast is when you (wait for it) put avocado on toast!

Really, it’s pretty much that simple. Warm, crunchy toast is slathered with rich, creamy avocado – an incredibly satisfying combination of textures, yet perfectly simple (and nutritious!).

But here’s where the fun begins, because while it can be that simple, that can also be just the beginning of the story! Once the avocado and the toast meet up, you’ve got all kinds of options for toppings and flavors you can add. (Think avocado toast with Mexican 7-layer dip or smoked salmon. Hint … hint … recipes coming soon! 😉 ) 

Take my breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg as a perfect example. It’s even better than just plain ol’ avocado toast! You’ve got:

• Warm, whole-grain toast that boasts keep-you-full fiber and lots of great texture.

• A tangy slather of reduced-fat cream cheese, in addition to the creamy avocado. If you haven’t tried a little cream cheese on your avocado toast, I’m here to tell ya … it’s a major upgrade!

• Ridiculously good scrambled egg. (Remember I mentioned that I’ve perfected the scrambled egg?) Yeah … it’s awesome. I promise! Plus, it’s loaded with protein that helps the keep-you-full fiber in the toast keep you full looooooonger. Oh – and that hot sauce in the scrambled egg? It doesn’t make the egg spicy. It makes it good. Really, really good. Trust me on this part.

Oh, yes. This is breakfast joy. (If you’re awake enough to feel emotions in the morning.)

And, it’s got the trifecta of keep-you-full nutrients:

  1. whole grains
  2. protein
  3. healthy fats

Maybe add in some fresh fruit, and we’re talking breakfast of champions here.

And all that breakfast joy won’t dump you mid-morning, leaving you hungry, depleted and grouchy. Nope! This avocado toast will easily power you straight on to lunchtime. Breakfast joy that lasts all morning long! No energy crash, no rumbling tummy (which is so not cool).

Plus it’s ready in less than 10 minutes, so there’s a chance you’ll get to sleep in long enough to actually feel a little joyous. (maybe)

But What’s the Best Way to Mash the Avocado?

Avocado toast is flexible – so mash your avocado how you see fit. There’s no right or wrong! It can be super smooth or really chunky. In fact, you can even skip the mashing altogether and lay slices of avocado on top of your warm, toasty bread. Hey, you do you.

That being said, though, I’ll tell you how I like my avocado mashed.

I like it so that it still has a few creamy chunks of avocado, but is overall pretty smooth – that way it makes a great spread for your toast but still has some texture left. I usually use a fork, but my mom loves this little mashing gadget my grandma gave her for Christmas.

I also like my avocado mashed up with a little salt and a little pepper – not so much that they overpower the avocado, but enough to bring out its flavor. I tend to use around 1/16 of a teaspoon of each for half an avocado. But, it’s a judgement call.

That’s it! Easy, right?!?

How to Make Avocado Toast: Tips and Tricks

After making this recipe time after time, I’ve learned a couple little tips and tricks along the way.

1) Make sure that you have your avocado mashed and the ingredients for your scrambled egg all ready to put in the pan, before you pop the toast into the toaster. You want everything to be ready at essentially the same time!

2) After you top your warm toast with the cream cheese and mashed avocado, just plop the scrambled egg on top. If you made too much egg in proportion to the toast, you can put some on the side to eat like normal egg. The choice is all yours (again … the flexibility of this easy recipe)!

Swap-tions (Swaps and Options!)

Kind of repeating myself, here … but avocado toast really is so flexible and so, so easy. If you don’t like something in this recipe, take it out. The avocado toast is still gonna be awesome!

Or, if there’s something you really want to add, feel free! (Shhh … don’t tell my teachers, but they are wrong … adding and subtracting have no effect on the final product!)

  • Want to go vegetarian? Take out the turkey sausage. It’ll still be delicious!
  • Don’t have cheddar cheese in the fridge? Try feta or swiss!
  • Have some leftover veggies in the fridge? Scramble some up with the eggs. Peppers and onions would be especially great! (Kinda like we do in our beloved Skillet Breakfast Scramble.)
  • Like things spicy? Add extra hot sauce in as you scramble the egg, or even drizzle a little (or a lot!) on top!

You’re Ready to Power Up Your Day!

I love this recipe! And I really hope you do, too … and that it gives you the energy boost you need to get through the daily grind (or an awesome adventure)!

Give it a try – and if you enjoy it as much as I do, or if you have any ideas you would like to share on how you customized this avocado toast recipe to make it really your own, please leave a comment and a star review under the recipe card!

Now go get mashing those avocados …

Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage

Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage

Yield: 1 Toast
Prep Time: 6 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 8 minutes

Ready in less than 10 minutes, our Breakfast Avocado Toast with Egg and Sausage is perfect for busy mornings, or relaxed weekend brunches! So delicious, and it'll keep you fueled up for hours!

  Ready in 30 Minutes or Less  


Mashed Avocado

  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1/16 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/16 teaspoon kosher salt

Scrambled Eggs

  • 1 egg
  • 1 breakfast turkey sausage link (about 22 grams), cut into thin rounds (we like Bob Evans)
  • 2 tablespoons shredded, reduced-fat cheddar cheese
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons nonfat milk
  • 1/4 - 1/2 teaspoon Tabasco sauce (for flavor, not spiciness)

To Assemble

  • 1 large slice whole grain bread, lightly toasted (see note)
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons reduced-fat cream cheese
  • optional for garnish: additional black pepper, thinly sliced chives, or a drizzle of Tabasco sauce


  1. In a small bowl, mash avocado with a fork or a mashing tool. (As shown in the photo in the post, we like it to be just slightly chunky and not completely smooth, but you can adjust the consistency to your liking.) Stir in black pepper and salt. Set aside briefly while you toast the bread and make the scrambled eggs.
  2. In a small bowl, whisk egg, sausage rounds, cheese, milk, and Tabasco sauce. (Do this before toasting your bread, so the eggs and toast are done at the same time and the toast is still warm when you serve it). 
  3. Lightly toast bread.
  4. Meanwhile, preheat a small, nonstick skillet over medium heat (spray with cooking spray, if needed). Add egg mixture and cook until the egg is just set but not over-cooked (about 2 minutes), occasionally stirring gently with a rubber spatula so the egg mixture becomes scrambled and fluffy as it cooks.
  5. Spread warm toast with cream cheese, and then spread mashed avocado mixture on top of the cream cheese. Spoon warm scrambled egg mixture on top of the avocado. 
  6. Garnish as desired and serve immediately.


Bread: We like to use a larger slice of bread instead of a smaller, square sandwich bread. We always use a whole-grain or whole-wheat bread because it's more nutritious, and we prefer bread that has some bits of grains or seeds to add great texture. Among the store-bought brands, our current favorite is Dave's Killer Bread, which is organic (we used the Dave's 21 Whole Grains variety in our photos, which looks like THIS). Read ingredient lists carefully to make sure whole wheat or grains is the first ingredient, and that the bread doesn't contain any high-fructose corn syrup (as many processed brands do).

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1 toast
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 409

Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only, and may vary depending on your choice of ingredients or preparation. No guarantees are made regarding allergies or dietary needs. Always consult a physician or dietician for specific advice and questions.

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  1. I think I might be the only person on earth who is not a huge fan of avocado, so I’ve never really understood the appeal of avocado toast. Scrambled eggs on toast, however, I can get behind that, especially with a layer of cream cheese underneath! I think my hubby would love this, though, as he is a fan of avocado. This recipe looks like good, healthy option for lunch, as well!

    1. Yep, this recipe is perfect for Breakfast, Brunch, or Lunch! If you are not a fan of avocado, leave it out, I’m sure it will still taste awesome! It’s really easy to customize this recipe because no matter what it still tastes great!

  2. Yesssss! I LOVE eggs / hot sauce for breakfast, and have been absolutely meaning to pair them with some avocado toast! Your addition of cream cheese sounds absolutely incredible – more richness, more flavor, and more perfection. This is definitely going to be my breakfast this weekend!

  3. I love that this is more than just regular avocado toast! I need a little more for a filling breakfast. Eggs and sausage are one of my favorites, but I ALSO love avocado toast. Typically I just top mine with an over easy egg but I’m looking forward to trying this.

    1. I totally agree! It is certainly cheaper to make avocado toast at home! It also lets you be soo much more flexible with the ingredients that you like and don’t! Thats the beauty of this recipe!
      ~ Ty

  4. OK, I have to admit that I have never seen the appeal of avocado toast – but adding the eggs and making it a full meal increases it considerably! Because I certainly can see the avocado with the spicy seasoned eggs. Great idea!

    1. We are glad that this recipe makes you want to try a food that you normally wouldn’t! Trust me, it won’t let you down. The flavor combination is perfect and it will leave you feeling satisfied all morning long!!!
      ~ Ty

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