To Make / Salted Honey Apple Gouda Toast


      Good morning! I have a delicious recipe for you all today, and it's perfect for the season: apple gouda toast (adapted from Half Baked Harvest, I just can't get enough of her recipes)! Topped with sea salt, honey, and rosemary, these toasts hit all of the flavors and are amazing for an easy fall lunch. Get the recipe below! 



- 2 slices of your choice of bread (I used my favorite sprouted version from Food For Life!)

- 2 pats of butter

- 2 slices of gouda

- half an apple, cut into slices

- raw honey

- sea salt

- rosemary


1. Place a pat of butter on each of your bread slices, then layer on the cheese and apples.


2. Set your oven to the broiler, and place your toasts on a baking sheet. Broil for 1-2 minutes, until the cheese is melted.


3. Drizzle your honey on the toasts, then sprinkle your salt and rosemary on top. Eat as is, or mush the two toasts together for a tasty sandwich! Enjoy!

To Make Avocado Toast Pizzas


     Hi guys! Since avocado toast has been such a big "thing" in the food world lately, I wanted to find different ways to try it, just to make it more exciting! I settled on turning it into a pizza somehow. It's a slightly more elevated way to consume the food trend. It requires a little more elbow grease than just spreading avocado on toast, but it's a great option if you are hosting a brunch, or want to make your breakfast more special! Get the recipe below!


For the Whole Wheat crust:

- 2 cups of whole wheat flour

- 1/4 cup of olive oil

- 2 eggs

- 1/2 tsp of salt

For the toppings:

- 1 avocado, mashed

- 2 eggs


Step one - Preheat oven to 350, and mix together crust ingredients until it forms a dough.

Step two - Roll dough into two balls and roll flat on top of parchment paper.

Step three - Using a small bowl and butter knife, cut out dough into two circular "pizza" shapes.

Step four - Bake in oven for 10 minutes.

Step five - Fry your eggs, and smooth avocado on top of pizza crusts. Top with fried eggs. Bailey and I each had our own and they were delicious. Enjoy!