This Tomato Breakfast Toast is topped with a spicy yogurt sauce, eggs, tomatoes and spices for an easy and flavorful breakfast.
It’s tomato season!! I know it’s tomato season because my dad keeps talking to me about his tomato garden and also because our neighbors just gave us a bunch of tomatoes from their garden because they “have too many”. I’m certainly not complaining!
I don’t have a garden, but if I did I imagine I’d plant tomatoes. I mean, that’s just what gardeners do, right? Tomatoes seem like the most commonly-grown vegetable (errr….fruit), and I have to assume it’s because there are so many ways you can use them. Tomato sauce! Salsa! Salads! Or, on bread to make simple tomato breakfast toast.
I think you know by now that eggs+toast is my go-to weekday breakfast. It’s quick, it’s easy, it’s filling, and it’s fairly nutritious as well. Sometimes I add avocado, other times I add kale, and during tomato season you better believe I add tomatoes to my breakfast toast.
This isn’t just any tomato breakfast though—it’s spicy breakfast toast! Well, kind of spicy. Rather than eating dry bread (which I actually do a lot of times…), I opted to make a spicy sauce using yogurt and smoked paprika. It pairs perfectly with basically anything, but especially well with eggs and tomatoes. I then topped the whole thing with lots of salt, pepper and some micro greens for color. Yes, this is probably one of my top 3 easiest recipes on the blog EVER, but those are also the best kind of recipes, right?
If you’re a low-key breakfast eater like me and/or if you’re trying to use up tomatoes from your garden, then you’ll love this tomato breakfast toast. And, if you're looking for another simple toast recipe, check out this avocado toast.
Tomato Breakfast Toast
for the sauce:
- ⅓ cup Greek yogurt
- 2 teaspoon hot sauce
- ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
- ⅛ teaspoon chipotle powder
for the toast:
- 4 slices bread I used sourdough
- 4 eggs
- 3-4 cherry tomatoes or 1-2 heirloom tomatoes sliced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Microgreens for garnish and extra cayenne pepper if desired
- Make the sauce by stirring all ingredients together in a bowl; set aside.
- Toast the bread, then top each piece with some of the sauce, a fried egg, a tomato, salt, pepper, and greens.
This is all amazingness. I love it. I'll have it in the morning 🙂
Liz @ Floating Kitchen says
I am eating ALL the tomatoes right now. And they are so perfect, that's it's a shame to jazz them up too much. So I'm totally digging this simple and sophisticated toast. Perfect way to highlight all their goodness! Beautiful photos!