Easy Tofu Toast

Tofu toast is a super easy and delicious breakfast that is packed with protein and healthy fats. It can be an easy lunch or snack with no heating required!

Adding protein to your breakfast is a must to keep you on track with your health goals like weight loss and lowering cholesterol.  However, our traditional toast breakfast of jam or cream cheese doesn’t offer much protein.  

Are you ready to elevate your breakfast toast to include protein with this avocado tofu recipe?

A slice of tofu toast on white cutting board surrounded by 3 strawberries. White toast cut in half, with avocado, tofu and bagel spice on top.

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Why Make Tofu Toast?

  • it’s a vegan, dairy-free recipe
  • contains inexpensive plant-based protein
  • has loads of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats
  • contains cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber
  • perfect as a meal or snack
  • easily customizable to your palate
  • quick to make and oh so easy

Is This Tofu Avocado Toast Healthy?

One slice of tofu toast offers:

  • 11 grams of protein  
  • 8 grams of fiber   

It is essential to include protein in each meal.  Protein helps:

  • increase muscle mass
  • build and repair muscle, tissue, skin, nails, hair, hormones, and enzymes
  • keeps you full by reducing hunger
  • (plant protein) helps lower cholesterol levels

Eating two slices of tofu avocado toast for breakfast will help you meet your protein needs, and make a good dent in your recommended fiber requirements for the day. 

It is recommended that women consume at least 25 grams of fiber a day, while men need 38 grams a day (1). So two slice of tofu toast bread already makes up an impressive 64% of a woman’s fiber requirements and 42% for men.

And finally, what makes this avocado tofu recipe even healthier is knowing that tofu and avocados are two heart-healthy foods that will unclog your arteries!

Ingredients

Ingredients in tofu toast include 2 slices of soughdough bread, cubed tofu in a white bowl, everything bagel spice in a white bowl, and an avocado cut in half. These ingredients are placed on a white and grey cutting board.
  • Bread  – whole grain bread offers fiber and nutrients, but choose your bread of choice since tofu and avocados offer plenty of fiber.
  • A ripe avocado – is full of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and soluble fiber. Mixing tofu with avocado helps to create the smooth, spreadable consistency of hummus.  The hardest part of choosing avocados is their ripeness. Purchase a ripe avocado if you are going to make this recipe within 1-2 days, or an unripe one if you plan to make it later in the week.  You will know it’s ripe because it will be soft to the touch.  
  • Tofu – gives you plant protein.  I choose firm here, but medium tofu would work well too.   
  • Everything bagel spice – for flavor

Purchasing Tips

When purchasing everything bagel spice, you can purchase it already combined or make it yourself.

If you purchase it premixed, be sure that “salt” is not listed as one of the first ingredients. This keeps the overall dish low in sodium (helpful if you are managing high blood pressure).

If you want to make your own spice mixture, here is an everything bagel spice recipe I love. Sometimes buying each individual spice is more costly than purchasing the premixed version.  The choice is up to you!

Personally, I buy mine premixed.  In fact, Epicure has an everything bagel spice that includes chia seeds, which means you still get the delicious flavor of everything bagel spice but also the health benefits of chia seeds. 

Chia seeds are super heart-healthy.  It can help unclog arteries and lower blood pressure.  This is a great article about chia seeds vs hemp seeds if you want to learn more.

How To Make Avocado Tofu Recipe

Once you get all the ingredients on the table, the cooking part takes no more than 10 minutes. I guarantee!

Here are the steps to make tofu toast:

  1. Start with toasting your bread of choice.  This can be done in a pop-up toaster or toaster oven.  Whatever you use to normally toast your bread.  
  2. Next drain the tofu container, then pat the tofu dry with a clean dish towel. Place the tofu in a large bowl and use your fingers or a fork to break the tofu into roughly bite-sized crumbles. You can also mash the tofu with a fork. Tofu is pretty soft, so this shouldn’t take too long.
  3. Next, mash up the avocado.
  4. Mashing leaves the texture chunkier which I prefer. But if you are looking for a smoother consistency maybe try using a blender or food processor.  You may need to add liquid to achieve the right consistency.
  5. Next, mix the tofu and avocado together.
  6. Now it’s time to spread it onto your toast
  7. Add the toppings!  My favorite is everything bagel spice.

Watch How It’s Done Here

How Does it Taste?

If you are new to tofu, read more about what tofu tastes like here. Basically, tofu and avocado don’t have much of a flavor. 

The flavor truly comes from the toppings – like the everything bagel spice suggested here. Without the toppings, it’s a very nutritious spread, that’s pretty bland.  Maybe bland is your thing and that’s okay by me, but otherwise, I’d recommend the toppings.

Variations

  • If you are looking for more protein you could add sliced hard-boiled or scrambled egg to the mix
  • Hemp seeds or chia seeds are great for extra omega-3 fatty acids (bonus, chia seeds are already added to this delicious mix).
  • Or if you want some color on your plate, try adding cooked spinach.

How To Eat Tofu Toast

A slice of tofu toast on white cutting board surrounded by 3 strawberries. White toast cut in half, with avocado, tofu and bagel spice on top.
  • This recipe makes two slices of bread, so if you only want one slice of tofu bread I’d pair it with a veggie and a fruit to make a well-rounded breakfast.
  • Otherwise, you could choose to make a tofu sandwich for lunch with a glass of milk.

What Else Can You Make With Everything Bagel Spice

If you purchase an everything bagel spice for this recipe (which I recommend), you can start adding it to other dishes too! Try:

  • adding it to your homemade bread or bagels
  • Top your casseroles or mac and cheese
  • Add it to your scrambled eggs
  • Mix it into your coleslaw for added crunch
  • Use it in a salad dressing
  • Flavor your roasted vegetables
  • Use it on plain popcorn (one of my favorite whole grain snacks!)
  • Sprinkle on dips like guacamole or hummus

More Avocado Recipes

Final Thoughts

This high-protein tofu avocado toast recipe is an economical breakfast that only uses 3 ingredients. You’d never know this healthy breakfast is full of plant-based protein and soluble fiber to keep you on track with your health goals.  

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A slice of tofu toast on white cutting board surrounded by 3 strawberries. White toast cut in half, with avocado, tofu and bagel spice on top.

Easy Tofu Toast

Tofu toast is a delicious and simple breakfast, snack, or light meal! It comes together in 5 minutes and keeps you full with fiber, protein, and healthy fat.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 2
Calories 293 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 avocado
  • block firm tofu
  • 2 tbsp everything bagel spice
  • 2 slices bread

Instructions
 

  • Toast your bread of choice.
  • In a small bowl, crumble tofu with your hands or a fork.
  • In a different small bowl, smash or mash avocado with a fork.
  • Mix crumbled tofu and smashed avocado together to achieve a spreadable creamy consistency.
  • To assemble, spread the tofu avocado mixture on the two slices of toast and garnish with a sprinkle of everything bagel spice.

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Nutrition

Calories: 293kcalCarbohydrates: 23gProtein: 11gFat: 19gSaturated Fat: 3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 4gMonounsaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 0.01gSodium: 142mgPotassium: 527mgFiber: 8gSugar: 2gVitamin A: 147IUVitamin C: 10mgCalcium: 130mgIron: 2mg
Keyword Avocado, heart healthy, Toast, tofu, Tofu Toast
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