Sweet or Savory?
These simple heavenly breakfast toasts have us struggling to decide. So let’s have both!
The thick and creamy layer of coconut yogurt on the rustic slice of Ezekiel bread is a gift that keeps on giving. Ezekiel bread is different for several reasons:
Most breads contain added sugar Ezekiel bread contains none.
It’s also made from organic, sprouted whole grains. The sprouting process changes the nutrient composition of the grains significantly.
In contrast to most commercial breads, which consist primarily of refined wheat or pulverized whole wheat, Ezekiel bread contains several different types of grains and legumes:
Four types of cereal grains: Wheat, Millet, Barley and Spelt.
Two types of legumes: Soybeans and Lentils.
What are legumes good for? For starters, most legumes are packed with protein and are considered one of the best sources of plant-based protein. All the grains and all the legumes are organically grown and allowed to sprout before they’re processed, and baked to produce.
The Citrus Fruit Crisps, that we used on the savory toast, are made with a little hack, that we get weirdly excited about, every time we enjoy it. You can store your homemade fruit crisps in mason jars and have them at hand to use them for anything.
Because you will!
2 slices Ezekiel Bread
(Almond) Butter or nut butter of choosing
SAVORY WITH CITRUS FRUIT CRISPS:
Avocado - sliced
Salt & Pepper, to taste
slices of Citrus Fruit Crisps
Cover Ezekiel Bread slice with layer of coconut yogurt. Add a schmear nut butter.
Top with bee pollen and berries.
Place slices avocado sprinkle with salt and pepper. Top it of with citrus fruit crisps.
For a nice contrast, you can (very lightly) sprinkle your arranged citrus fruit slices with some palm, brown of coconut sugar before you bake them.
Wheat, barley and spelt ALL contain gluten, so Ezekiel bread is out of the question for people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.