Healthy Egg & Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

Breakfast Sandwich Egg tomato avacado

I didn’t used to be a big fan of breakfast, but I am beginning to enjoy it more and more.

One of my favorite new hot, healthy, protein and vitamin-rich go-to’s is this yummy breakfast sandwich.

Breakfast Sandwich Egg tomato avacado 2

A protein-rich fried egg topped with fresh and juicy, red-ripe Campari tomatoes and slices of nutrient-dense avocado sandwiched between a whole wheat English muffin is just the way to start my day.

When I don’t have ripe avocados, I love to use a slice of smoked gouda cheese or some crispy bacon.  Not nearly as healthy, but oh so yummy!

I’m already looking forward to my next breakfast!  How about you?

Healthy Egg and Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

Ingredients:Breakfast Sandwich Egg tomato avacado

  • I large egg
  • 1 Campari tomato
  • 1/2 avocado
  • 1 whole wheat English muffin
  • butter, salt & pepper to taste

While English muffin is toasting, fry egg to your liking – sunny side up, over easy, over hard (my personal preference).  Add salt and pepper to taste.  Place egg on lightly buttered toasted English muffin, top with slices of tomato and avocado.  Smoosh together, cut in half, and ENJOY!

Remember what we were always told as children….
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so here’s to breakfast!

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

51 thoughts on “Healthy Egg & Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

  1. I had just finished breakfast but you make me want to eat breakfast again! Happily, our hens have begun to lay again so we might have an egg sandwich this weekend. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until summer to have a slice of tomato with the sandwich…we never buy tomatoes, especially out of season. 🙂

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  2. I love breakfast anytime, and eat an egg a few times a week usually with toasted crust. I like the crust and save the inside for croutons, or bread crumbs. I love avocados and just got a bunch yesterday, but they’re not ripe enough yet or I’d be making this right now!

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  3. Yummy, I love these ingredients too. I’ve always been a breakfast eater too Jodi, my mom told me the same thing. Hehe! Beautiful photography.
    I received my beautiful purchases yesterday, from McKinney X2 I’m posting them in my blog later. My two girlfriends are going to love the gifts.

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  4. I love avocados! This looks yummy, Jodi! I struggle with breakfasts so will definitely give this a try. It reminds me of the B-fast sandwich at Starbucks that I love with the bacon and Gouda cheese – but this is a MUCH healthier version. 😍👍💕

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    • Oh how wonderful! Be sure it is fully ripe before you use it or you may be disappointed. It needs to be soft to the touch. If you eat it too green and hard, it will not taste good, and too ripe it will get brown. They are a bit tempermental to get “just right, but when you do, they are heavenly! They should be firm enough to slice without smooshing, yet you could spread like butter if you had to. 🙂 They are buttery and delicious when ripe. Good luck Suzy!

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