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Love toast? Love peanut butter? Me too! This vegan peanut butter and fruit toast makes a wonderful breakfast that is quick, super nutritious and most importantly delicious.
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Happy new year to all of you amazing people!
Today I am posting a nice quick vegan peanut butter and fruit toast recipe for breakfast I have when I don’t have time in the morning!
Who doesn’t like a nice slice of toast with creamy and crunchy peanut butter on? No one! They are my go-to breakfast when I don’t have time in the morning. It’s super easy and quick to make, and so yummy.
Here is how to make this vegan peanut butter and fruit toast!
How to vegan peanut butter and fruit toast
I made my vegan peanut butter and fruit toast with rye bread. The rye bread I used is a very thin one and has this wholesome nutty flavour. You can toast it and spread some nut butters, or simply just vegan butter on.
Rye bread is one of my favourite bread now, but when I first tried it I thought it was AWFUL. Because I didn’t know the sour and wheaty flavour it had, I actually thought it had gone rancid when I first put it in my mouth!
For a while, I didn’t want to eat rye bread but I gave it another try because I saw a lovely picture of rye bread with some toppings on Instagram. And turned out with the right toppings it tastes good!
So be aware if you have never tested rye bread, it might be too strong for your taste bud but try it with some of your favourite toppings like peanut butter or hummus with cherry tomatoes, etc.
I used creamy unsalted peanut butter with no added sugar in it for this vegan peanut butter and fruit toast recipe. I find it wholesome and much healthier than those that have additives in them. Those store-bought peanut butter often have a lot of salt and sugar, and you have no idea how much of them are in it and it’s not always healthy.
Because of that, I use natural peanut butter with just peanuts as the ingredient, and I drizzle some maple syrup on top of it. So that it’s healthy and sweet at the same time! You can even sprinkle a little coarse salt to make it a little fancy too.
As the title suggests, I topped my toast with some fruits! I used some bananas, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries. You can feel free to top with your favourite fruits such as figs, strawberries, etc.
I also sprinkled some homemade buckwheat granola and some pumpkin seeds to make it even more nutritious and to give some crunchy texture to my vegan peanut butter and fruit toast. So yum!
Is rye bread gluten-free?
Rye bread does have less gluten but unfortunately, it’s not gluten-free. I hear some bakeries have gluten-free rye bread, but feel free to use your favourite gluten-free bread for this vegan peanut butter and fruit toast recipe!
Where can I find rye bread?
You can try your local supermarket to see if they have rye bread, but if you can’t find it anywhere you can always look online! Rye bread like this is perfect for this vegan peanut butter and fruit toast recipe.
You will LOVE this peanut butter and fruit toast because it’s:
– easy and quick to make
– great breakfast when you don’t have time
– lovely combination of fruits and peanut butter
– great family breakfast
Want more recipes like this?
Try my other delicious breakfast recipes you might enjoy!
- Cinnamon rolls – vegan
- Apple crumble bars – vegan and GF option
- Chocolate chip banana bread – vegan and oil-free
- Caramelised hazelnut chocolate porridge – vegan
- Strawberry crumble bars – vegan and GF option
Vegan Peanut Butter and Fruit Toast
What you need:
- Rye bread – as many as you want!
- 1/2 -1 tbsp Peanut butter, smooth or crunchy whichever you like
- A few raspberries, blackberries and blueberries
- A banana cut into coins
- Your favourite vegan granola
- Toast your rye bread in a toaster for about 2-3 minutes, longer for thicker slices
- Spread good amount of peanut butter, a lot if you want
- Garnish with the berries, banana coins and granola. Get creative!
Please leave a comment and rate this recipe in the comment section below if you like this vegan peanut butter and fruit toast! Let me know and tag me @thechestnutbakery on Instagram too. Thank you for making my recipe, friends!
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Useful kitchen tools for this recipe
Using this slide type of toaster is best to toast a rye bread as they are quite thin!
Balmuda toaster is super cute and very easy to use, one of my favourite kitchen tool brands.
So it’s new year and little life update.
2019, nothing special but what special is that you now are living a new year, so it’s the best time to get a resolution, or reset whatever happened last year and start fresh again, to become the YOU that you want to be or do the thing you always wanted to do.
It could be anything, like eat healthy food and be healthier, study the language you always dreamed of speaking fluently, travel on your own in a foreign country, work out 3 times a week, keep a journal, learn something new just anything for the sake of leaning, relax and have time to treat yourself, find a flat and be independent mentally and financially.
Guessed it? Yes, these are just a FEW things that I want to do for myself in new year.
We all say new year new you, but really, the only person who can make a deference in your life is you!
So what you waiting for:)
My hand condition is still bad but not as bad as it was a couple of months ago.
I am in between jobs at the moment and when things all get settled I really want to create more amazing vegan food and recipes for you all so stay tuned!