Is your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier?
If you are looking to add healthier options to your eating habits, you are in luck Cellone’s has come up with some healthy toppings for your toast. You can still enjoy a slice of Cellone’s toast without smothering it in butter.
- Avocado – Instead of using cheese on your toast, try sliced or mashed avocado to top your toast. This snack is quick to make and is rich in unsaturated rather than saturated fats.
- Mashed or sliced bananas – Wanting something sweet? Mashed or sliced banana is a delicious and filling addition to your toast without adding any free sugars. You can even add a little cinnamon or seeds for extra flavor.
- Hummus – What a yummy spread, and it is very versatile! You can blend boiled chickpeas with any spice or veggie.
- Berries and low-fat Greek yogurt – First, spread low-fat Greek yogurt to your toast, then add strawberries, blackberries, or blueberries. It will taste amazing!
- Pure nut butters – Nut butters such as almonds or peanuts are an all-around snack that is great on its own or can be combined with fresh fruit. Adding nut butters to your Cellone’s toast will taste great! Check the ingredients and pick the ones made only from nuts, without added salt, sugar, or palm oil.
- Ricotta cheese – If you are a cheese fan, then ricotta cheese on your Cellone’s toast is perfect for you! Did you know that ricotta cheese contains vitamin A, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B12, vitamin K, iodine, phosphorus, selenium, and zinc? Wow! It’s packed with all the good stuff!
- Apple slices and nut butter – Apple on toast works well with just about any nut butter you like; it can be peanut, almond, or cashew. For the best results, be sure to cut your apples nice and thin so you can easily slice through every bite.
Next time you make toast, don’t forget these healthier toppings to stay on track with your New Year’s resolution. Also, next time you are at the grocery store, try our Homestyle wheat bread for a healthier alternative instead of getting our Italian bread.