Use One Slice Of Bread To Make A Delicious Breakfast

Got just one bread slice left?

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If you ever find yourself down to the last slice of bread that you can't even make a sandwich, you should know that you don't need another slice to make a meal out of it. 

Just one slice of bread can be all you need to make these bread recipes. Toast recipes are not sandwiches but can be just as hearty and may even be more satisfying, visually as well as appetizingly.

Turn to the humble toast to make that one bread slice worthy of a delicious meal that can get you through to the next. Here are our ideas on what to try to top it with: 

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1 Tomato Basil Toast Recipe  

Sometimes the most simple ingredients can be the best tasting ones. For this recipe, you just need some prepared pesto, fresh ripe slices of tomato, a basil leaf, and cheese. If you have sun-dried tomatoes, perfect! If not, just drizzle the loaded toast with olive oil. Simple yet tasty.    

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2 Avocado Toast Recipe 

Got avocados? Then you can transform that avocado into the buttery and creamy layer on top of your toast that replaces butter. Plus, it's more nutritious and Instagram-worthy than just plain butter. Top it off with some salty cheese, roasted corn, and you'll discover a vegetarian breakfast this pretty can be pretty satisfying, too.       

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3 French Toast with Cinnamon Apples Recipe

Who hasn't heard of French toast? If you haven't had the pleasure yet, that lone slice is the perfect excuse to give it a try. Give that bread a dunk in the egg mixture and top it off with some spiced apples for a delightful sweet-tart bite of fruit. Save the remaining egg mixture so you can make more french toast the next day when you have more bread on hand.  

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4 Peaches and Cream French Toast Recipe 

Search your pantry for a can of peaches that you might have overlooked or never thought to use and make is the topping of your pan-fried custard toast. You can even top it off with Nutella, nuts, and banana slices to make it even easier to fall in love with.  

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5 Pandesal French Toast Recipe

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6 Cheesy French Toast Recipe 

There's no reason why a French toast recipe can't be savory. This is a great example of how versatile a toast recipe can be! For this recipe, it's a matter of substituting the sugar with salt and topping it off with cheese instead of chunks of fruit.  

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7 Easy Egg Salad On Toast Recipe 

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French toast is the most common way to eat just one slice of bread but if you give it some imagination, you can have toast that's a loaded plate that can satisfy your hunger until you can grab another loaf from the store. 

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