Smashed pea toast is a super easy, super healthy recipe that has tons of flavor. Spread it on sprouted toast for breakfast or make as a fancy appetizer!
This month I’m celebrating five years of recipe redux. That’s right, the recipe redux is five years old! From my very first post to today’s awesome smashed pea toast, it’s been an amazing journey of delicious food, wonderful friendships, and so much learning about blogging and photography. I’ve come a looooong way with my posts and my photography (check out the photography on this old post…oh my) and I can definitely say that the recipe redux has played a huge role in my growth as a healthy food blogger.
In case you don’t know what redux is, it’s the first and only recipe challenge founded by registered dietitians. The idea is to take delicious dishes and make them better for you. Each month is a new topic and this month we are are celebrating each other by posting a recipe that was inspired by a fellow redux member.
I’m celebrating my friend Abby Langer of Abby Langer Nutrition. Abby is a Toronto-based RD who first posted about avocado toast last year. Of course I’m no stranger to toast, I eat it pretty much every day, but mine is pretty boring. I rarely veer far from my beloved peanut butter and my avocado toast is definitely lacking in creativity. Abby created this avocado toast extravaganza and it looked so delicious it inspired me to get more creative with what I put on my morning bread.
Abby has a delicious blog and has created some amazing recipes as a redux member. She also writes for the Huffington Post in Canada. I finally met her in person at our annual RD meeting last year and she is exactly as I would’ve expected. She’s smart, funny and just a little bit sassy. My kind of peeps!
Now onto the food! I made this minty smashed pea and feta toast a few times, once for breakfast and then again for a pre-concert appetizer. I went to see Harry Connick, Jr. last weekend on the lawn at Wolf trap and my girls and I always Bring It with the apps. For my appetizer version I used a toasted baguette vs the sourdough bread you see above. The spread can be kind of heavy, so you definitely want to start with a sturdy piece of bread.
I hope you’ll try my smashed pea toast! It’s a super easy (I’m not kidding, you can make it in about 10 minutes start to finish), super healthy recipe that has tons of flavor. It can be spread on sprouted toast for a delicious breakfast or made as a fancy appetizer with a crispy baguette.