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How to Make Crunchy Avocado Toast With Chickpeas

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author image Tiffany Lin
Tiffany Lin has been a writer and editor since 2008. Her book reviews, news pieces and features have appeared in Cat Fancy, Dog World, Romantic Homes, Cottages & Bungalows, Chickens, Kittens USA and Urban Farm magazines. Lin is currently the Food & Drink and Nutrition Editor for LIVESTRONG.COM.
How to Make Crunchy Avocado Toast With Chickpeas
This dressed-up avocado toast bursts with roast chickpeas, creamy feta and refreshing mint leaves. Photo Credit: Mixed Makeup

Creamy avocado meets roasted chickpeas in this wholegrain toast recipe. It packs a hint of heat thanks to a dash of cayenne, but we're not stopping there. It’s also topped with lemon zest and mint leaves for a dish that's both savory and refreshing.

Crunchy Avocado Toast

And you thought your favorite snack couldn't get any better... (🎥 via Mixed Makeup)

Recipe: http://lvstrng.com/2peWoyh

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Sunday, April 30, 2017

While this recipe calls for two slices of whole-wheat sourdough bread, you can use any toast of choice. Begin by mashing one avocado and then spreading it on both slices of bread.

Then, you’ll toss roasted chickpeas in a mixture of salt, cayenne, ginger and cinnamon. Chickpeas provide an excellent source of plant-based protein and fiber, which has a filling effect and improves digestion.

Finally, you’ll garnish with feta cheese, chopped mint leaves and lemon zest. And voila! You’ll be able to enjoy this dressed-up version of avocado toast in just 10 minutes.

One serving contains 345 calories; 12.62 grams total fat; 11.64 grams protein; and 50.54 grams total carbs.

For the Full Recipe: Crunchy Spiced Chickpea Toast

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