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Avocado Toast with Cottage Cheese & Tomatoes

    Ready in 5 minutes, this satisfying no-cook avocado toast breakfast is packed with protein, fiber and healthy fats – perfect for busy mornings or an easy lunch.

    Holding avocado toast with cottage cheese and tomatoes.

    Why is it that so many people skip breakfast? It’s my favorite meal of the day! Well no more; this simple and quick Avocado Toast with Cottage Cheese and Tomatoes is not only delicious, but it doesn’t require any cooking, so you can make it and take it on the go.


    • Whole grain bread: Hearty enough to hold the weight of the ingredients as well as flavorful.
    • Cottage cheese: Adds great flavor and texture, as well as protein, calcium, and vitamins and minerals.
    • Avocado: Naturally rich in flavor and creamy in texture, it’s also a huge source of protein, fiber, and vitamin C.
    • Tomato: A bit sweet, juicy, and chalk full of vitamins.
    • Red onion: Mild enough to eat raw, but strong enough to add a zing of sharp flavor.

    How to Make Avocado Toast with Cottage Cheese and Tomatoes

    Liz cutting bread

    Start you Avocado Toast with Cottage Cheese and Tomatoes by slicing and toasting your whole grain bread.

    Slicing open avocado

    Then cut your fresh avocado in half and slice into thin slices, and slice your tomatoes.

    Spreading cottage cheese on toast

    Spread cottage cheese evenly on each slice.

    Seasoning toast with salt and pepper

    Season with a bit of salt and pepper, then layer with tomato slices.

    Liz placing avocado slices on toast

    Top the tomatoes with avocado slices.

    Seasoning avocado toast with salt

    And a pinch more of salt and pepper.

    Liz thinly slicing onion

    Finish your toast by thinly slicing red onion and adding to the top of your toast.

    Avocado toast with cottage cheese and tomatoes.

    Enjoy your delicious breakfast of Avocado Toast with Cottage Cheese and Tomatoes.

    Additions / Substitutions:

    • Up the protein. Bacon strips would taste great, or use bacon bits to keep it a “no cook” meal.
    • Switch the cheese. If you’re not a fan of cottage cheese, spreadable cheese with chives would be a good substitute.

    Frequently Asked Questions:

    What bread works best with avocado toast?

    In my opinion, either a crusty or whole-grain bread works best.

    How does cottage cheese on avocado toast taste?

    Cottage cheese not only adds great flavor and texture but it turns a snack into a complete meal by adding protein, calcium, and 7 other vitamins and nutrients.

    How do you keep cut avocado from turning brown?

    Keep the pit! By keeping the pit with the avocado and putting it in an airtight container in the fridge, you can slow the browning. You can also sprinkle it with lime juice!

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    Liz eating avocado toast with cottage cheese and tomatoes.

    Avocado toast is a great quick, easy breakfast; no more excused for skipping this important meal! And it’ll keep you full and satisfied until lunch.

    No fork required.

    Avocado toast with cottage cheese and tomatoes

    Avocado Toast with Cottage Cheese and Tomatoes

    4.67 stars average
    This satisfying no-cook avocado toast breakfast is packed with protein, fiber and healthy fats – perfect for busy mornings or an easy lunch.
    PREP: 5 mins
    TOTAL: 5 mins
    Servings: 4


    • 8 slices whole grain bread (toasted)
    • 2 cups cottage cheese (low fat)
    • 1 ripe California avocado (sliced)
    • 1 tomato (sliced)
    • ½ red onion (sliced)
    • salt and freshly cracked pepper (to taste)


    • Lay toasted bread slices out on a large cutting board and top each one with ¼ cup of cottage cheese. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
    • Top cottage cheese with avocado, tomato slices, and red onion slices, then season with another pinch of salt and pepper. Serve.


    Calories: 440kcalCarbohydrates: 63.5gProtein: 25gFat: 11.9gSaturated Fat: 2.8gPolyunsaturated Fat: 9.1gTrans Fat: 0gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 402mgFiber: 13.1g

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    Liz DellaCroce

    Liz Della Croce is the creator and author of The Lemon Bowl, a healthy food blog. Since 2010, Liz has been sharing delicious recipes that just so happen to be healthy. By using real ingredients with an emphasis on seasonality, Liz has built a growing audience of loyal readers who crave good food for their families. Click Here To Subscribe to my newsletter:


    1. Hi Liz, your recipe is great!
      Can we repost them for our Instagram? We sell cottage cheese in Chile!


      1. Liz, thanks again for such wonderful ideas! I have ingredients to make that right here in my house and it looks so much more exciting than the toast with cream cheese I had a few hours ago. Really enjoy your website oh, you are very inspiring as I have mentioned before. Thank you.

    2. Sounds delightful! I would drizzle with flax oil for an added antioxidant boost. Plus cottage cheese and flax combined fight cancer.

    3. I can always count on any of your Pinterest post to be totally fantastic. And this one surely is. We get real tired of the so called “normal” breakfast items. I also have used spreadable cheese with chives when cottage cheese is not in the fridge. Love your blog!!

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