Toast with Turkey Rashers, Avocado and Tomatoes

Toast with Turkey Rashers, Avocado and Tomatoes





10 min


10 min


Toast with Turkey Rashers, Avocado and Tomatoes Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 Thick slices sourdough or wholemeal bread
  • 1 Ripe avocado
  • 4 Slices turkey rashers (unsmoked)
  • 2 Beef tomatoes, sliced

Creamy avocado was for a while considered to be a somewhat unhealthy choice due to its high fat content. We now know that the fats it contains are of the ‘good’ variety, and with a number of other essential nutrients contained within, avocado is a great choice to spread on your toast. Don’t be alarmed at the carb content in this recipe – a whopping 23g of it comes from the avocado. Enjoy with lean turkey rashers and tomatoes for a protein and anti-oxidant packed breakfast or snack.

Toast with Turkey Rashers, Avocado and Tomatoes Recipe Method

1. Peel and stone the avocado, then roughly mash the flesh in a small bowl.

2. Grill the turkey rashers until done to your liking, and toast the bread

3. Spread the toast with avocado, then tomato and finally the rashers, and enjoy.

Recipe created specially for you by nutritionist & chef, Elodie Oliver, in collaboration with Rolandas PT4U

Toast with Turkey Rashers, Avocado and Tomatoes Recipe-Good For Muscle Building

The amazing avocado is our featured ingredient for this recipe. It is wonderful for muscle building.

Nutritional Values

Calories 575
Fat 32.7g
Carbs 54.5g
Protein 18.6g

Featured Ingredient: Avocado

ripe avocado for turkey rashers toast bodybuilding recipe

The amazing avocado is a muscle building food! Once upon a time avocados were kept out of muscle building diets, but not anymore. They have a unique combination of 20 different nutrients, which are essential for us. The type of fat that they have, mono-unsaturated fat, can actually move fat away from you mid-section.

On top of everything else, avocados contain mannoheptulose – this is a sugar that actually dulls insulin release. Why is this good? Because high insulin levels lead to fat storage, and even eventually to diabetes.

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