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Beauty Avocado Toast With Watermelon Radish & Hemp Seeds

BEAUTY AVOCADO TOAST WITH WATERMELON RADISH & HEMP SEEDS

This Beauty Avocado Toast is too pretty to not share!

Not only is it beautiful, it’s healthy, delicious, and simple to make.

Avocado is full of healthy fats, fiber, and nutrients that your hair, skin, and nails love.

Watermelon radish is another beauty food superstar full of fiber, hydration, and minerals; it’s crunchy and has a really mild flavor. You can find watermelon radishes at most grocery stores these days. They’re inexpensive and add beautiful color and texture to just about any dish.

Hemp seeds add fantastic texture and protein to your avocado toast plus another dose of good fats, in particular omega-3’s.

For the bread, just be sure to choose something that’s high-quality and whole grain. Read the ingredient list and skip anything with hydrogenated oils, added sugar, or white flour. I prefer a gluten-free variety that contains whole grains and seeds.

This beauty avocado toast makes a great snack to keep your hunger at bay and energy high throughout the day.

Beauty Avocado Toast

  • 1 slice high-quality whole grain bread (I used Udi’s Millet & Chia gluten-free)
  • 1/2 small avocado (or 1/4 of a large one)
  • about 6 thin slices of watermelon radish
  • about 1 teaspoon of hemp seeds (aka hemp hearts)
  • pinch of pink Himalayan sea salt

Directions: Lightly toast your bread. Thinly slice a watermelon radish; I used a handheld mandoline slicer on 3.0 setting (a sharp knife works, too). Layer the top with alternating slices of avocado and watermelon radish slices. Sprinkle with hemp seeds and a pinch of sea salt.

Enjoy!

 

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  1. Lisa says:

    I think I’m going to coin the watermelon radish as the “Elizabeth Rider radish!” I’ve never seen it before you started showcasing it in so many of your photos/dishes! I hope to try it some time.

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