The following “Easy Avocado Toast Recipe” is a sponsored post on behalf of the Produce for Kids Power Your Lunchbox campaign. Opinions expressed are that of my own.
I have admit that with kids ranging in ages 7 to 13, it is proving to be a bit more challenging to make school lunches.
Between braces, loose teeth, as well as individual preferences, I am needing to be a bit more creative when it comes to packing their bags. Now obviously I don’t have time to make 3 completely different lunches (nor do I want to) so I have been trying to mix things up with fresh fruits and vegetables.
Plus if I find myself stumped, Power Your Lunchbox by Produce for Kids has great recipe solutions for parents like myself who might need a little inspiration.
So what exactly is “Power Your Lunchbox”?
Since launching in 2014, the Power Your Lunchbox initiative has provided more than 1.3 million meals to families in need via Feeding America thanks to the support of amazing brand partners. This year from August 5 to September 22, 2019 these sponsors will be donating 180,000 meals. *
The 2019 Power Your Lunchbox brand partners include:
- Bee Sweet Citrus – Mandarins
- Crispy Green®- Crispy Fruit
- Litehouse® – Ranch & Blue Cheese cups and Family Sized Ranch Dressing
- GROW – GROW Bananas
- NatureFreshTM Farms – Greenhouse Tomatoes
- Pero Family Farms® – Snipped Green Beans, Mini Sweet Peppers, Veggie Spirals
- RealSweet® – Peruvian Sweet Onions
- WHOLLY® GUACAMOLE – Minis & Snack Cups (with chips)
- Zespri® – SunGoldTM Kiwifruit
Having these brands on hand not only makes meal prep easier, but your purchase supports sponsors who support Power Your Lunchbox.
Don’t forget to visit and also enter the Echo Show Giveaway at Power Your Lunchbox.
I actually utilized many of these brands in my kiddos lunches over the past couple of weeks and the Litehouse Ranch cups have been perfect to pair with thinly sliced celery and carrots. Plus, the SunGold Kiwifruit were a fun and soft addition to their lunch boxes with special kiwi spoons.
Of course I was super excited when I could utilize WHOLLY GUACAMOLE and Pero Family Farms Sweet Peppers in an Easy Avocado Toast Recipe. If you would like to recreate it for your family, the ingredients are below.
Easy Avocado Toast Recipe
Ingredients: Serves 1
1 WHOLLY GUACAMOLE Minis Classic Guacamole Mild
1 slice of toasted and halved Honey Wheat bread
1 hard boiled sliced egg
5 – 6 Pero Farms Mini Sweet Pepper Rings Chopped
Pack your child’s lunch box with a cold pack as well as spoon, and place the toasted bread, sliced egg, and chopped peppers into individual containers. To complete the Avocado Toast Recipe, add a container of WHOLLY GUACAMOLE Minis.
FYI, I preferred to use the Mild Guacamole for this recipe but if you like it spicier WHOLLY GUACAMOLE also makes in a medium version. Plus look for Organic varieties as well as single serve chip cups.
Once it is time for lunch, prepare the Avocado Toast Recipe by spreading the WHOLLY GUACAMOLE Minis on top of the bread.
Then place the slices of egg on top and finish by sprinkling the chopped sweet peppers on top. This recipe also pairs well with the natural sweetness of Crispy Green Crispy Fruit.
This Avocado Toast is not only delicious, but colorful with fruits and vegetables along with protein and carbohydrates. Plus it is convenient to make and I love that all my kids enjoy the flavor, my 7 year old has even been requesting it.
I hope you family also enjoys my easy recipe and good luck entering the Echo Show Giveaway at Power Your Lunchbox.
Carlee @ FLL
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