Alright guys. I’m a little terrified about this, but I’ve committed to doing Whole30 for the month of January. If you aren’t familiar with Whole 30, essentially it is 30 days without any dairy, grains, sugar, or alcohol. The idea is to cleanse your body and to focus on eating whole and nutritious foods. Is it going to be hard? Yes. But I’ve also been through childbirth and it can’t be harder than that. Can it? We will find out. As part of this process I’ve spent a lot of time researching what I can eat, what I can’t, and figuring out which recipes I need to try out. One of my favorite meals is an avocado toast at a restaurant near here. Clearly I can’t completely recreate it while on Whole30 – in order to be Whole30 compliant I had to remove the grains from it, so in their place I used potato slices! So not only does this awesome dish knock off the eating healthy resolution I have for 2017, but it also helps with the saving money resolution because it means I can eat out less! And everything I used for it I bought on my weekly shopping trip at my local Kroger. Ours is seriously around a mile from our house and I can pick up everything I need to feed my family, and fill our pantry, for the week!
So here’s what you need (makes 4):
1/4 Cup Almond Milk (read the label to make sure you buy one without sugar added)
1 Large Potato, thinly sliced
2 Ripe Avocados, peeled and cored
1/4 Cup Olive Oil
1 Teaspoon Salt
Here’s what you do:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lay the potato slices on a baking sheet coated with olive oil. Coat the top side with olive oil as well. Sprinkle with salt, and put the sheet in the oven for 15-20 minutes, until potatoes and soft.
While potatoes are baking in a blender or food processor combine avocados and almond milk, and squeeze juice from the lemon slice in as well. Blend until well mixed but still slightly chunky.
Baste the eggs on a griddle so that egg whites are well cooked and yolk in still runny. The easiest way to do this is to crack the egg on a preheated griddle, and place a glass lid over the egg.
Line up 3 potato slices and top with the avocado mix. Top with the basted egg. Serve and enjoy – this dish is a lot of deliciousness!
Even my sometimes picky 2.5 year old daughter ended up eating most of mine so this is definitely something we will be repeating in our house. It’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, or those of us who like breakfast for dinner!
If you live somewhere that has a Kroger I hope you shop there already and if you don’t you need to go check it out! It has the best prices and selection and is always a pleasant shopping experience. And now I’ve teamed up with Kroger to give one of my amazing readers a $50 gift card to Kroger to help you get started on your new year grocery shopping! Just enter using the form below – good luck!
I’m really excited to see where this Whole30 journey takes me and what my results are. I know it’s not a diet I will sustain but I hope to learn some things about myself and my body in the process! Is anyone else doing Whole30 this January?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kroger. The opinions and text are all mine.
Whole 30 sounds terrifying but this looks delish! I love avocado and eggs together!
Chanel van Reenen says
this sounds so delicious! i love avocado toast and i top everything i can with a fried egg!
Julie Wood says
Your No bread avocado toast looks delicious! My New Year’s resolution is to exercise 5 days a week by walking. And to eat more veges like avocados!
Stephanie Phelps says
I am making a resolution to learn to cook my families favorite meals in a healthier way!
Ellie Wright says
My resolution is to start exercising 30 minutes a day.
my resolution is to eat healthier.
I want to get more sleep this year, I tend to put it off and it catches up with me.
Sarah Hayes says
i want to live in the moment more this year
According to Ashley Bree says
My new year resolution is to eat healthy and work out more! (:
My resolution is to save 5-10% of each paycheck into a savings account.
I want to do more races this year
Steve Weber says
Mine is to live each day like it’s my last, and be even more kind to people on a day to day basis.
This looks amazing! I’d eat avocado every day all day if I could! I need to do another whole 30 desperately!
this is one of my favorite breakfasts/night time snacks…but with toast. did you do whole 30 while you were pregnant?
I did not! This is my first time!
Francine Anchondo says
to save money
Janet W. says
My New Years Resolution is to drink more water and cut out soft drinks!
Janice Cooper says
I want to be more positive and eat more vegetables
Tee Anderson says
I need to purchase more healthier snacks and be more active playing the the kids outside. I would like to lose 10-15 lbs this year.
Dina Lindquist says
My New Year Resolution is to be positive, drink more water and get healthy!
To eat healthier
elizabeth p says
my resolution is to be present.
My big resolution is to cut white sugar totally out of my diet and eat more whole foods!
Kristi C says
I plan on exercising more and stop stressing about the things I cannot change.
Ann Fantom says
My new year’s resolution is to get more organized. I’m going to start with getting all my photos in photo albums
Cynthia C says
I am going to add minutes to my daily walking this year.
Tiffany Banks says
I would love to start making healthier food choices & to stop drinking pop!
Christina S says
Save some money.
Debbi Wellenstein says
I don’t really make New Years resolutions-however, this year I am going to do more cooking from scratch.
Suzanne K says
I’m resolving to be more active and eat healthier. I’m heading out for a 10+ mile walk/jog this morning!
Susan Smith says
I want to eat less sugar and eat more fruits and vegetables
Ashley Zeal says
This looks so delicious! Pinned the recipe! XooX
Susan Robinson says
I make no resolutions. I try to do my best every day and keep u with everything. This way I’m not frustrated with myself for not keeping a resolution. Good luck with the Whole30! Great recipe, but I don’t think I could keep up with it for 30 days!
patricia skinner says
My goal is to stay cancer free.
Kevin M says
THE FOOD LOOKS GREAT..GETTING HUNGRY 🙂
Michelle Richardson says
My 2017 new years resolutions are to hike twice a month and to play at least 1 board game with my family a week!
Mine is to be more in the moment, I rush so much to the next thing, that I’m not enjoying the ‘here & now’
Cynthia R says
I would love to pay off some debt, read 60 books, work out three times a week, lose 8 pounds, and eat healthier… That’s a lot of goals.
Amy Deeter says
This year i want to move around more and be more active
Kayte CookWatts says
My resolution is to meditate 10 minutes a day! I admire you doing Whole 30. You certainly made it look delicious.
One of my resolutions is joining the gym and keep goin!
Shelly Peterson says
I do not have any resolutions, I usually don’t make them.
Kelly M. says
I want to be more intentional!
I want to get ready for my first marathon.
Brenda Haines says
Right now I’m focusing on getting better, since I’ve been ill for over a month. And then, I am going to focus on staying as healthy as I can.
While I’m not doing Whole 30, I have been eating this breakfast now twice this week thanks to your recipe. It’s delicious, healthy and filling. Great idea!
Sarah Hall says
I want to lose weight, as always. But I also would like to do better at volunteering for community services.
My New Year’s resolution is to eat fewer processed foods, thus eating more vegetables! I also want to broaden the spectrum of the vegetables that land on my plate. We mostly eat leafy greens, broccoli and cauliflower this time of year.
Wendy R. says
Kudos to you for trying this! My son went totally Paleo in the summer and it is really helping him. I don’t make any resolutions for the new year, but do try to have a better year than the one previous.
Katie K says
I don’t do formal resolutions but i am committed to maintaining my current healthy weight 🙂
Rhonda Grisham says
My new years resolution is to spend more time with my family.
Stephanie Larison says
To eat healthier, not just for me but for my whole family. I’m hoping to lead by example and get them eating healthier, also!
I need to declutter and finish projects
Heather Hayes Panjon says
My New years resolution is to eat healthier and get more organized.
My resolution is to drink more water and cutout soda pops.
To be more open understanding and compassionate towards the views of others.
My resolution is to reach out to old friends I haven’t seen in a long time.
My resolution is to embrace change rather than fear it.
kim hardy says
My resolution is to listen more
Heidi B says
I am trying to read more books this year at least 1 a month going for 3.
Jill Meadows says
I love Kroger!! I need to try a new diet this year. Thanks for sharing!
This year I am determined to downsize, declutter, and organize.
Richard Hicks says
I resolve to be better organized!
Breanna Danielle Pollard says
TO READ MY BIBLE MORE, NO JUNK FOOD AND TO BE HAPPIER.
Angela Newsome says
My #1 Resolution this year is to live each day more intentionally and to appreciate each single blessing I’m given
I resolve to be healthier. It has nothing to do with the new year. It is something that is good to strive for all the time.