The Ultimate Toast Topping Combination

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Jump start your morning or get an energy boost mid afternoon, this toast topping combination is not only tasty but also good for you.
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Toast is such a basic food. So much so that we don’t really give toast much thought. It might not be something that you typically have a craving for. The secret to desirable toast is all in the topping combination. Today I want to share with you how to put together, what I would easily consider, the ultimate toast topping combination.

The Ultimate Toast Topping Combination: Peanut Butter, Banana, & Chia Seeds drizzled with Honey (recipe)

The Ultimate Toast Topping Combination

For this recipe, you’ll need a few ingredients that you probably already have in your cupboards. Your favorite sandwich bread, bananas, raw organic honey, and chia seeds. That’s it!

Hungry? In less than five minutes, you can satisfy your hunger craving quickly. I love to eat it first thing for breakfast or as snack between meals. Chia Seeds adds a bit of health on top of this toast.

Chia seeds can be used in a variety of ways. I love to make my own yogurt and chia seed jars for breakfast. They taste really good paired with fresh fruit or added to a smoothie. Adding chia seeds on top of toast has quickly become my new favorite way to eat Chia.

The Ultimate Toast Topping Combination: Peanut Butter, Banana, & Chia Seeds drizzled with Honey (recipe)

The Ultimate Toast Topping Combination

The Domestic Diva
Jump start your morning or get an energy boost mid afternoon, this toast topping combination is not only tasty but also good for you.
5 from 6 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1 person


  • 2 slices of bread of choice
  • peanut butter crunchy or creamy, whatever you like best
  • 1/2 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1 banana
  • honey


  • Start by toasting 2 slices of bread.
  • After toasting, top with desired amount of peanut butter onto each piece of bread.
  • Drizzle in zig zag motions with desired amount of honey- more or less depending on how sweet you want your toast to be.
  • Next sprinkle both pieces of toast with the chia seeds.
  • Then cut a banana into 18 slices and place on top of your toast in 3 rows of 3 pieces each.
Keyword Fruit, Toast
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The Secret to Perfect Toast Every Time

4 Slice Toaster

The secret to perfect toast every single time is all in the appliance that you use. At times I find myself making a lot of toast at once for my family so I am a huge fan of 4-slice toasters. Switching from a 2-slice to a 4-slice toaster does make a good bit of difference when you are trying to save as much time in the kitchen as possible.

Great First Food for Kids to Learn to Make on their Own

Making toast is one of the first foods that I taught my boys how to make on their own. When my boys started asking what they could learn how to cook, toast was the first “recipe” they learned how to make.

The Ultimate Toast Topping Combination: Peanut Butter, Banana, & Chia Seeds drizzled with Honey (recipe)

Convection Toaster Oven – The Appliance I didn’t Know I Needed

Adding a convection toaster oven to my kitchen was one of the best decision I ever made. It has been well worth the investment when it comes to making large batches of toasty bread for dinner. I have used this toaster oven way more than I ever thought I would.

It’s All in the Settings

When it comes to figuring out the best toast setting, it is all about trial and error. Some people like their toast really dark, others just slightly toasted. You have to experiment with your toaster to figure out what setting you prefer.

What is your favorite toast toppings?

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  1. I make this for my girls but I’ve never added chia seeds! Love that idea!

  2. This is very nutritious toast. It appears that it makes a complete protein.

  3. I needed some new ideas! I love toasts for breakfast!

  4. ooooo I have been looking for inspiration for breakfast. I’ve been eating loads of oats with chia and fruit. This sounds like the perfect way to mix it up a bit. I just need bananas and then I’m good to go!! Thanks so much for that xxx

  5. Yum! That toast looks so healthy and appetizing. Thanks for sharing your delicious ideas

  6. Yum. I occasionally eat toast for breakfast. But it isn’t very filling. Adding the chia seeding and bananas would hit the spot and make it more filling. Plus, it eliminates eating straight carbs for breakfast.

  7. Melissa Cushing says:

    I would so love to try this toast and the toppings look yummy! I am fir sure making this for myself today and pining it next ;)

  8. That looks really tasty and I bet the chia seeds give it that extra crunch factor items with peanut butter usually feels like they’re lacking if there isn’t much variation in texture!

  9. Richelle Milar says:

    Oh my this looks absolutely delicious can’t wait to try this recipe! My teens would love this for sure!

  10. This does sound amazing. I will definitely give this a try. I’m sure I’ll love it too.

  11. Shelley King says:

    This looks amazing. We do hazelnut and banana on 40 calorie whole wheat. Delicious!

  12. I love bananas on toast with honey and eat it quite a lot. My friends think its weird. So I am glad to see I’m not the only one who likes this

  13. Amber Myers says:

    I will have to try toast this way. Normally I just put jelly on it but this looks even better!

  14. OMG looks delicious…I’m still on diet and this looks like a dream to me :D

  15. Yum! My favorite way is to do 45 calorie Sara Lee wheat bread with sliced banana and almond butter from Trader Joe’s. I’ve never added Chia seeds but it’s certainly worth a try since they’re so good for you!

  16. This is a great idea for breakfast or a snack. Sounds delicious. Can’t wait to try it out:) Great way to eat Chia seeds.

  17. You come up with such amazing food ideas that are so quick and easy! I absolutely love it! I would have never thought to make something like this. I am so glad I saw this. Thanks for such great suggestions! :)

  18. Yummm! Peanut butter and banana are my favorite combo (and even better when you add chocolate!) .

  19. Elizabeth says:

    Super easy and simple toast, that like you said it completely puts away that hunger feeling if you have it between meals. Thank you Heather!

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