Looking for a quick way to make your toast more exciting? Try our 5 quick and easy toast toppers here.
These easy figs on toast with labneh are super simple and quick to make. This recipe is creamy yet low in calories, and veggie friendly. Ready in just 15 minutes these make for a mouth-watering breakfast, brunch or snack.
Add a bit of spice to your eggs with dukkah, a Middle Eastern condiment. Our vegetarian recipe makes an exotic brunch idea or an easy midweek meal ready in under 30 minutes.
Try our quick and easy recipe for tomatoes and lardo on toast with a super light basil oil. Crunchy toasted soughdough topped with soft and velvety lardo, and good-quality juicy ripe tomatoes, this recipe is a great snack, lunch or even part of an antipasti.
Packed with plenty of flavour, our super simple Tex-Mex style cheese on toast makes for a great quick and easy lunch.
Worcestershire sauce was allegedly created when a recipe made by chemists Lea and Perrins in the early 1800s went wrong and was left for a few years in a cellar. When they tried it again, they found it had become a delicious sauce, which is now the secret ingredient in recipes like Bloody Mary and Welsh rarebit.
Not a fan of the classic beans on toast? Try our greener healthier version, broad beans on toast. This recipe is quick and easy to rustle up, ideal for when you’re short of time.
Invented by Swede Tore Wretman in 1958, skagen is now firmly established as a traditional dish. It’s super quick to make, why not try it as a simple starter. It’s really easy and makes a nice, sophisticated change to a prawn cocktail.
Looking for the best French toast recipe? Try this quick and easy buttery Italian-style French toast. Our alternative French toast uses pandoro (similar to panettone) for a more indulgent breakfast recipe.
What could be better than warm and freshly toasted bread with a dollop of melting chocolate on top? We’ve added a sprinkle of sea salt and sesame seeds to boost this sweet combination.
This French-style open sandwich makes the best light lunch or quick snack. Make a healthier version of grilled cheese using quark, the low-fat soft cheese. Serve on sourdough toast with cucumber salad over the top.
Large flat mushrooms are topped with spinach and goat’s cheese. Select deep mushrooms if you can so you can cram in more delicious filling, serve on top of toasted ciabatta.
Fig and gorgonzola tartines make an indulgent afternoon snack or stylish starter using a handful of fresh ingredients. These sourdough toasts are super easy to make and ready in 15 minutes, just assemble the toasts and pop under the grill for a couple of minutes.
Dishoom shares its recipe for an incredibly popular dish, chilli cheese on toast. Perfect for brunch or lunch! This recipe was created by Dishoom’s executive chef, Naved Nasir.
Cauliflower florets give these rarebit toasts great texture and the mascarpone adds a delicious creamy note. Add mustard for a punch and put the toasts under the grill until browned and bubbling for a quick and easy treat.
This delicious healthy breakfast, lunch or snack couldn’t be easier to put together. Ripe tomatoes, avocado and salad leaves on toast are a great vegetarian combination.
We love the combination of stilton, port and pears and this recipe takes it to the next level. This posh version of cheese on toast makes a great quick vegetarian lunch or simple starter.
Whether you call it French toast or eggy bread, everyone is bound to love this easy family pud. The toffee walnuts are so easy to make too that this is sure to become a family favourite.
Superfood blueberries make a delicious warm compote to cut through the ice cream or clotted cream in this recipe. The golden fried bread is such a warming comfort food and makes this dish a really indulgent dessert or breakfast idea.
This recipe for smoky cannelloni beans on garlic toast is packed with flavour, vegetarian, ready in just 20 minutes AND under 500 calories. What more could you want for a midweek meal?
Avocado and smoked salmon toasts – a recipe that’s bound to get you out of bed in the morning. Creamy avocado and delicious smoked salmon feel like an indulgence, but this dish comes in at under 300 calories meaning you can have a little bit of luxury any day of the week.
This recipe for ham hock rillettes with pistachio salt comes from Salt and Honey in London and makes a great dinner party starter
This 10-minute sardines and pepper on toast recipe is a really quick and easy idea for a midweek meal
This recipe for potted shrimp on toast with pickled cucumber makes a really quick and easy meal for one midweek
This recipe for ricotta toast with kale and cherry tomatoes makes a great 10-minute meal for 1. It’s veggie and low cal, so ticks a lot of the midweek boxes