Gluten Free Toast 3 Ways

Gluten Free Toast 3 Ways gives you new options for out of the box eaters. Whether you are gluten free, dairy free, vegan, or paleo, there is a new toast option ready for you to try. We’ve shared hearty gluten free whole grain bread, squishy bread kids like, and a sugar free vegan bread, we think you will love!

Toast is a standard for breakfast, however, we’ve found that toast simply is satisfying for any meal! It’s a quick nutritious snack, or cut in squares can serve as an appetizer. Serve your toast open faced with a yummy  salad for a great light lunch or dinner. Toast can be as simple as 2 ingredients such as avocado and flake salt. In fact, because of all the good for you reasons to eat avocados, this toast has made it onto many well known restaurant menus. Add some thinly sliced radish, micro greens or a fried egg to your beloved avo toast and you’ve upped your nutritional benefit.

The deal about toast is that its a comfort food, period. The Standard American Toast is butter and jam, however at our house peanut butter and jelly was what we loved most as our toppers~ especially with our homemade strawberry jam or lemon verbena nectarine jam. But then came the new better for you butters: almond, cashew, sunflower seed, even coconut butter~ the better for you butters that add great health benefits. Nut butters are heart healthy and are a great source for brain health. However, there are other ways to make great tasting toast without using nut butters…Because there are a lot of  people with nut allergies.

Today, Meg and I challenged ourselves to come up with a few new, somewhat wild out-of-the-box-ideas, that we thought kids of any age might enjoy. We went with a standard banana toast, but paired it with sun-butter, fresh grapes, and cinnamon. Then we went for the full beneficial fats from cashew and coconut butters and topped it with fresh figs for a wow factor in every bite!  And last with a savory Mediterranean toast with a twist*, we added our favorite vegan chive cream cheese, seaweed*, cucumbers, tomatoes and kalamata olives. Each one was so different in flavor, yet all so delicious in their own way! We cant wait for you to try these yummy creations!


We hope we got your creative juices flowing. We’d love to hear which combos you enjoyed and your own personal new combinations you’ve created. Please share with us in the comments below.

Keep scrolling to find the full recipe for all 3 toast ideas and watch our latest recipe video here.




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Gluten Free Toast 3 Ways

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  • Total Time: 5 minutes




Udi’s Gluten Free Multi Grain Bread



Organic grapes, halved  (or other whole fruits: strawberries, apple slices, raspberries, persimmons…)


Method for Sunbutter, Banana & Grape Toast

  1. Toast your bread
  2. Spread a nice layer of Sunbutter onto the toast.
  3. Top with sliced bananas
  4. Add halved grapes
  5. Sprinkle with cinnamon
  6. Eat up!



Hemp Hemp Hooray GF DF Sugar Free Vegan Bread

Cashew Butter

Coconut Manna/butter

Fresh figs, sliced


  1. Toast your bread
  2. Spread a nice layer of coconut mana.
  3. Spread on top of coconut mana the cashew butter.
  4. Add sliced figs.
  5. Eat up!


Ingredients:  Mediterranean Toast

Canyon Bake House 7 Grain gluten free bread

Kite Hill Chive Almond Cream Cheese

1 Heirloom tomato, sliced

1 small cucumber, Persian or Hothouse, sliced

Pitted kalamata olives

Seaweed snack sheets

Wild Garlic Flake Salt

Method for Making Mediterranean Toast

  1. Toast your bread
  2. Spread a nice layer of Kite Hill Almond Chive Cream Cheese.
  3. Add sliced heirloom tomatoes
  4. Add halved kalamata olives
  5. Shred seaweed on top.
  6. Sprinkle with wild garlic flaked sea salt
  7. Eat up!
  • Author: Curry Girls Kitchen
  • Prep Time: 5 min

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