Avocado Coconut Toast. New Music From Marsicans.

Me, and much of the internet, continue to be obsessed with Avocado Toast. My favorite “recipe”, if you can call it that, is this one here.

But everyone is going on and on about coconut oil. (Here are 101 uses for it.) The only time I used some was when I made Homemade Magic Shell/Crackly Ice Cream Topping. Then I saw this recipe for Avocado Coconut Toast which called for a slathering of coconut oil.

I love the elegance of the sliced avocado and the subtle flavors of the coconut and lemon. Breakfast of champions!

Avocado Coconut Toast


4 slices whole-grain bread
2 teaspoons coconut oil
1 avocado, thinly sliced
Red-pepper flakes
A squeeze of lemon


1. Toast bread slices.

2. Spread each slice of toast with coconut oil.

3. Top with avocado then season with salt and red-pepper flakes. Finish with a squeeze of lemon.

Serves 4

Recipe from Martha Stewart Living
Leeds-based Marsicans have a new song out that sounds like it is all sunshine, but not so much..

“Gone In A Second” was written by lead vocalist James Newbigging after 2 of his grandparents died within 2 weeks of each other. The song is an important reminder to be thankful for the good things we have right now while we have them.

“It’s such a shame that it takes something sad
to make us come together”

Check out Marsicans on the band’s Website, where you can learn of upcoming gigs in the UK and buy their music.


About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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4 Responses to Avocado Coconut Toast. New Music From Marsicans.

  1. JoAnne says:

    How could I have become older than dirt without ever hearing of avocado toast? Your favorite recipe is wonderful! Tomorrow a.m. I am going to try it again–this time with a poached egg on top.


  2. Sherry DeWeerdt says:

    I had to share the Betty White meme on Facebook. Hadn’t seen that before! Thanks!

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