30 Best Breakfast Spread for Tastier Toast

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Do you know the best breakfast spreads available in the market? Don’t worry. I will give you a list of 30 spreads that will make your toast tastier and err! And healthier.

Toasts are so versatile. You cannot exhaust the available toast toppings available. All that plays here is your creativity. You will need a breakfast spread to hold your topping in place. Let’s have a look at some of the best breakfast spreads you can use on your toast.

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Butter

Butteris widely uses around the globe. For many centuries, people have used it as toast spread, condiment, and various cooking procedures. We get butter from milk; therefore, we cannot use it in vegetarian recipes.

The larger percentage of butter in the market is from cow’s milk. There are other variants derived from other mammals such as yaks, goats, camels, sheep, and buffalo. Butter is available in unsalted and salted variations.

Honey

Use honey for a sweet, healthy toast. We derive honey from bees. It is healthy since it has no artificial sugar additives. Honey is more expensive than other sweet spreads in the market but has loads of nutritional value.

Various chefs use honey as a sweetener. Why can’t you use this natural sweetener to add taste to your toast?

Margarine

Margarine is a factory-made alternative for butter. It was invented in France to meet the needs of the armed forces and the lower classes who could not afford butter. It is widely used all over the world since it does not require refrigeration like butter.

Nutella

Nutella is a common toast spread. It was first manufactured in Italy before it spread all over the world. It is not a healthy alternative due to high sugar content, but people use it anyway. It is way much cheaper than natural honey.
Different countries have a diverse list of ingredients for Nutella. Sugar comprises the larger portion of the ingredients: Palm oil, cocoa powder, and milk powder are the other compulsory ingredients.

Aioli

Make your toast better with this garlic and olive oil spread. You can use eggs to make your aioli thicker. Some people make aioli with mayonnaise and garlic. However, purists believe that aioli should not contain eggs, which is a major ingredient in mayonnaise.

You can be creative with your aioli by adding lemon juice, seasonings, or mustard. Exempting eggs from the aioli distinguishes it from mayonnaise.

Nut Butter

Nut butter gives a vegetarian alternative for animal fat butter. You can make your butter from nuts such as peanuts, almonds, cashew nuts, and hazelnuts. If you are not sure of the ingredients and procedure, you can buy nut butters from the stores. You can make or purchase mixed nut butter to benefit from nutrients in different nuts.

Compound Butter

It may sound strange, but this is your usual butter with some additives. It is not available in the market, but you can make it at home following these simple steps.

Let your butter sit at room temperature in a mixing bowl.

Add garlic, zest, herbs, Vanilla, mustard, tomatoes, vinegar, spices, hot sauce, honey, vinegar, and jam. Whisk them together to mix uniformly. Refrigerate the mixture in an airtight container. You can use the mixture for two months.

Sour Cream

you have some leftover sour cream that you did not use on your baked potatoes last night; you are afraid it will go stale in a few days? Do not fret anymore. Spread it on your toast, sprinkle some seasoning and add fruit toppings. You have never tasted a toast that sweet.

Avocado

Mash your avocado to make a fine puree. Sprinkle some sea salt and seasoning of your choice and enjoy your avocado sandwich. You can also use the avocado spread as a base for your toast toppings.

Jams

Jam is a variation of fruit preserve. You can make a fruit jam by boiling crushed fruit in water and sugar. The common fruits used to make jams are strawberries, plums, and other small fruits. There are some large fruits you can use to make jams; they include apricots and peaches.

Some manufacturers add flavor to the jam by adding beer. Do not give such jams to children.

Yogurt

Do not just eat that yogurt. When you want a different taste on your toast, toss some seasoning in your regular or Greek yogurt and use it as a spread. You can make the seasoning sweet or savory. Enjoy your toast with some yogurt condiment.

You can find yogurt spread in the market, which comprises of yogurt and margarine. It does not taste exactly like plain yogurt because of the margarine component. However, most kids prefer it over plain margarine.

Hummus

Do not confuse this to the organic soil component ‘humus.’ Hummus is an Arabic spread made by combining tahini and mashed chickpeas, garlic, and lemon juice.

Hummus is rich in proteins, fiber, and nutrients. It, therefore, makes a better spread than margarine and butter. If your children dislike beans, feed it to them through this delicious hummus spread.

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Chocolates

Every time you go shopping, you pick a chocolate bar, mainly to satisfy your craving; but have you thought of substituting your Nutella and butter with a chocolate spread? Chocolate spread is a paste that does not solidify. You will find it in glass jars. Manufacturers produce different flavors by adding milk, nuts, sugars, and artificial flavors.

Cheese

Cheese is a dairy product. Most people do not prefer cheese spread because it has a hard texture.
There is a variety of soft textured cheese spread. There was a need to develop a cheese that spreads easily. You can find different types of cheese spreads with additional ingredients such as fruits, meats, and vegetables.

Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise is mainly served cold in sandwiches, french fries, and salads. Regular mayonnaise contains eggs, which make vegetarians distance themselves from mayo. However, an egg-free mayonnaise caters to vegetarians and people allergic to eggs.

Tomato Sauce

There are various uses of tomato sauce. Using it as a spread is just one of the uses. Tomato sauce is easy to make. You can take it hot or chilled.

Tartar sauce

Combine mayonnaise with chopped capers, pickles, lemon juice, and herbs to make some delicious tartar sauce. You can add other seasonings of your choice.

Lemon Curd

Lemon curd has a great taste. The sour taste of lemon alerts your appetite. Home-made lemon curd tastes better than pre-made store-bought lemon curd. Make yourself a lemon curd over the weekend when you have plenty of time.

Marmalade

Make some home-made marmalade from peels of citrus fruit. If you are unsure of the procedure, you can but pre-made marmalade from the store. It has a long shelf life.

Marmite

If you do not love salt, distance yourself from marmite. It is a salty paste made from byproducts of beer. If you like strong flavors, you can spice your morning with a marmite spread.

Pesto

Pesto originates from Italy. The vital ingredients to make pesto include sheep cheese, pine nuts, garlic, coarse salt, parmesan cheese, and olive oil.

Pesto means ‘to pound.’ The origin way of preparing pesto was to crush or pound it with a pestle and mortar. Pesto will give your toast a savory taste, triggering your taste buds.

Tapenade

Make a puree out of chopped olives, anchovies, and capers. Besides using it as a toast spread, you can use it in sandwiches and pies.

Chutney

Indians are known for their spicy and savory dishes. The world borrowed chutney recipe from India. Use your leftover chutney sauce as a toast spread and add your favorite nut toppings.

Bruschetta

If you have no idea what to spread on your toast, this simple tomato product will save the day. Cook the tomatoes in olive oil; add pepper, garlic, and salt. Simple and sweet. The recipe is from an Italian cookbook. It is an appetizer; therefore, you will have a super appetite throughout the day.

Whipped Cream

There are days you prefer to take a light breakfast. Spread some whipped cream on your toast and top with berries. There you have your light, sweet breakfast.

Manjar Blanco

Manjar Blanco is a milk-based pastry filling. It is a popular delicacy in South America. Itis mainly used in sweet pastries, but nothing should stop you from using it as a toast spread.

Shrimp Paste

A shrimp paste will add seafood protein to your breakfast. It originates from southern Asia.

Citadel Spread

If you love plumpy-nuts, you will like citadel spread. Citadel spread contains peanut butter, sugar, milk powder, and oil.

Mashed Bananas

Your toast will taste good with some sweet ripe banana spread. Mash your bananas into a smooth puree, and enjoy your sweet and refreshing toast.

Refried Beans

Give your leftover beans some life. Refry them in cheese, sour cream, and seasoning. Mash the beans before adding it to the other ingredients. You will have a healthy, protein-rich spread for your toast.

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Bottom Line Best Breakfast Spreads

The best breakfast spreads are tasty and readily available. You will enjoy a healthy toast in sweet and savory variations.

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Heidi is a mother of three with a love of creating her own recipes. She particularly enjoys throwing themed dinner parties and is well-known among her friends for her attention to detail. When she isn't cooking up new dishes for her family and friends, she likes to dine out at newly-opened restaurants (especially tapas!) and review them in her blog posts.
Heidi Hill
Heidi is a mother of three with a love of creating her own recipes. She particularly enjoys throwing themed dinner parties and is well-known among her friends for her attention to detail. When she isn't cooking up new dishes for her family and friends, she likes to dine out at newly-opened restaurants (especially tapas!) and review them in her blog posts.