tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with poached eggs

A light fulfilling breakfast recipe

on January 5 | in Breakfast, Brunch, Cooking, Food, Recipes, Uncategorized | by | with 9 Comments

tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with a poached egg, parmesan cheese, and basil recipe

Tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with a poached egg.

tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with poached eggs

The breakfast of champions. crunchy,tangy,salty, smooth, savory.

A meal that will run across each taste bud leaving you ultimately satisfied.

After Donna’s beautiful scenic walk through nature, come home and create this quick, healthy, and fulfilling meal for the total euphoric experience.

tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with poached eggs. Ingredients:: food photography by am of

What you’ll need:

fresh artisan bread


fresh ripe tomato

poached egg

Parmesan cheese


broken egg food phototgraphy by Amy of

Slice your fresh bread, place under the broiler to toast. After toasted immediately rub with peeled garlic clove. Now, stick with me and trust me when I tell you to slice a tomato in half and rub the tomato all over the tops of your garlic toast. You will not be disappointed. This process will give the delicious tomato flavor without the watery, soggy effect that you would get from a slice of tomato.

Top with a warm pouched egg. Sprinkle with a good quality, freshly grated Parmesan cheese, and a little sprinkle of ripped fresh basil.

tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with poached egg

As much as I love my full blown country breakfast, I crave a light meal. Light and healthy doesn’t always mean eating a sprig of lettuce. Indulge in a quality meal full of flavor and you won’t go hungry.

tomato rubbed garlic toast topped with poached eggs


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9 Responses to A light fulfilling breakfast recipe

  1. Amy, this looks positively delicious! I cannot wait to try the bread/garlic/tomato tip!

    Now I’d love to know the secret to the perfect poached egg! My son depends on it. :)

    Fabulous photos!

  2. amy says:

    I used to have the WORST time with poaching eggs until I was watching ‘Secrets of a restaurant chef’ on The Food Network. Add two cap fulls of vinegar to the water and place the egg in at the point just before boiling. The egg stays in tact and makes a beautiful poached egg!

  3. Heather says:

    You inspired me to make an egg on toast this morning but alas it didn’t even come close to being as gorgeous as the creation above! I am headed to the store for the ingredients and putting this in my breakfast rotation. Way better than cornflakes! ;)


  4. amy says:

    @heather – haha! It doesn’t matter how it looks- it’s all about the taste. Be sure to let me know how it turns out the next time you try it!

  5. Barbara says:

    Looks perfect. And i love the statement from Momma Hen’s Frugal Life – making the most with the least. How far that takes us in life – monetarily and spiritually.

  6. David says:

    Yum Amy! Thank you for sharing this inspiration! May we have the name of the china pattern? Many thanks!

  7. This looks amazing…Sunday morning perhaps?

  8. Amber says:

    This looks so good. I’ve never poached an egg but you have inspired me!

  9. Jena says:

    wow really good! looks so yummy! amazing!

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