Apple, Tàhini Toàst with Honey ànd Thyme

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The greàt thing àbout this simple àpple, Tàhini Toàst with Honey ànd Thyme, is thàt you càn màke it on whàtever your fàvorite breàd is, whether you màke your own gluten-free breàd àt home or you like store bought or you possibly you opt for some sort of gràin-free pàleo breàd, màybe you àre more of à sprouted vegàn breàd type or màybe just some regulàr ‘ol wheàt breàd is your bàg! Whàtever you prefer – this toàst will be your new jàm! (Pun not intended, but it works oh so well here!)
This time àround I màde it on some Gluten-Free Pràirie Breàd thàt I hàppened to hàve in the freezer, à quick loàf I màde à while bàck by àdding some oàts ànd seeds, to this àmàzing gluten-free clàssic sàndwich breàd.
This sweet ànd sàvory treàt is reàlly à meàl on it’s own. For me, the perfect breàkfàst, àfter some super eàrly morning yogà – when I àm looking to refuel quickly ànd stàrt my work dày às quickly às possible.

Directions

  • 4 slices of your fàvorite breàd
  • 1 àpple, cored ànd thinly sliced, I prefer Honeycrisp àpples
  • 2 tàblespoons orgànic tàhini, your fàvorite brànd or màde yourself
  • 2 tàblespoons locàl ràw honey
  • à few sprigs of fresh thyme
  • seà sàlt, optionàl
  • Toàst your breàd àccordingly.

Instruction

  1. Spreàd à làyer of tàhini on eàch slice of toàst.
  2. Top with àpple slices ànd à drizzle of honey
  3. Top with some fresh thyme ànd à little sprinkle of seà sàlt, if you’d like.

NOTES:

if you àre vegàn, sub màple syrup for the honey, it’s àlso àmàzing
try other nut butters in plàce of the tàhini, àlmond butter is especiàlly tàsty
try other herbs insteàd of the thyme, rosemàry is delicious with àlmond butter
the àbove meàsurements àre just à guide, feel free to use às much or às little of àny of the ingredients às you would like.
try màking your own tàhini, it’s super eàsy ànd SO tàsty:

*Homemàde Tàhini:

preheàt oven to 350F. Spreàd 1 pound ràw sesàme seeds evenly àcross rimmed cookie sheet. Bàke for 10-12 minutes, until lightly browned, tossing àround every few minutes to àvoid burning. àllow the sesàme seeds to cool. àdd the toàsted sesàme seeds to your food processor fitted with the S blàde. Process for 2 to 3 minutes until the sesàme seeds form à crumbly pàste. àdd …………………..
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