This post is all about making ricotta toast on Eatsane bread in three different (and delicious) ways!
Ricotta toast has hit social media and it hit hard. Everyone was making ricotta toast.
I wasn’t sure why it was such a big hit until I actually tried it myself.
Let me tell you what. Eating some creamy ricotta on a piece of deliciously toasted Eatsane bread is where it’s at.
It may even be better than avocado toast… just maybe.
Why Eatsane bread?
I chose to use Eatsane because it is baked with 80% fewer carbs and I wanted a bread that still tasted good but without the loaded carbs and with no artificial sweeteners.
Not only that, but it’s also vegan, includes plant-based protein, and contains no preservatives.
Oh, and did I mention, it tastes good?! Even with only butter… but we can get creative!
Which Types of Eatsane Bread Did I Use?
I used all three types to make three different ricotta toast recipes.
- Original Nut and Seeds Loaf (2.4g carbs per slice)
- Rustic Nuts and Seeds Loaf (2.1g carbs per slice)
- Sourdough (2.3g carbs per slice)
What Ingredients Do I Need?
With three different types of bread, I did three different recipes.
I wanted to have a savory option, a sweet option, and a seasonal option since Fall is right around the corner.
Eatsane Ricotta Toast #1
1 Slice of Original Nut and Seeds Loaf
Cherry Tomatoes (sliced in half)
Eatsane Ricotta Toast #2
1 Slice of Rustic Nuts and Seeds Loaf
Eatsane Ricotta Toast #3
1 Slice of Sourdough
Toasted Pine Nuts
Drizzle of Honey
Sprinkle of Cinnamon
*Try something new and whip your ricotta instead of spreading it on the toast right out of the container. It makes it even creamier!
If you asked me which one was my favorite, I really couldn’t choose but I am definitely in love with Eatsane bread topped with some delicious ricotta cheese and flavorful toppings.
Where Can I Purchase Eatsane Bread?
You can purchase their bread on their website, here.
Also, you can get it off of Amazon, here.
Now, which one would you try first?
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