Very quick and Healthy Vegetable Breads for your breakfast. With pinch of red pepper, black pepper and salt. All the vegetable flavors in one bite.
Ok … I have to confess something.
I ♥ these vegetable breads. I absolutely adore them.
They are Sooo delicious.
And it’s not like when you have a salad and you eat some bread with it. It’s something else. I can not describe it.
You take a bite from all the flavors of tomatoes, cucumber, peppers and onion at once. Plus black pepper – red pepper – salty seasoning flavor.
You can’t miss any of the seasonings otherwise it will not be the Thing. That Thing that makes those vegetable breads so unusual and special.
I make those vegetable breads very often. Almost once a weak for breakfast. They are kind of healthy (if you don’t count the bread part), and refreshing like a salad.
But be careful, they are a little tricky to eat them. You have to hold it with your hand ona top a little bit. Otherwise you have many pieces of vegetables fell down.
But it’s worth the taste 🙂
Healthy Breakfast Vegetable BreadsPrint Recipe
- 2 slices wheat bread
- 1 Tomato
- Green Pepper
- few slices of Butter
- 1 Onion
- pinch of Red pepper, black pepper and Salt
Prepare your two slices of wheat bread (or you can just use regular bread) and top them with a butter.
All vegetables, cut into round slices and cover the top of the breads with them. Start with cucumber, then tomato, green pepper and the onion at last. The onion slices you can separate them so that you have a thin circle of onions.
Now sprinkle the breads with red pepper and black pepper. And of course a little salt. And that’s it. You have your healthy breads for breakfast.
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