Sometimes there is nothing better than fresh fruit for breakfast, and what better way to enjoy it than on this beautiful ricotta toast! We love this toast because it uses buttery thick-sliced brioche bread that pairs so well with the fresh fruit. Plus it is sprinkled with granola for texture and drizzled with honey for sweetness.
❤️ Reasons to Love This Recipe
- It's quick. You can make this recipe in 10 minutes or less!
- It's easy. This recipe doesn't require a bunch of fancy steps. You simply whip the ricotta, toast the bread, cut up some fruit, and drizzle with honey.
- It's simple. It takes just a handful of readily-available ingredients.
- It's healthy. This recipe takes advantage of fresh fruit and protein-packed ricotta for a satisfying breakfast or brunch!
- Ricotta cheese. Whipped.
- Brioche bread. You can substitute pretty much any bread you like. Brioche has a buttery flavor that goes nicely with this recipe.
- Strawberries. Sliced and quartered.
- Mango. Diced.
- Granola. You can use store bought or make your own for a preservative-free option! Give this cherry vanilla or blueberry granola a try!
- Honey. Pure maple or agave syrup would be good options as well!
See recipe card for quantities.
- Medium bowl. Used to whip the ricotta.
- Wire whisk. Used to whip the ricotta.
- Toaster. Used to toast the brioche bread slices. If you don't have a toaster, you can use a toaster oven or regular oven instead.
- Savory ricotta toast - Use whole grain or sourdough bread and top with prosciutto and roasted tomatoes (visit our post for eggs Blackstone to learn how to roast tomatoes). Drizzle with pesto.
- Apple ricotta toast - Substitute the fruit with thinly sliced apple (use gala or Fuji apples if your taste leans toward the sweet. If you prefer tart, use Granny Smith). Drizzle with caramel sauce (visit our post for caramel apple French toast to learn how to make your own easy caramel sauce).
- Ricotta fig toast - Substitute fresh fruit with sliced fresh figs. Sprinkle with blue cheese crumbles and drizzle with honey. Divine!
You can cut up the fruit a day ahead and store it in an airtight container in your refrigerator. The ricotta toast itself should be eaten the day it is assembled. Otherwise, it will become soggy in the refrigerator and will not keep well.
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Recipe adapted from rainbow toast in the First Watch Cookbook.
- 3 tablespoons ricotta cheese Whipped.
- 1 slice brioche bread
- ¼ cup strawberries Sliced and quartered.
- ¼ cup mango Diced.
- ¼ cup blueberries
- 2 tablespoons granola
- Place ricotta in a medium bowl and whisk until ricotta is light and fluffy.3 tablespoons ricotta cheese
- Toast brioche.1 slice brioche bread
- Spread whipped ricotta evenly over toasted bread.
- Carefully lay strawberries in a horizontal line across the top of the toast.¼ cup strawberries
- Repeat with the mango, below the strawberries.¼ cup mango
- Add blueberries below the mango.¼ cup blueberries
- Sprinkle granola over the top and drizzle with honey. Slice toast into thirds to make it easier to eat.2 tablespoons granola, honey
Nutritional information provided is for one serving and is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.