Baked Beans on Toast With Options
This old British favourite couldn’t be easier! However, we include a few variations...
Options - not necessarily all at once!
Try a wholefood brand such as Biona or Whole Earth - they are sweetened naturally and tend to be lower in salt.
Use the best quality wholemeal bread you can get - try rye or other types of bread for a change.
Try nut or seed butters (eg peanut, cashew, almond, tahini) instead of margarine.
A little yeast extract (eg Marmite or Meridian) is also good.
Half a teaspoon of cumin powder stirred into the beans makes a nice change too.
Hot pepper sauce - a dash
Spinkle with nutritional yeast flakes - pictured. Engevita brand is sold in most health food shops. They have a nice, slightly cheezy taste and are full of goodness. (NOT the same as brewer's yeast!)
1. Heat the beans and make the toast. Use any options as you wish. Pour beans on top of toast and eat immediately. Sprinkle with yeast flakes if using.
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