2 slices bread of choice
2 tbsp greek yogurt
1 tbsp sugar or honey
toppings of choice
Use the back of a spoon to make a depression in both slices of bread.
In a small bowl, mix together the yogurt, egg, and sugar until smooth.
Add the custard to the middle of the bread. Top with fruit of choice.
Bake in a toaster oven at 400°F until the custard is set and the toast is crisp, about 10-12 minutes. Or, air fry at 400°F for 10 minutes.
Let cool slightly, finish with powdered sugar or honey and enjoy!
Bread – a fluffy bread is best. I love fluffy white milk bread or shokupan that you can find at Asian bakeries or grocery stores. Brioche works exceptionally well and challah is lovely. I wouldn’t go for sourdough just because they have a lot of holes and work better as savory toasts.
Yogurt – I like to use plain Greek yogurt but you can use your favorite yogurt to add a underlying hint of flavor. You don’t need a huge amount of yogurt, just 2 tablespoons or so.
Egg – The egg is what makes it custard-y, use a good quality egg!
Sweetener – you can use sugar, brown sugar, honey, or whatever sweetener you like. I tend to sweeten to taste, with about 2 tsp sugar, but go for more or less depending on your sweet tooth.
Toppings – This is where your creativity can shine! The most common topping on yogurt toast is fruit. You can do berries, sliced apples, bananas, oranges, peaches, plums, any fruit, really. You can also do chocolate, crushed up cookies, or a bit of granola!