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Kiwi Berries and Burrata Avocado Toast

When first introduced to Kiwi Berries from Melissa’s produce, I didn’t know what to make with them. I first experimented by making a smoothie so that I could fully experience their flavor. Next, I made a delicious tart for dessert, and the next morning make avocado toast with burrata and kiwi berries. It ended up being the best avocado toast I have ever made.

Avocado toast is a healthy way to pack a lot of nutrition into your kid’s breakfast, and kids love it. There are so many creative ways to serve avocado toast to your kids, and this is guaranteed to become one of their all-time favorites quickly.

What are Kiwi Berries?

Kiwi Berries from Melissa's Produce

According to Melissa’s Produce, Kiwi Berries are a cousin of the Kiwi Fruit. They are luscious berries with smooth skin, delicate seeds and are similar in size to the grape. They are high in nutritional value and make excellent snacks.

The Kiwi Berries beautiful green skin lacks the undesirable fuzz found on the larger, well-known variety. They are just as delicious and refreshing as well.

Eat Kiwi Berries whole right out of the hand or create delightful snacks and hors d’oervres for any occasion.

Kiwi Berries have a very short season and are in limited supply. At Melissa’s, They are hand selected for excellent quality.

Kiwi Berries and Burrata Avocado Toast

Avocado Toast with Kiwi Berries

Ingredients:

Sourdough toast
1 Avocado
1 Tbl. burrata cheese
1/4 cup fresh Kiwi Berries
Salt and Pepper
1/4 cup baby kale
1 Egg

Directions:

1. Cook the egg on a frying pan.

2. Slice the kiwi berries in half

3. Smash the avocado.

4. Toast the bread.

5. Top the bread with smashed avocado, burrata, kiwi berries, baby kale, egg, salt and pepper.

6. Serve to your kids with their favorite smoothie.

Kiwi Berries Avocado Toast

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