How to Make the Tastiest Toast Creation in Five Minutes

Like The Reuben is named after Mr. Reuben (probably), I hope that someday this open-faced sandwich/toasty thing will someday be known in households around the world as The Heather.

Or The Blergh, but that doesn't sound like something you would want to eat. But I don't want to call it "The Heather" yet, because it seems pretentious if I'm the only one doing it.

This toast is a lovely balance of hearty peanut butter and mild pear, accentuated by toasty crunch and the earthy sway of cinnamon. It's nutritious, it's vegan provided you use plant-based bread, and you can make it in five minutes for a school morning breakfast. Don't believe me? I'll show you.

How to Make the Tastiest Toast

Two pieces of grainy/dark wheat bread
A lot of peanut butter (between 2 and 4 tbsp? I don't measure)
1 ripe pear
Ground cinnamon

Minute one. Pop the bread in the toaster. Wash and begin slicing the pear.
Minute two. Flip the bread over and toast it again to get it crisp (not charred like mine this morning, though). Finish slicing the pear.
Minute three. Slather one side of each toast with peanut butter.
Minute four. Arrange the pear slices on top of the toasts and dust with cinnamon.
Minute five. If you're me, you'll use this fifth minute for rabidly photographing your toast.

Let me know if you make this. I'd love to see your pictures or read your comments below, on Instagram or Facebook, or in an email.

World peace and love,

Heather <3

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