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[RECIPE] - Avocado Toast Healthy Breakfast Recipe

[RECIPE] - Avocado Toast Healthy Breakfast Recipe

VitaCup is here to power you through your day. Our breakfast blend is smooth roast that will pair perfectly with your favorite breakfast! We have some breakfast recipes we wanted to share so you can try your VitaCup with something new. Order the breakfast blend here:

Breakfast Avocado Toast Recipe


  • 4 slices thick whole grain bread (we like Trader Joe’s multigrain bread)
  • 1 large ripe avocado
  • salt to taste (or Trader Joe’s 21 Season Salute if you’re trying to watch your sodium)
  • 1 lemon/lime
  • olive oil for drizzling (get a good Extra Virgin Olive Oil for a great flavor)


  1. Toast the bread.
  2. Mash the avocado in a small bowl.
  3. Add the juice from half of the lime along with a sprinkle of salt, mix, and taste. Add more lime juice or salt as needed.
  4. Spread the avocado mixture evenly onto each piece of toast.
  5. Drizzle a light layer of olive oil
  6. Top with greens or veggies as available - some favorites include micro-greens, sprouts, cucumbers, bell peppers, baby spinach or sliced cherry tomatoes.

Now the customization part! We’ve wanted to give you options and these are our favorite toppings!

For protein lovers - Protein Avocado Toast:
  • Adding a fried egg or a poached egg will give you a creamy and filling slice of avocado toast.

For heat lovers - Spicy Avocado Toast:

  • We like to put a sprinkle of Tajin or crushed red pepper flakes on our avocado for a nice kick.

For meat lovers - Bacon Avocado Toast:

  • Add some crumbled bacon for a crunchy texture.

For bagel lovers - Everything Avocado Toast:

  • Spread cream cheese on your toast before putting the avocado. Then finish with the everything bagel seasoning blend (ps there’s one at Trader Joe’s we really like).  This gives you the same flavor as your favorite bagel with fewer carbs!

Our Breakfast Blend has been a top seller ever since it was released at the beginning of June and is a nice compliment to any meal.  


Comment below what breakfast you like to have with your VitaCup!

13 Famous Coffee Lovers Throughout History

13 Famous Coffee Lovers Throughout History

13 Famous Coffee Lovers Throughout History

Last week the world was wowed by National Coffee month, a month dedicated to the world’s favorite beverage: Coffee! We told you all about Johann Sebastian Bach’s Opera about a woman who was addicted to Coffee and then ended the month with 31 awesome Coffee Facts! This week we thought we would share with you some people who loved coffee as much as we do!

Classic Coffee Love!

  • Frank Baum
  • The writer of the beloved Wizard of Oz series, reportedly had four or five cups of coffee with cream and sugar each morning before he put ink to paper. The enigmatic writer relied on his morning joe to get his creativity flowing downing his coffee with his on the dot breakfast at 8 a.m., and strong enough to , “float a spoon on it without sinking.”

  • Benjamin Franklin
    While he lived in London, Franklin loved hold political meetings, play chess or even just edge in good conversation at his local coffee shop. Franklin loved coffee so much he even sold his own coffee beans.

  • Teddy Roosevelt
    Teddy Roosevelt, the 26th U.S. president, would often drink up to a gallon of coffee a day! He would typically add five to seven lumps of sugar to the drink, though he eventually switched to saccharine.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte
    According to reports, the French military and political leader asked for a spoonful of coffee while on his deathbed. He is also responsible for a quote that has appeared on many a coffee cup: “I would rather suffer with coffee than be senseless.”

  • New Coffee Love!

  • Jackie Chan
    Talk about some love for coffee, in 2006 Chan announced his plans to open coffee shops in China and Hong Kong followed by shops in the Philippines and Middle East. In his press release he said this about coffee: “Coffee, like music and movies, knows no barriers. Coffee is also a language in itself.”

  • Jerry Seinfeld
    The Comedian has a hilarious web series all about comedians drinking coffee in cars. Seinfeld summed up coffee perfectly, “We want to do a lot of stuff; we’re not in great shape. We didn’t get a good night’s sleep. We’re a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup.”
  • What more could you ask for?

  • David Letterman 
  • The Late Night TV host once quipped in an article to Esquire that he drinks too much coffee stating, “But if it weren't for the coffee, I'd have no identifiable personality whatsoever.” 

  • Robert Di Nero
  • While drinking coffee on screen or in private, Robert de Niro sips to the tune of 5,667 pounds. This expensive coffee drinking session was actually an auctioned coffee date won by a fan.

  • Jason Mraz
    Jason is a Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter whose career began in the coffee houses of San Diego in 1999. These days, Mraz Family Farms is a focused passion of his. With a mission statement “Avocados. Coffee. World Peace.” you can be sure their coffee is percolating positivity.

  • Britney Spears 
  • Britney Spears is constantly photographed with the caffeinated beverage in her hand while running just about any errand you can think of. She loves coffee so much that she’s released a coffee based fragrance on the smell of iced coffee called, Private Show.

    They Own A Coffee Brand?

  • Hugh Jackman
  • Mainly known for his role as X-Men’s beloved Wolverine, Jackman is also one of the founding members of Laughing Man Coffee & Tea, which gives 100 percent of the worldwide revenue to education, community development, and new business development. Jackman said, “To me, the smell of fresh-made coffee is one of the greatest inventions.” 

  • George Jones and Possum Coffee
  • Named after Jones’ nickname Ol’ Possum, this coffee is roasted right in the home of country music and sold by Jones’ family.

  • Joey Kramer and Rockin' & Roastin' Coffee
  • Not only is he the famous drummer of Aerosmith, Kramer is also a coffee aficionado. After years of trying to find the perfect brew and failing, Kramer decided to make his own.

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    Bet You Didn’t Know: 31 Coffee Facts for Coffee Month!

    Bet You Didn’t Know: 31 Coffee Facts for Coffee Month!

    Bet You Didn’t Know: 31 Coffee Facts for National Coffee Month!

    August is coffee month which means here at VitaCup we’re especially excited about our favorite drink having an entire month. Check out some interesting coffee facts to celebrate with us the long and storied history of our the most popular caffeinated beverage.  We have a fact for every day of National Coffee Month! PLUS - we have a recipe for a carmel macchiato at the end - don't miss it! 

    Fun Coffee Facts for National Coffee Month

    1. Coffee loses caffeine as it is roasted, so a dark, “bold” cup of coffee actually has less caffeine than a lighter roast. That’s why VitaCup has partnered with a 4th generation roastmaster to develop all of our blends. Read more about Jeff here,
    2. Legend has it that a 9th-century Ethiopian goat herder discovered coffee by accident when he noticed how crazy the beans were making his goats.
    3. Johann Sebastian Bach wrote an opera about a woman who was addicted to coffee.
    4. Coffee is the second most traded commodity on earth.
    5. Coffee drinkers have a lower risk of Alzheimer's disease.
    6. Coffee helps men as it decreases their risk of developing prostate cancer.  Studies show that men who have six or more cups of coffee daily, reduce their risk by 20% for developing prostate cancer.
    7. Coffee is most effective when consumed between 9:30 am and 11:30 am.
    8. The first webcam was created in Cambridge to check the status of a coffeepot.
    9. 50% of the caffeine you've consumed may be cleared from your body within 5 hours, but it will take over a day to fully eliminate it from your system.
    10. Two cups of coffee a day were found to reduce the risk of alcohol-related cirrhosis by 43%.
    11. In the 17th century Ottoman Empire, drinking coffee was punishable by death.
    12. Coffee has been declared to be illegal several times in history.
    13. Europeans originally called coffee “Arabian wine”.
    14. The first company to import coffee on large scale was the Dutch East India Company.
    15. When the first coffeehouse opened in England in 1652, women were prohibited from entering, other than to serve men.
    16. The Turks call their coffee houses “schools for the wise.”
    17. 25 million small producers rely on coffee for a living worldwide.
    18. In Turkey, the bridegroom as once required to make a vow during the wedding to always make sure to provide their wives with coffee. If they did not do so it was considered grounds for divorce.
    19. Contrary to popular belief, espresso has one-third the caffeine of a cup of coffee, simply due to serving size differences.
    20. The smell of coffee is the second most recognizable odor in The United States, first comes the smell of burning wood.
    21. Coffee was originally considered a food and not a drink.
    22. Beer tried to take coffee’s spot at the breakfast table.
    23. Decaffeinated coffee comes from a chemical process where the caffeine is taken out of the beans.  The caffeine is then often sold to Coca-Cola.
    24. Coffee doesn’t taste like it smells because saliva wipes out half of the flavor.
    25. Coffee grounds are environmentally friendly slug repellant.
    26. The two oldest recorded cats drank coffee every day.
    27. Brazil had such a coffee surplus that they tried to find other uses for it, including using it to make plastic.
    28. Coffee was so scarce in Germany during WWII that ‘coffee bombs’ were dropped from planes to turn the people against the government.
    29. Energy drinks still don’t have as much caffeine as coffee.
    30. The coffee industry employs 25 million people around the world.
    31. An estimated 4 out of 5 people living in the United States start their day with a coffee.

    Now that you have your fun coffee facts to last all coffee month long, get your fun coffee to last you all coffee month long!  And, if you get a 32ct VitaCup subscription you can have a VitaCup coffee to start your day with our vitamin infused coffee every day of the month, too!  Our subscriptions are already 10% off with FREE SHIPPING but use code VITA15 for 15% more for a total of 25% off your first subscription! 


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