A lighter alternative to the classic avocado on toast, this minty pea puree on toast recipe is a springtime comfort food that is high on protein but low on calories. Especially when paired with a soup, this snack is great as a beneficial bite to eat to tide you over until the next meal.
In order to make the minty pea puree itself, you will need olive oil, one large shallot, one clove of garlic, three cups of fresh peas, lemon juice and zest, mint leaves and salt and pepper. To keep this a light and health-conscious snack, think about making it with multi-grain toast or a low carbohydrate substitute.
The portions laid out in the recipe with make enough spread for two servings of minty pea puree on toast.