Tropical Toast

Tropical toast? No way, right? This is definitely a recipe you can’t judge until you try. I doubted this recipe and I most certainly was wrong.

I used papaya and mango, which are spring/summer fruits, each with a unique texture and flavor. Papaya has a creamy, butter-like texture with a semi-sweet fruit taste. Mango has a soft and pulpy texture, and when ripe, delightfully sweet and tangy!

The mixture of these two fruits with creamy peanut butter on top of toasted bread is just right!

Give it a try!


  • 2 pieces of whole wheat bread
  • Sliced mango
  • Sliced papaya
  • Cream peanut butter
  • Coconut flakes
  • Option to sprinkle chia, poppy, and sesame seeds on top


  • Toast the two pieces of bread
  • Slice the mango:
    • Peel the mango first
      • use a paper towel to hold the mango
    • Using a small, sharp knife, cut the mango in half (avoiding the pit)
    • Cut the two halves into smaller pieces
    • With the remaining mango surrounding the pit, hold the mango vertically and cut from top to bottom
  • Slice the Papaya:
    • Cut the papaya in half (lengthways)
    • Scoop the seeds out with a spoon
    • Using a small, sharp knife, cut the remainder of the papaya out, removing it from the skin
  • Add the peanut butter, sliced fruit, and then top with coconut flakes and seeds!
  • Enjoy!

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