Artichoke Avocado Toast

Artichoke Avocado Toast

Simple, springy avocado toast topped with radishes and dill. Vegan, Gluten free option.

spring / appetizers / vegan

Artichoke Avocado Toast

Last spring, my mom visited for over a month to help with the book and one of her tasks was Designated Artichoke Cleaner. I love artichokes, but trimming them is kind of a hassle. Unfortunately, my mom does not live an artichoke cleaning’s distance away.

Last weekend when I brought these artichokes home, I thought about re-assigning this task to Jack (he is the risotto stirrer and the pomegranate seed picker, among other useful things). But I decided to go for it myself, like a big girl, and it really wasn’t so bad. If you’re psyching yourself out of artichokes this spring – don’t! They take a little time, but they’re too good to miss out on.

Artichoke Avocado Toast

Artichoke Avocado Toast

Because of the artichoke prep, I didn’t want to make a time consuming recipe to go along with them. So I made these simple (yet fancy) avocado toasts topped with scallions, radishes, dill, and pieces of artichoke heart. Say what you will about avocado toast, it’ll always have a piece of my heart.

Artichoke Avocado Toast

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Roasted Artichoke Avocado Toast

  PrintAuthor: Jeanine DonofrioServes: serves 2-4Ingredients

  • 1 lemon
  • 4-6 fresh baby artichokes
  • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for drizzling
  • 4 slices whole-grain bread (*see note)
  • ½ small garlic clove
  • 1 small avocado
  • 1 scallion, diced
  • 2 red radishes and/or 1 small watermelon radish, thinly sliced
  • 2 tablespoons chopped dill
  • 1 tablespoon hemp seeds, optional
  • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper


  1. Fill a medium bowl with water and add the juice of ¼ of the lemon. Slice the rest of the lemon into wedges. Reserve one wedge for later, and add the remaining lemon wedges to the water. Transfer the artichokes to the lemon water as you work. Cut off the top quarter of the artichokes, about 1 inch. Remove and discard the first 3 to 4 layers of dark green outer leaves. Trim the stems to ½ inch, then use a paring knife to peel away the woody part of the stems. Slice the artichokes in half lengthwise. Use a small spoon to remove the fuzzy choke from each half. Leave the artichokes in the lemon water until you’re ready to use them.
  2. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Brush a medium baking pan with ½ tablespoon of olive oil. Drain the artichokes and lemons, then add them to the pan with the remaining ½ tablespoon of olive oil and generous pinches of salt and pepper. Gently toss with your hands to coat evenly. Cover with foil and bake 20 to 30 minutes, or until the leaves are tender and the cut sides are nicely browned.
  3. Meanwhile, place the bread on a baking sheet and drizzle with olive oil. Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, or until toasted. Remove from the oven and rub each piece with the cut side of the garlic clove.
  4. Slice the avocado in half lengthwise and remove the pit. While the avocado is still in its shell, slice the flesh of both halves horizontally and vertically into cubes. Use the remaining lemon wedge to squeeze juice on each half and top with a pinch of salt. Scoop the seasoned avocado onto the toasts and mash it with the back of a fork. Top the toasts with the scallions, 1 or 2 artichoke halves, sliced radishes, dill and hemp seeds, if desired. Season to taste with salt and serve with the roasted lemons.
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NotesI used this Sprouted for Life vegan & gluten free bread from Food for Life.3.4.3177

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  1. Lindsay Sessions

    Two of my favorite things – artichokes and avocado! Can’t go wrong. This looks great, thanks for sharing!

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  2. La petite poire from

    Just beautiful and what a great combination of flavours! I will defiantly be trying these out. Thank you 🍐

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  3. Erika

    Ah-mazing recipe. My two favorites on one piece of toast. Swoon.
    Noticed a typo in recipe. It’s was used instead of its. Xo

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  4. Jessie Snyder | Faring Well from

    I am totally that person who is intimidated by artichokes, eee! I want to give them a try so badly, and you are encouraging me here a bit ;). All hail the glorious avocado toast and its magic powers! Seriously love these Jeanine, so gorgeous and tasty sounding <3 xoxo

    Ps. You’re mom coming to help with the book = so dang sweet.

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  5. Corina Nika from

    Love how fresh and colourful this looks!

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  6. Katie @ Whole Nourishment from

    Thanks for offering an easy recipe to go along with the artichoke prep. Smart girl! I’m one of those who gets psyched out of using artichokes sometimes so thanks for the inspiration AND for a unique and very enticing recipe!

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  7. Roxana from

    Awesome combination of flavors! I agree with you about the trimming too. Such a pain but well worth it!

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  8. Maya | Spice + Sprout from

    Mmm! What a bright and springy avo toast, SO my thing! 😀

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  9. Sarah | Well and Full from

    Artichokes can be such a pain to clean but they’re so delicious! And even better when served on top of a yummy avo toast 😉

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  10. Natasha @ Salt and Lavender from

    This looks so lovely and delicious!!

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  11. Kari from

    Avocado AND artichoke! Yum! What a great, green combo!

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  12. Taste of France from

    There are so many kinds of artichokes at the market here in Carcassonne, and I have always hesitated because of the trimming chore. That, or you trim just a little and use them as a butter-delivery system, but as I am trying to keep my butter intake in line, I’ve nixed that. Your toasts look awfully good, and avocado really seals the deal.

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