Not that we’re trying to jinx it, but it seems like the avocado toast craze is finally coming to an end. While it undoubtedly endured quite a few years in the limelight, the fatigue on the concept has set in, and in all honesty, we’re not entirely devastated to see it go. 

Don’t get us wrong, we’ll always have a soft spot for the brunch classic, especially when served with a poached egg on top, but we’re also excited to see what comes next. Luckily, we won’t have to wait long, because the next big foodie trend has already presented itself—and it’s good.

The new dish in question is one you’ve probably come across on Pinterest or your Instagram feeds and it entails a summer classic, currently in-season. If you have yet to guess, we’re talking about tomato toast and how it’s seriously sweeping the nation. Whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, or a dinner side, the versatile concept is one that can play to just about any meal. Read on to see the mouthwatering versions we’ll be whipping up this weekend.  

Bon Appetit dubbed this one The tomato toast recipe of summer 2018 and judging from the looks alone, we can definitely see why. The base features an ingenious combo of mayo and garlic, which comes topped with fresh tomato slices and a spicy pepper garnish for an added kick.

Apart from its aesthetically-pleasing look, this ultra-simple recipe from A Cup of Jo proves that the ultimate, summer-friendly snack can be comprised of only a handful of ingredients and a sprinkling of salt and pepper, to taste. 
I Am a Food Blog‘s rendition of the classic is a little more elevated, and with good reason. In lieu of utilizing fresh tomatoes, this one features roasted cherry tomatoes, a sweet balsamic drizzle, and a goat cheese spread that seals the deal. 
This Catalan-inspired version from The New York Times is a mouthwatering play off of the Spanish classic pan con tomate—a garlic-tomato toast that’s nearly ubiquitous and one that will surely please the palate. 
Leave it to Half Baked Harvest to serve us up with an elevated rendition of a classic tomato toast. Buttered brie cheese, sourdough bread, a honey drizzle, and a toasted walnut garnish, for added crunch, are just a few of the ingredients that earmark this one a must-try. 
We’re loving this take from Food & Wine, which draws on the nostalgic flavors of fall, all the while utilizing summer’s best tomatoes. Country bread lays out the groundwork for this one, which features a smooth ricotta base that comes topped with roasted tomato-sage and even a hint of garlic.
Feeling up for something a little heartier? Whip up this version from Martha Stewart Living featuring charred tomatoes, garlic bread, and a fried egg on top. 
Tomatoes and pesto were made for one another and this simplified version from The View From Great Island is all the proof we need. Featuring a toasted garlic bread base, the recipe calls for either goat cheese, pesto, or ricotta to serve as the spread, all of which can pair perfectly with the heirloom tomatoes. 
Butternut squash and tomatoes? Yep, it works, and this loaded tartine makes quite the case for it. The lightly roasted veggies sit on a bed of ricotta cheese and come topped with toasted pepitas and an indulgent balsamic drizzle.

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