Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

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Tis Meatless Monday the day before Valentine’s Day and I bring to you Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast! Valentine’s Day isn’t a huge deal in our house except for the girls Valentine’s and an excuse to make cute heart shaped and or pink and red foods. Oh and consume some chocolate! We usually just eat dinner in at home. This year since it falls on a gymnastics night I think I might just have my husband whip up some homemade pasta. Before we can get to dinner though there has to be breakfast and instead of baking up some muffins or treats I thought since Valentine’s Day falls on Tuesday we would also celebrate Toast Tuesday with some fun toast! Since we’re love making homemade sourdough, yes we I can make it now I passed Mr. Whisk’s training, I thought it was perfect. Yes a little obsessed as you may know if you follow me on social media because my gluten sensitive tummy is handling it so well. Which means since Christmas I’ve had more bread than I’ve had over the whole last couple years!

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

It wouldn’t be Valentine’s without chocolate so I decided to make Cacao Ricotta (dairy free) to spread on the toasted fresh sourdough and add fun toppings from there. This is great for breakfast and customizing how you want it, I’ve added a few favorites, or even dessert! Or shh dinner because give me a few slices of this and a glass of wine and I’d be a happy girl.

You can use any bread you want, as I said I used our homemade sourdough. The options are endless and I can’t really tell you if I have a favorite. Fresh berries, chocolate chips, cacao nibs, coconut chips (coffee coconut chips, bacon coconut chips), nut butter, bananas, muesli or granola, chocolate drizzle, balsamic vinegars, nuts, seeds, dried fruit, or anything else you can think of. I may have gone a little crazy but hey it was fun! Sometimes I just can’t make a decision, or maybe wanting them all is really a decision.

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

Never did it ever cross my mind that I would post a toast “recipe” but hey this Cacao Ricotta is good for things other than just toast. I actually used it in individual brownie mountain stacks for my father in laws birthday and it was a hit. Layers of brownie and Cacao Ricotta topped with coconut whipped cream and drizzled with chocolate!

What are you making for Valentine’s?

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

Flavor Combos (left to right):
– Strawberries or raspberries and chocolate or dark chocolate balsamic vinegar
– Double chocolate, drizzle and sweet cacao nibs and or chocolate chips
– Coffee bean coconut chips, chocolate chips or cacao nibs, and espresso balsamic drizzle
– Banana slices, coconut bacon, drizzled peanut butter
– Maca Maple Cashews and goji berries
– Cocoa & Coconut Muesli
– Strawberry or raspberry jam and drizzled peanut butter

 

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

 

Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast
Makes 12 slices
1 8oz tub ricotta cheese (Kite Hill Ricotta Cheese)
2 TBSP cacao powder (Navitas Naturals)
1 TBSP maple syrup, or liquid sweetener of choice
1 tsp vanilla
12 slices of bread (used homemade sourdough)
toppings as desired

Used: Oh Olive Dark Chocolate Balsamic Vinegar and Espresso Balsamic Vinegar. Navitas Naturals Cacao Nibs, Maca Maple Cashews, and Goji Berries. Peanut Butter & Co Smooth Operator Peanut Butter. Seven Sundays Cocoa & Coconut Muesli. Enjoy Life Mini Chocolate Chips. Organic Matters Coconut Bacon. Bare Snacks Coffee Bean Coconut Chips.

 

Mix together Ricotta Cheese, cacao powder, maple syrup, and vanilla together. Adjust sweetener if needed. Spread on toast and top with desired toppings. Store leftover Cacao Ricotta in the refrigerator and use within 3 days. Enjoy!
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58 Responses to Vegan Cacao Ricotta Toast

  1. All of those toppings look unbelievable. I could eat toast for every meal!
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      It’s it crazy how versatile toast is! I’m on such a kick I could probably eat it for every meal lately too!

  2. I didn’t realize there was a vegan version of ricotta out there! I like regular ricotta toast in some of the sweet combos you listed, so I bet I’d love this vegan version too. πŸ™‚
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Yes! Of course you can sub regular ricotta too I made a batch with it for the dinner as well and everyone loved it.

  3. Holy yum! I’ve seen a lot of ricotta toasts lately, but a sweet cocoa one is new to me! Sounds amazing!
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  4. Debbie says:

    This is so creative! We’re not big on V day either, but any excuse to eat chocolate….
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  5. I love ricotta toast! The idea of making it chocolatey sounds awesome! Yum!
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  6. Annmarie says:

    Ommggggg stop. This looks SO GOOD!
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  7. GiGi Eats says:

    HOLY CRAP! I need to send this to my FOOD PERVERT friend – NOW! She would drooooollll over these!
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  8. Wow I never would have thought of the syrup and ricotta together like that. Now I starving! Have a great meatless Monday
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      The maple syrup is for sweetness but you can use honey if you’d like. It just helps with the texture vs a non liquid sweetener.

  9. abbey sharp says:

    I bet this would make my monday morning!! YUM!
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  10. vicki says:

    Oh… yum! I need to try this.
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  11. This sounds like a deliciously sweet way to start the day πŸ™‚ Would make an awesome dessert as well!!
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  12. Elizabeth says:

    These look incredible! Now I want to make these for Valentines Day! I do have plans to make bagels though- so hopefully that pans out!

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  14. Laura says:

    LOL I recently heard a comedian talk about all the “recipes” for avocado toast. It was hilarious! But this is a unique product and I would never have thought to make toast with it! I will be making a heart shaped pizza for the family! πŸ˜‰
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Oh I’ll have to search for that, sounds funny! Hope your family and you enjoyed the pizza and had a great Valentine’s!

  15. Courtney says:

    Yay, things on toast are always a favorite– even better when they are sweet and delicious! πŸ™‚
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  16. Maria says:

    Toasts are such a hit these days! I thought I had seen them all, but this recipe is definitely something new! Looks delish.

    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Yes I’m late to the game but now that I have a toast (our homemade sourdough) I love and my tummy does well with I’m embracing the trend!

  17. I want to try every one of these, like..right now. I always forget how good ricotta and cocoa is! YUM.
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  18. Chrissy says:

    This looks like the way to go to add some fun to ordinary toast. And what better way to start the day then with chocolate.
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  19. im so happy to hear that you are able to handle gluten slowly..this sounds like a perfect appetizer for a party too!
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  20. Mikki says:

    Girl… this post is deliciously awesome. All the flavor combos! You’re making me hungry right now!

  21. Emily Kyle says:

    What a unique recipe! I love learning about new and delicious plant-based options, especially delicious toast options!
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  22. These are gorgeous! Can’t believe they are vegan. Such great toppings too and the drizzle…. YUM!
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Thank you! Yes after thought I should have left that off as those who can eat dairy can use regular ricotta as I also made a version for extended family for a dessert and they loved it.

  23. Jenn says:

    I love this! They could even work for dessert I think. Very creative!

  24. Lately I have been craving toast like crazy, this is such a perfect way to enjoy it and my other favorite love chocolate!!
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    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      The crave is real, I know! Never thought I would crave toast. Except for when I was at my grandparents and my grandpa would always have toast with butter and jam at the end of every meal. As a kid I thought mac n cheese followed by jelly toast was amazing!

  25. What a fun way to do toast! Love the addition of chocolate for a sweet twist!

  26. Kerri Olkjer says:

    Any excuse to add chocolate to breakfast! Love the flavor options.
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  27. Taylor Kiser says:

    These vegan cacao ricotta toasts look so delicious! I love all the variation possibilities for toppings! These are a definite must-make!
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  28. Over the top Sarah! I have to admit, I love chocolate straight up or in dense and fudgy formats, but I’ve never been a fan of chocolate with anything bready. BUT, I think your cacao spiked spread might be up my alley. It looks more flavorful and not as straight up chocolate on bread.
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  29. Holy crapbag that looks good!!! I break out “crapbag” when I’m really excited about something haha πŸ˜‰
    I haven’t tried the ricotta yet, but I’m definitely going to try this out – it sounds so good! I love the pictures too, with all of the varieties of toppings!
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