Our 5 Favorite Ways to Enjoy Toast

Our coconut spread has never met a piece of bread it didn’t like.  
There’s honestly thousands of ways to enjoy toast but we’re listing five of our favorite ways to enjoy the humble pastry with our coconut spread. 

Ricotta and Coconut spread swirl with avocados. Topped with chili flakes

Getting Extra Creamy

Avocado Toast with ricotta and coconut spread. 

Ricotta and sweet coconut spread can sound suspicious, but trust us, it’s a mind-blower. Mix our coconut spread with your favorite ricotta to blend an otherworldly, creamy symphony of flavors. Lay with some avocado and top with chili flakes, or even lemon zest, and you’re good to go. I like to do this when I have friends staying over to give that extra wow when hosting. 


Butter Toast with Coconut spread and sesame seeds.
Quick and Easy

Coconut spread with butter and toasted sesame seed sprinkles

When you have 15 minutes before you need to be out the door but want to really sit and enjoy those precious morning moments, pair the classic butter on toast with our coconut spread. If you’re feeling up to it, add some sesame seeds (toasted is even better!) to give that complex aroma. Sweet enough, creamy enough, easy enough. 


Raspberries with coconut spread topped with shredded coconut. Coco Jam Filipino Coconut Jam

Tart and Creamy 

Raspberries with coconut spread and butter. 

Call us crazy, but tart flavors really do pair well with our coconut spread. The vibrant flavor of raspberries (or any other berry) matches up with the creamy, sweet indulgence of the coconut. This is our favorite afternoon snack when we need a little zing before the afternoon zoom calls. 


Ricotta and coconut spread with Mangoes.

When in Season

Mango with Coconut spread and ricotta

Speaking of fruit (and ricotta), pair our coconut spread with other tropical fruits like yellow mangoes (preferably Haitian or Alphonso) to bring the tropical flare to an otherwise gray piece of toast. I like to mix it up sometimes and use jackfruit or mangosteen with our coconut spread. It really does make a world of a difference and opens up the door for trying new, seasonal produce. The best season for yellow mangoes is from May to July. They run until September, but you start noticing a more sour / tart difference in the mangoes. 


Sourdough with Coconut Spread. Filipino Coconut spread Filipino Coco Jam. Classic

Minimalist Approach

Sourdough toast with Pika Pika’s coconut spread

Sometimes it’s best to keep things simple. A good loaf and a great spread makes a world of a difference when it comes to breakfast routines. If you really want to go authentic, Pandesal, a type of Filipino bread roll, is the perfect companion to this staple. Most Filipino breakfast tables have this coconut spread and fresh pandesal to get their day started. 

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