The classic smashed avo has certainly made its way into Aussie\u2019s hearts. The humble kitchen staples \u2013 avocado, bread, sea salt, olive oil \u2013 have been transformed into everyone's favourite drool-worthy breakfast! Enjoying a smashed avo at an over-priced hipster caf\u00e9 after you\u2019ve just taken the perfect Instagram shot is something we certainly admit to loving, but we can all agree there is nothing like enjoying the delicious dish in the comfort of your own home. Even though we're pretty sure we'll never get sick of it, just eating standard smashed avo can get a little boring after a while. If you're thinking it might be time to shake things up, take a look at some of our favourite twists to the popular dish: Mexican-style Simply add tomato, red onion, coriander and lime for a Mexican-style extravaganza in your mouth! Italian-style Grab some roasted tomatoes, basil and prosciutto to put an Italian twist on your dish - your tastebuds will thank you! Greek-style Greeks certainly know what they are doing when it comes to food! Try adding some Greek feta and oregano and you will certainly be delighted by this simple Mediterranean twist. Scandinavian-style Who doesn't love some smoked salmon? Try adding a few slices of smoked salmon, topped with dill to really mix up your usual brekkie! Traditional We will always love a classic! The simple additions of a poached egg, sea salt and cracked pepper will forever be a favourite. Smashed avos are not only delicious; they have many health benefits as well. Avocados contain over 20 different vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin C, potassium and Vitamin E. They are also loaded with heart-healthy fatty acids and fibre, making them both tasty and nutritious! Have you ever thought about growing your own avocado plant? Avoid the crowded cafes and increasing costs and check out these tricks to growing your own! How to plant an Avocado seed? \tOnce you\u2019ve finished your avocado, wash and dry the pit. \tFill a jar with water, almost to the brim. \tLocate the broad end of the pit. This is the end that will point down into the water. \tPress three toothpicks around the pit. These will suspend the pit from the rim of the jar. Place the toothpicks so about one inch of the avocado pit is in the water. \tPlace the jar in a warm, sunny spot, but out of direct sunlight. A window sill is ideal. \tReplenish water as needed. \tYour pit should start to sprout roots and a stem in two to six weeks. \tIf you don\u2019t see any growth by eight weeks, start over with another pit. \tOnce the stem reaches six to seven inches tall, cut it back by half. \tWhen the roots have grown thick and the stem has leaves again, plant in soil in a pot about ten inches in diameter, leaving half the seed still exposed above the soil. Avocado plant care \tKeep your avocado plant in a warm, sunny location. \tWater frequently with an occasional deep soak. Keep plant moist but not overly saturated. As with most plants, make sure the soil drains well. \tPinch the stem back every time your plant grows another six inches or so, in order to encourage a bushier appearance. \tIf you live in a warm enough climate, plant your tree outside once it is big enough. In time (we\u2019re talking many years), it might actually bear fruit. Like what you see? Read here for more recipe ideas. Or if you prefer BBQ recipes click here. Australian Outdoor Living\u00a0is passionate about helping people love their life outdoors. We offer a range of products, including: \tOutdoor blinds \tArtificial grass \tRoller shutters \tConcrete\u00a0and\u00a0fibreglass\u00a0swimming pools \tCarports \tTimber decking \tPergolas, verandah and patios Have you been thinking about renovating your home? Fill out the free measure and quote form at the top of this article and a member of our dedicated sales team will be in touch.