1. Raisin Jam
I know what you're thinking: how is this food innovation? Well this idea stems from the idea of raisin toast. Excluding those who have a fear of raisins for some unknown reason, everyone loves raisin toast, although there are a few flaws:
1. More expensive than regular white bread
2. Less healthy than regular white bread with jam
3. More limited time of expiry in comparison to jam
This is where the idea of raisin jam is first introduced. Instead of purchasing something more expensive, less healthy with a limited time of expiry than just regular bread with jam, why not turn raisin toast into regular bread with jam, although achieving the same taste and crunch. The jam would include the same ingredients such as raisins and cinnamon and would fit perfectly onto any piece of plain bread, white or otherwise. As jam is a preservative, you wouldn't have to buy as much of it, therefore eating the same toast but for a cheaper price. Raisin jam is definitely a food of the future.
3. Australian Sushi
Let me explain: The white toast imitates the rice, the Vegemite gives the meal a salty quality reflected like the soy sauce and seaweed, and avocado is a common component of sushi. Therefore, the Australian breakfast tastes like a crunchy and hotter variation of the Japanese meal, and may encourage people to try sushi having liked the taste of Vegemite, and vice versa if someone likes the taste of sushi but doesn't yet enjoy the taste of Vegemite.