How to make Sweet Potato Toast

Looking to switch up your same old breakfast? Are you eating eggs and toast on the daily? need something new and exciting? There are so many great, healthy, and satisfying ideas for the most important meal of the day. Many of us eat foods that ultimately lead to a crash by mid-morning, such as pastries, bagels, sweets -all lacking nutritional value.

Today I’m going to let you in on a great breakfast option that is healthy, easy to make, and packs in the fiber and pairs well with proteins to make it a complete meal for the morning.

Sweet potato toast is an excellent alternative to regular toast, even gluten free toast, especially for those who are trying to cut out ingredients like gluten, wheat and grains.

They are high in vitamin C and B6 which aid in detoxification and are a good source of biotin, B2, fiber, vitamin A, manganese, copper and can help stabilize levels of blood sugar. Cooked sweet potatoes also don’t need to be consumed immediately; they freeze well or can be stored in the fridge for 7 days.


sweet potato toast recipe

Sweet Potato Toast

Sweet potato toast is an excellent alternativeto regular toast, even gluten free toast, especially for those who are tryingto cut out ingredients like gluten, wheat and grains.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Course Breakfast
Servings 2


  • 1 sweet potato large


  • Wash/scrub the sweet potato thoroughly as you will be consuming the nutritious skinas well.
  • Cut off the ends of the sweet potato then cut itlengthwise in ¼ inch slices so it resembles long, toast like pieces.
  • Put the slices in your toaster until it’s agolden brown color (2-3 toasts)
    Or put in oven on a baking sheet and setit to broil and bake for 3-6 mins or until golden brown as well.
  • Let it cool slightly and you can then add a variety of toppings! 
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There are so many variations so it will never get boring! Here are some delicious topping ideas to make it a complete breakfast:

sweet pototo toast

  • Hard boiled egg + cream cheese
  • Avocado + smoked salmon + sauerkraut
  • hummus + radish + seeds
  • cashew cream cheese + cucumber + microgreens
  • tahini / nut butter + banana + bee pollen + honey

Another option is to make scrambled eggs and have it with sweet potato toast on the side (as you would toast).

Don’t be afraid of going outside of your comfort zone and try new things! Drop a comment below which variation you enjoy the most.

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