So what’s the scoop on sweet potato toast? If you’re like me, you’ve been seeing this idea all over social media and wondering if it is actually good, or just a weird phase. You guys, IT’S DELISH!!!!!! It’s kind of like the new avocado toast (but let’s be real, it’s hard to beat avo toast). But there are so many different ways to fix it, you can have it for breakfast or lunch, and it’s nutritious! The perfect combo right? In case you haven’t noticed from most of my recipe posts, I have a serious sweet tooth. My boyfriend and I were joking last night about this as I was eating my second helping of Tiramisu that I made for his Valentine’s Day dinner. I could eat sweets all day (which I practically do any way) and never get burnt out on them. I try to eat as healthy as possible, but I always tend to lean towards sweet things for some reason. This just tends to get worse as I get older, but I’m not complaining. Could you imagine being one of those people that hates chocolate? Nightmares. 

The first time I heard about sweet potato toast was from Abbey Sharp, the amazing foodie/blogger/recipe curator from Abbey’s Kitchen. So So Abbey sings this little song at the beginning of her YouTube Video 3 Sweet Potato Toast Recipes, that goes a little something like “Sweet potato, sweet potato toast, whoo!” and then just picture it in this super funny voice that I can’t even describe, but is seriously so funny and catchy. You’ll just have to watch the video because that description was dreadful haha. So anyway, ever since I watched that video, this song just randomly pops up in my head and then I have to sing it out loud. It makes me laugh every time and I knew that was a sign that I NEEDED to try sweet potato toast. 

A fun fact about me is that I am topping CRAZY. Whether it’s topping oatmeal, acai bowls, yogurt, toast…I just love putting a TON of toppings. I have 2 rules for toppings. #1 is that I have to have crunchy toppings. I’m one of those people that cannot eat yogurt, oatmeal, or anything with that consistency unless it has toppings. And #2, it has to look pretty. With my sweet potato toast, I chose a variety of toppings. My absolute favorite topping right now is Square Organics. I go through boxes of their bars. They are great by themselves, but I like adding them to things like this toast because helloooooo, CHOCOLATE….and they are super healthy as well! If you want to be a Square-Fanatic like me, or want to make this recipe on point, use my offer code “adancersplate” at checkout to get 20% off your order! 

There are so many different ways to mix up this idea of sweet potato toast. I’m just going to give you the basic recipe and then show you how I topped and spiced mine up, but you can tweak it to fit your preferences! The possibilities are endless. I promise you thought that if you try them how I made them though, you won’t be disappointed; you may actually become obsessed. 

Here are some of the ingredients I used to make this recipe super delish:

3 Sweet Ways to Eat Sweet Potato Toast
 
Sweet Potato Toast is the new AVO toast! Okay, so nothing will ever replace avocado toast, but this definitely a scrumptious option to add to your breakast/lunch repertoire. These 3 versions will satisfy your sweet tooth and make you fall in love with this easy and healthy treat.
Ingredients:
  • 1 large organic sweet potato (peeled)
  • coconut oil
  • sprinkle of salt and pepper)
  • organic raw honey
Toast #1-
  • natural peanut butter of choice
  • organic apple (sliced)
  • sunflower seeds
  • dried unsweetened craberries
Toast #2-
  • grass-fed/organic vanilla yogurt
  • organic jelly (I used Elderberry which is my new obsession!)
  • organic raw honey
  • granola (I used Trader Joe's Coconut Cranberry granola)
Toast #3-
  • ghee (Ancient Organics is my fave!)
  • crumbled Square Organics Bar (I used the Nuts and Sea Salt flavor)
  • organic sliced almonds
  • shredded coconut
Instructions:
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.Spray a baking sheet with coconut oil non-stick spray.
  2. Cut sweet potato lengthwise into thin slices, about ¼ inch thick.
  3. Lightly brush the sweet potatoes with some coconut oil on both sides and season with salt and pepper (very small amount) and put on your prepared baking sheet. Drizzle with some organic honey and then bake in the oven for 15 minutes.
  4. Remove from oven, flip the sweet potatoes, and then cook for another 15 minutes or until tender.*
  5. Remove from oven and then top with your desired toppings from about or come up with your own!
Notes
If you want a more crunchy toast texture, I recommend popping your pieces of "toast" into a toaster for a few minutes until crispy after you have baked them.

If you get a chance to try this delicious recipe, make sure to tag me @adancersplate or #embraceyourplate on Instagram so that I can see your yummy creations!