It’s versatile, it’s delicious, it’s easy, and it’s healthy. I absolutely love sweet potato toasts. They are so perfect for those days when I don’t want to try in the kitchen. There is nothing better than sitting on the couch on the weekend, enjoying a cup of coffee with an array of sweet potato toasts.
So you guys know how much I’ve been loving TV lately. I mean fall TV is everythang! This Is Us is back y’all!! I haven’t seen it yet but the anticipation is ridiculous! Even though this family goes through such emotional and sad times, I want nothing more than to be a part of it. Can’t wait to watch once I get a chance. Also, have you guys seen The Good Doctor? Oh my goodness I cried throughout the whole damn thing! It is definitely a must see because it is such an important premise.
Disability hits very close to home for me. My aunt is Down syndrome and honestly I am so grateful I get to love her. She has always challenged me and allowed me to give others a chance without judging them. Whether we are dealing with people with a physical or mental disability, it is imperative that we give them a chance. It is always so amazing to me that we don’t give each other the benefit of the doubt.
I really hope this show brings more to the conversation about people with disabilities. They are just as intelligent, funny, emotional, faithful and full of life as we are. That is what is so great about TV right now. We have all this material to expand on and I hope we take this chance and talk about the hard issues that matter.
Now, let’s talk sweet potato toast. Thanks to my friend Kelsey at Little Bits Of Real Food (who is the original queen of the sweet potato toast), these have become a staple in my daily routine. But, if you are like me and you don’t own a toaster (because I hate how unnecessary and bulky it is- I know I’m not the only one), I am going to share how I enjoy sweet potato toast. I am going to share with you my current favorite toppings, but you can of course switch up the toppings to your liking.
Here are a few of my other favorite toppings and combinations:
Almond or cashew butter with raw honey
Bananas and coconut cream
Homemade jam or marmalade
SWEET POTATO TOASTPrint
- 2 medium to large sweet potatoes
- Eggs cooked sunny side up or scrambled
- Avocado slices (or a fancy rose) and hemp seeds
- Pesto sauce with chorizo sausage
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
- Clean and slice potatoes lengthwise in ~ 1/4 inch slices.
- Place on a baking sheet and into the oven for 15-20 minutes.
- To finish, top with sliced avocado, pesto sauce and cooked chorizo sausage, a fried egg or your favorite toppings.
- Serving Size: 4
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