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Sweet Potato Breakfast Toasts

Sweet Potato Breakfast Toast

🌞 Rise and shine, breakfast enthusiasts! Today, I'm bringing a burst of flavor to your mornings with my delectable Sweet Potato Breakfast Toasts. This easy-to-make recipe is a celebration of wholesome ingredients and creative combinations that will elevate your breakfast game. Picture this: golden slices of sweet potato, kissed with coconut oil and a sprinkle of sea salt, transformed into a canvas for your favorite toppings. Whether you lean towards the sweet side with peanut butter and berries or savor the savory goodness of hummus and veggies, these toasts are a delightful way to start your day with a smile. Get ready to turn your kitchen into a breakfast haven!

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What you'll need...

PS. For exact measurements please refer the recipe card below.

Key ingredients: Sweet potato, coconut oil, sea salt, Sweet and/or savory toppings of choice such as peanut butter and banana, Greek yogurt, hummus with veggies, avocado, Nutella and berries, the choices are endless.

Sweet Potato Extravaganza: Let's dive into the star of our breakfast show – the sweet potato! Bursting with vibrant orange hues and a natural sweetness, these planks of goodness are not just a pretty sight but also a nutritional powerhouse. Packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals, sweet potatoes bring a hearty dose of energy to kickstart your day. Sliced into perfect ½-inch planks, they transform into a canvas for your culinary creativity. Drizzle on a teaspoon of coconut oil, and watch as they crisp up to golden perfection, creating a delightful crunch with every bite.

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Toppings Galore: Now, let's talk toppings – the customizable crown jewels of our Sweet Potato Breakfast Toasts. From the classic combo of peanut butter and banana, offering a balance of protein and natural sweetness, to the creamy swirls of Greek yogurt, adding a touch of indulgence, the possibilities are as diverse as your taste preferences. Embrace the savory side with hummus and veggies or revel in the sweetness of Nutella and berries. Each topping tells a unique breakfast tale, inviting you to explore and curate your morning masterpiece. So, whether you're a sweet tooth or a savory adventurer, these toasts promise a symphony of flavors that will make your taste buds dance with joy.

What you'll need to do...

PS. Please refer the recipe card below for in-process recipe images.

  • Preheat your oven to 400°F and prepare a rimmed baking sheet by lining it with parchment paper for a hassle-free cleanup.
  • Gently coat the sweet potato planks with coconut oil, ensuring an even layer, and season them to your liking with a pinch of salt.
  • Arrange the sweet potato slices on the prepared baking sheet and bake until they become fork-tender with a hint of golden brown around the edges, which typically takes about 16-20 minutes.
  • Once done, take the sweet potato toasts out of the oven and allow them to cool for a few minutes before adding your preferred sweet or savory toppings. Enjoy the flexibility of choosing toppings that suit your taste buds!

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Some substitution suggestions

Sweet Potato Substitutions:

  1. Butternut Squash: Swap sweet potatoes for butternut squash for a slightly different flavor profile and texture.
  2. Regular Potatoes: Opt for regular potatoes if you prefer a milder taste and lighter color.
  3. Carrots: Experiment with carrot planks for a unique twist, offering a natural sweetness.

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Cooking Methods:

  1. Air Fryer: Achieve a crisp texture using an air fryer. Coat the sweet potato planks with oil and air fry until golden.
  2. Grilling: Grill the sweet potato slices for a smoky flavor. Brush with oil and grill until tender and grill marks appear.
  3. Microwave: If you're short on time, partially cook the sweet potato slices in the microwave before toasting for a quicker process.

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Topping Variations:

  1. Cream Cheese and Smoked Salmon: Elevate your toasts with a schmear of cream cheese and delicate smoked salmon slices.
  2. Pesto and Cherry Tomatoes: Spread pesto on the toasts and top with halved cherry tomatoes for a burst of freshness.
  3. Cottage Cheese and Pineapple: Embrace a tropical twist with cottage cheese and juicy pineapple chunks as a sweet topping.

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Seasoning Options:

  1. Cinnamon and Honey: Sprinkle cinnamon on the sweet potato before toasting and drizzle with honey for a sweet and warm flavor.
  2. Smoked Paprika and Garlic Powder: Infuse a savory touch by seasoning with smoked paprika and garlic powder for a hint of smokiness.

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Feel free to mix and match these substitutions and variations to create a Sweet Potato Breakfast Toast tailored to your taste preferences!

Some useful tips

1. Slice Uniformly: To ensure even cooking, aim for consistent ½-inch slices when cutting your sweet potatoes. This ensures each plank cooks at the same rate, resulting in a perfectly crisp and tender texture.

2. Parchment Paper for Easy Cleanup: Line your baking sheet with parchment paper before placing the sweet potato slices. This not only prevents sticking but also makes cleanup a breeze, saving you time and effort.

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3. Adjust Oven Temperature: Keep an eye on your sweet potato toasts towards the end of the baking time. If you notice they are browning too quickly, lower the oven temperature slightly to prevent burning while ensuring thorough cooking.

4. Precook Sweet Potatoes for Faster Toasting: If you're short on time, consider partially cooking the sweet potato slices in the microwave before toasting. This can speed up the toasting process while ensuring the sweet potatoes are fork-tender.

5. Experiment with Toppings: The beauty of this recipe lies in its versatility. Explore a variety of toppings, both sweet and savory, to discover your favorite combinations. From classic options like cream cheese and smoked salmon to inventive choices like pesto and cherry tomatoes, the possibilities are endless.

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6. Get Creative with Seasonings: Don't hesitate to play around with seasonings. Add a sprinkle of cinnamon for sweetness or try smoked paprika and garlic powder for a savory kick. Seasoning the sweet potato slices before toasting enhances the overall flavor profile.

7. Customize Cooking Methods: While baking is the traditional method, don't be afraid to explore alternative cooking techniques. Air frying and grilling can yield delightful results, offering unique textures and flavors to your sweet potato toasts.

8. Allow Cooling Time: After baking, give your sweet potato toasts a few minutes to cool before applying toppings. This prevents the toppings from melting excessively and allows you to handle the toasts comfortably.

9. Serve Immediately: For the best experience, enjoy your sweet potato toasts promptly after topping. This ensures a delightful contrast between the warm, crispy toast and the cool, creamy toppings.

10. Share and Enjoy Creatively: Breakfast is a joy to be shared! Invite friends or family to create their own sweet potato masterpieces by setting up a topping bar with various spreads, fruits, and nuts. It's a fun and interactive way to enjoy this delicious and nutritious breakfast.

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Some serving suggestions

1. Brunch Buffet: Create a delightful brunch spread by serving Sweet Potato Breakfast Toasts alongside a variety of toppings like assorted nut butters, fruit jams, cream cheese, smoked salmon, and fresh fruit. Let everyone customize their toasts for a personalized brunch experience.

2. Yogurt Parfait: Pair your sweet potato toasts with a yogurt parfait station. Offer Greek yogurt, granola, honey, and a selection of berries. The combination of the toasts' warmth and the cool, creamy parfait is a match made in breakfast heaven.

3. Breakfast Board: Arrange a beautiful breakfast board featuring an array of sliced sweet potato toasts surrounded by cured meats, cheeses, olives, and a selection of dips. It's a visually stunning and satisfying option for a leisurely breakfast or brunch.

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4. Smoothie Bowl Sidekick: Serve your sweet potato toasts alongside vibrant smoothie bowls. The contrast of textures and flavors will make for a well-balanced and energizing breakfast experience.

5. Breakfast Sandwich Base: Use the sweet potato toasts as a hearty base for breakfast sandwiches. Layer on ingredients like scrambled eggs, avocado, and crispy bacon for a delicious and filling morning sandwich.

6. Coffee or Tea Pairing: Enjoy your sweet potato toasts with a cup of your favorite coffee or tea. The combination of warm, crunchy toasts and a comforting beverage makes for a cozy and satisfying breakfast.

7. Family Breakfast Platter: Serve the sweet potato toasts on a large platter in the center of the table. Surround it with an assortment of toppings, spreads, and fresh fruits, allowing everyone to share and create their own tasty breakfast masterpieces.

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8. Kids' Breakfast Adventure: Engage the little ones by setting up a "toast decorating station" with colorful and fun toppings like rainbow sprinkles, chocolate chips, and whipped cream. It's a playful and tasty way to involve kids in the breakfast-making process.

9. Sweet and Savory Sampler: Offer a mix of sweet and savory toasts on a platter for a diverse flavor experience. Include options like hummus and cucumber, cream cheese and berries, or avocado and cherry tomatoes.

10. Outdoor Picnic: Take your sweet potato toasts outdoors! Pack them alongside fresh fruits, cheeses, and a thermos of hot coffee or iced tea for a delightful breakfast picnic in the park or your backyard.

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Some storage suggestions

1. Refrigeration for Leftovers: If you have leftover sweet potato toasts, store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Ensure the toppings are placed separately to maintain the integrity of both the toasts and toppings.

2. Freeze for Future Convenience: To preserve the freshness of your sweet potato toasts for a longer duration, consider freezing them. Arrange the toasts in a single layer on a baking sheet, freeze until solid, and then transfer to a freezer-safe bag or container. Reheat in a toaster or oven when ready to enjoy.

3. Separate Toppings: When storing sweet potato toasts with toppings, keep the toppings separate from the toasts to prevent sogginess. Store the toasts in one container and the toppings in individual containers or compartments.

4. Pre-Prep Components: If you enjoy these toasts regularly, consider prepping components in advance. Slice the sweet potatoes and store them in water in the refrigerator. You can also pre-measure toppings in small containers for quick assembly in the morning.

5. Reheating Tips: When reheating, use an oven or toaster to maintain the crispiness of the toasts. If microwaving, be aware that the toasts may lose some of their original texture.

6. Label and Date: When storing in the refrigerator or freezer, label the containers with the contents and date. This helps you keep track of freshness and easily locate what you need.

7. Portion Control: If you're planning to store individual servings, consider portioning out the toasts and toppings into separate containers. This makes it easy to grab a single serving when you're ready to enjoy them.

8. Use airtight containers: Airtight containers help prevent the toasts from absorbing odors in the refrigerator and keep them fresh for a more extended period.

9. Keep Toppings Fresh: For toppings like sliced fruits or berries, store them separately and add them fresh each time you serve to maintain their texture and flavor.

10. Check Freshness Before Serving: Before serving any stored sweet potato toasts, check for freshness. Reheat or assemble with fresh toppings as needed to ensure a delicious and satisfying breakfast experience.

🎉 And there you have it – a breakfast experience that's as delightful to make as it is to savor. These Sweet Potato Breakfast Toasts are not just a treat for your taste buds but also a canvas for your creativity. Experiment with different toppings, share your creations, and let the breakfast joy spread! From the vibrant colors to the rich flavors, this recipe is a testament to the simple pleasures of the morning ritual. So, gather your ingredients, toast up some sweet potato goodness, and make each breakfast a celebration. Here's to delicious mornings and the joy of starting your day on a tasty note! 🥂

Cooking Method
Courses ,
Difficulty Beginner
Prep Time: 10 mins Cook Time: 20 mins Total Time: 30 mins
Cooking Temp 400  °F
Servings 2
Estimated Cost 15
Best Season Suitable throughout the year

Wake up to sunshine on a plate! My Sweet Potato Breakfast Toasts are a quick joy to make. Simply slice sweet potatoes, add a touch of coconut oil, and toast away. Season with sea salt, then let the toppings party begin! Choose from peanut butter and banana, creamy Greek yogurt, or the classic avocado twist. Sweet or savory, it's your breakfast canvas! 🎉🍞🥜

  • 1 large sweet potato, sliced into 1/2 inch planks
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • Sea salt to taste
  • Sweet and/or savory toppings of choice such as peanut butter and banana, Greek yogurt, hummus with veggies, avocado, Nutella and berries, the choices are endless.
  1. Preheat the oven to 400° F. Line a rimmed baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper for easy clean up.

  2. Lightly grease the sweet potato planks with coconut oil and season to taste with salt.

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  3. Sweet Potato Breakfast Toast

    Place the sweet potato slices in the oven and bake until fork-tender and slightly browned around the edges, approximately 16-20 minutes.

  4. Remove the sweet potato toasts from the oven and allow to cool for a couple of minutes before topping with your sweet or savory toppings of choice. 

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Danny Davis
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Hi, I'm Danny, a full-time food blogger, father of a handsome 6 year old and a delightful husband. I live in New Jersey with my family. Loves traveling, sharing new recipes, and spending time with my family.