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Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways

Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways! A great paleo & Whole30 alternative to wheat toast! Top with Almond Butter & Bananas, Avocado or Tuna!

YEP I SAID IT – Sweet Potato Toast!  Can you tell I love sweet potatoes? Between my Breakfast Sweet Potat-“Oats” and my Caramelized Onion & Kale Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes, It seems I find a way to work them into this blog once a week!

A couple of weeks ago I woke up craving avocado toast and thought we had bread but WE DIDN’T!  So sad.  So I sliced up some taters, made my first sweet potato toast and posted it on my Instagram.  I knew that it was an awesome idea and although it doesn’t really require a recipe, I had to share it with you!  I decided to try it with a few topping options and loved all 3 so much.

Avocado was an obvious choice as it goes well on anything – especially sweet taters.  So then I thought, what else do I love on toast?  Well there were really only 2 other things.  Almond Butter and Tuna!  Not together.  That would be a little scary.  Unless I made the almond butter into some kind of thai dressing and tossed it with tuna…. mmmmm see how my brain works? YUM.

I digress.  Almond butter goes with banana and cinnamon and the tuna gets a kick from relish and red onion.  So here is how its done:

How to make Sweet Potato Toast:

Step 1:  Slice sweet potato into toast like pieces (about 1/4 inch thick) and add to toaster.

Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways! A great paleo & Whole30 alternative to wheat toast! Top with Almond Butter & Bananas, Avocado or Tuna!

Step 2:  Toast TWICE!  It took mine 2 rounds on high (could take 3-4 though!) in the toaster to cook through and result in this slightly browned “toast”. I use an Oster toaster! Cheap and works like a charm.  Here is the one I have:

Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways! A great paleo & Whole30 alternative to wheat toast! Top with Almond Butter & Bananas, Avocado or Tuna!

Step 3: TOP!

Topping options for Sweet Potato Toast:

Avocado Toast:  Sliced avocado, salt, pepper & lemon zest.

Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways! A great paleo & Whole30 alternative to wheat toast! Top with Almond Butter & Bananas, Avocado or Tuna!

Nut Butter: Almond Butter, banana slices and cinnamon!

Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways! A great paleo & Whole30 alternative to wheat toast! Top with Almond Butter & Bananas, Avocado or Tuna!

Tuna! I added mayo, relish & red onion to mine but feel free to make it how you like it.

Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways! A great paleo & Whole30 alternative to wheat toast! Top with Almond Butter & Bananas, Avocado or Tuna!

YUM!

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Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways

Ingredients

  • sweet potatoes
  • almond butter
  • banana slices
  • cinnamon
  • avocado
  • salt & pepper
  • lemon zest
  • tuna
  • mayonnaise
  • red onion
  • relish

Directions

To Make Sweet Potato Toast:

Slice sweet potatoes lengthwise into 1/4 inch slices. Add to the toaster like you would bread and toast on high. It took me 2 rounds to get it cooked how I like with a little bit a browning on both sides.

For Avocado:

Remove skin from avocado and slice. Add to toast and sprinkle with salt, pepper and some lemon zest.

For Almond Butter:

Spread some almond butter on toast and add sliced banana and a bit of cinnamon.

For Tuna:

I added 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon relish and 1 tablespoon of diced red onion to a small can of tuna. Scoop tuna onto toast!

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254 replies
  1. Adina says:

    Hi. I just found this recipe on pinterest. It sounds unbelievable to toast sweet potatoes in the toaster, so I am definitely trying it this evening. Can’t wait!

    Reply
  2. Marysue says:

    Oh, wow!! That is DEFINITELY something I want to do! But, does the potato “weep” or produce any kind of liquid when cooking?

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Nope! It cooks perfectly and gets slightly browned on the outside. Try it out and let me know how you like it!

      Reply
  3. Joan L says:

    There is no way the sweet potato would/could be cooked in that short of time. I think I would have to wait till I had bread, even if it were gluten free bread. And I like sweet potatoes, but I like them cooked!

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Yes it cooks! Just toast it twice through on high! It might be different for different toasters but keep an eye on it and cook it until slightly browned on each side!

      Reply
  4. Maddie says:

    I LOVE THIS! I am a fellow sweet potato and avocado toast addict, so I cannot imagine how good they must taste combined into one. I am most definitely going to be having these for breakfast, lunch, and dinner tomorrow 🙂

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Thanks Maddie!! They are just the best!! You’d be surprised at how good the almond butter one is too… Addicting!! 🙂

      Reply
  5. alicia says:

    Oh my gosh. I’m am trying this tomorrow. I am on a new diet for migraines and have given up bread. But this sounds great and I love sweet potato’s!

    Reply
    • Gwyneth Knolls says:

      Yes! I did it in the toaster oven because my toaster didn’t cook it enough. I still ran it through the cycle twice (it was still crunchy-but delicious) I had 1/2 an avocado so I sliced it added sea salt & pepper and lemon zest and it was fabulous! The lemon zest gave it a nice ending note. Now I have to try the other options too.

      Reply
  6. Lana says:

    Can’t have any grains. I have not had toast for 3 1/2 years and every time I cut into an avocado, I crave toast. SO excited right now, I wish I was hungry. I noticed you didn’t peel the SP. I’m not trying to be a child, but will I want the crusts off?

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  7. Sue says:

    Thanks so much for the new ideas. I love sweet taters, avacados, tuna, and I will be trying the almond butter with bananas for sure. I would probably just add Lemon pepper in stead of salt, pepper & zest but your taste buds are right up my alley so to speak. Lol I’m trying to eat healthier and loose some Lbs. Thanks again.

    Reply
  8. Rose says:

    So-the toaster dial is actually a timer– of you have it on high– I’m guessing just you cooked it for 5 minutes twice. Is that about the time? I don’t think most people realize that a toaster dial is just a timer!! There isn’t a sensor or little gremlin making the toast perfectly golden!

    Sweet potatoes are amazing!

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Oh! Haha Well mine cranks to a 6 or 7 and twice through only took about 5 minutes so maybe mine is weird!! Thanks for the tip though!

      Reply
  9. Brit says:

    Does the sweet potato toast end up like a cracker in consistency? Could you use these as crackers with dip?

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      No it doesn’t get too crisp!! They have to be a bit thicker to hold up the toppings. I would look up a sweet potato chip recipe for that! 🙂

      Reply
  10. Emily says:

    I definitely want to try this but am wondering- if I don’t use the whole potato, will the rest keep well in the fridge? Have you tried?

    Reply
  11. Sharon says:

    What a GREAT idea. I will try it soon, but I will put them in my toaster oven (We got rid of our toaster). I fry sweet potatoes cut 1/4″, in butter about 10 mins, then add brown sugar across the top, pour a little water in pan, cover and let steam. Cook down a little and it is a great sweet side dish or dessert. This was actually a dish my husband concocted. Instructions are very general but practice makes perfect.

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  12. Kelly says:

    What is the consistency of the sweet potato after is cooked in the toaster? Is it crunchy? Tender? I had sweet potatoes for the first time yesterday so I am not completely sure what to expect. They were delicious so I am excited to find new ways to eat them!! Can’t believe I went 24 years without them.. 🙂

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Oh welcome to this whole new world!! It should be pretty tender with a bit of crisp if you cook it until slightly browned! Definitely not floppy! 🙂

      Reply
  13. Amy says:

    This is genius! I agree with others here when they say it is life changing! I am limiting my bread intake too and this will really help me do so! Thanks SO much! Cannot wait to try the almond butter, banana, cinnamon “toast”!

    Reply
  14. Ronel says:

    Hi Kelsey. I want to congratulate and thank you for this idea. The best since I joined Pinterest.
    Greetings from South Africa.
    Ronel

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Awesome to hear Ronel!! So glad to have you as a reader and from South Africa no less! Enjoy you sweet potato toast! 🙂

      Reply
  15. Claude says:

    I tried this with avocado and it was delicious!!! Toasting twice on was perfect for my sweet potato as well.

    Reply
  16. Nina says:

    This is blowing up over on What Fat Vegans Eat on FB. People want to know if it has a raw taste after it is toasted and what the texture is. I think this would be awesome with hummus on it. 😛 Maybe with roasted veg on top – roasted eggplant or roasted tomato…or both! Thanks for simple and amazing idea.

    Reply
  17. Jan says:

    Ohh Mmm Gee.. I love sweet potatoes too, and lemme tell you.. I go all Bubba from Forrest Gump when it comes to sweet potato ideas.. This beats every single one of them.. I can’t wait to try it out! : ).. You are clearly a genius!

    Reply
  18. Donna says:

    I used a yam and it did not come out firm enough to pick up with my hands, though it had char marks on the sides. Is it because I didn’t use a sweet potato or that I used a toaster oven?

    Reply
  19. Sarah Ladd says:

    This is such an awesome idea!!!! My jaw dropped and I said “no way!” when I saw this on pinterest. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
  20. Shannon says:

    This. Is. Brilliant. I’m on an elimination diet to identify allergies and basically eating only fruits, veggies and lean meats. I have been craving avocado toast and this is AWESOME. Just had some, it was delicious and totally fills the void. Can not wait to try with other toppings. The sweet potato is perfect in my toaster after two rounds set to high as well. No residue, no drippings. It’s a little challenging to cut perfectly even 1/4″ so I had slight variation in how well cooked the entire slice was but where it was a little less cooked it just held up the toppings better, the whole thing was delicious. Thank you!!!

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Hey Shannon!! That makes me soooo happy!!! It really is perfect for elimination diets – my brain got here after doing Whole30! It is so fun to play around with different toppings and have something fun for breakfast or a snack! ENJOY!! 🙂

      Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      I have thought about that!! The sweet potato works best as it isn’t wet and can hold its shape! Regular potatoes work well too!!

      Reply
  21. Kathleen says:

    I love this idea! We don’t have a toaster, but I think it would work just as well cooking the sweet potato slices in a frying pan, or even roasting them in the oven!

    Reply
  22. Henriette says:

    We tried this and it was seriously jummi 😀 We borrow one of the pictures for our blog and photo cred you. Hope that’s ok?! Have a wonderful day, thank you for sharing

    Reply
  23. Lclax says:

    I was told that the numbers on the dial of a toaster is minutes ?!? So what number did you put it on. Or does your toaster have a temperature dial. Sorry so silly lol I’m intrigued and hangry now

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Haha no problem!! Mine goes to 7 but that definitely doesn’t take 7 minutes! I run it through twice on that!

      Reply
  24. Anne says:

    Darn. I had high hopes! Five rounds in the toaster, they got floppy, slipped down the sides requiring fork extraction, and were still barely cooked. I’ll still use the idea of eating them as “toast” but made in the oven instead.

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Oh no! Might depend on the type of toaster you have too as all are different! I definitely think trying it in the oven will be great!

      Reply
  25. Donna Girl says:

    As I’ve made the switch to plant-based eating, and been gathering recipes online, I scroll through the comments looking for people who’ve actually TRIED it. I actually tried this, and it was great. I followed the directions exactly, and the results were exactly as Kelsey wrote! What a clever idea. Can’t believe it, but the potato tastes cooked and there’s not a hint of residue on the toaster.

    Reply
  26. Paula says:

    Setting the record straight. I tried this recipe. FYI, but the pictures actual shows yams, which are light cream in color and orange colored ones are actually yams.
    Noticed a lot of recipes show orange potato salad as sweet potatoes when they are actually yams.

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      Mine has numbers but it goes up to 8 and it doesn’t take 8 minutes so i am not sure! I would definitely crank it all the way up though!

      Reply
  27. Claudine says:

    I don’t have a toaster. Could I put the sweet potatoe into the microwave? Doesn’t it need to be properly cooked before?

    Reply
    • Kelsey says:

      It actually cooks in the toaster! You can put the slices on a baking sheet and broil them for a few minutes on each side or cook them in a pan too!

      Reply
    • Tim says:

      Hey Claudine!! Just came up with a GREAT idea! Even though you don’t have a toaster, I’d bet my bottom dollar that one of your neighbors does. Why don’t you canvas the area until you find somebody that has a toaster with a high setting. Make sure you put it on high and do it twice. You have to put it in twice for it to cook all the way through.

      Alternatively, you could post your address and one of the friends on this board might live near you and you can come over to one of our houses and toast your sweet potatoes there! If you live in Alhambra you’re welcome to come use my toaster!

      Reply
  28. Ande Uriguen says:

    Hi there! I’m a little slow and am just trying out the sweet potato toast. Ok, not slow, lazy.
    I tried it this morning. I would say my slices were same size or a little thinner than yours and after two rounds on highest heat, still a little crunchier than I would like. Tips? Lower heat, more rounds? Thanks!

    Reply
  29. Marissa says:

    I’ve made this a couple times in my toaster and it’s always delicious, but I always find that I’m standing around waiting for the sweet potato to cook to my preference. Have you, or anyone else, tried toasting ahead of time to just under the full preference, storing it in the fridge, and then doing the final toasting/reheat when you’re ready to eat?
    Thanks!

    Reply
  30. Faeeza says:

    Thank you sooo much for this… Just started prescribing to the banting way of life, and these are perfect…! You’re a genius…!

    Reply
  31. Anna says:

    Wow, you are absolutely brilliant!! I never thought I’d us my toaster again ;D
    I am so trying this tonight! I usually only buy white sweet potato, I’m wondering if it will cook up the same or take longer? Thank you!!!

    Reply

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  87. […] I found this idea on Pinterest this morning and had to try it here is the original link (http://littlebitsof.com/2016/05/sweet-potato-toast-3-ways/) […]

  88. […] Also in the category of things that have blown my mind recently- you can slice sweet potatoes and cook them in the toaster and then spread stuff on them.  Really! Pinterest link is here, and the original recipe post is here. […]

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