This Is The New Avocado Toast—And It’s So Easy To Make

Avocado toast will always have a place in our hearts, but lately we’ve been piling our breakfast plates with a different kind of toast. Namely, sweet potato toast. It’s just as delicious as avocado toast (dare we say more delicious?), and oh-so-versatile. The concept is simple: Instead of using bread as a base for avocado/eggs/almond butter/accouterments of your choice, use thin slices of sweet potatoes that have been toasted (yes, you can put them right in the toaster) or baked. The result is an insanely delicious, grain-free healthy breakfast. Below, see how to make it and get inspired with some recipes.


The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

The Dish On Healthy

Paleo Sweet Potato Toast

Author: The Dish on Healthy

Serves: 2

Ingredients: 1 large sweet potato 1 tablespoon oil of your choice Sea salt and black pepper, to taste ¼ teaspoon crushed dry oregano or rosemary (optional) 2 hard- or soft-boiled eggs 1 large avocado Squeeze of fresh lemon juice ½ tablespoon sesame seeds Pinch of chili powder (optional)

Directions: Full recipe instructions can be found here.

Eating Bird Food

Apple Harvest Sweet Potato Toast

Author: Eating Bird Food

Serves: 2 to 4

Ingredients: 1 sweet potato Peanut butter Thin apple slices Pumpkin seeds Cranberries Cinnamon

Directions: Full recipe instructions can be found here.

Family Food On The Table

Sweet And Savory Sweet Potato Toasts

Author: Family Food on the Table

Serves: 4 to 5

Ingredients: 1 large sweet potato, peeled Your favorite toppings, such as peanut butter and banana, Nutella and berries, avocado, a fried egg

Directions: Full recipe instructions can be found here.

My Goodness Kitchen

Gorgeously Simple Sweet Potato Toast

Author: My Goodness Kitchen

Serves: 6

Ingredients: 1 medium sweet potato, washed and sliced 1 avocado 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed ½ teaspoon sumac ¼ teaspoon sea salt Juice of ½ small lemon Small handful of baby watercress or sprouts (optional) Additional sumac, for garnish 1/3 cup cashew cream 1 medium piece of jarred smoked pepper, thinly sliced small or fresh pepper Handful of baby or micro basil leaves Cracked pepper, to taste Olive oil, to drizzle

Directions: Full recipe instructions can be found here.