Sweet Potato Toast: 3 Ways!

I am obsessed with Sweet Potato Toast! I have eaten it 3 times this week! Sweet potato is a great option if you are trying to reduce your bread or gluten intake and can help keep you feeling full longer! This recipe is both is delicious & nutritious! Did you know that in one medium sweet potato, there is over 400 percent of your daily vitamin A requirement, plus loads of fiber and potassium. They have more grams of natural sugars than regular potato but more overall nutrients with fewer calories! Learn how to make 3 types of this sweet potato toast in 3 easy steps!

What you will need:

(Serves 2 People)

-1 Large Sweet Potato

-1 Tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Topping Ideas Include: Avocado, Eggs (Hard-Boiled, Scrambled, Poached...you choose!), Tomato, Microgreens, Cream Cheese (Regular or Kite Hill), Pesto, Spinach, Sun-dried Tomatoes, Everything Bagel Seasoning, Salt, Pepper, Lemon Pepper, Bean Sprouts, Onion, Sunflower Seeds, Slivered Almonds, Yogurt, Berries, Mint, Etc.)

3 Ways Pictured Above:

1) Smashed Avocado & Hard-Boiled Egg

2) Kite Hill Chive Cream Cheese, Heirloom Tomato & Microgreens

3) Pesto & Sun-Dried Tomato

Step 1: Preheat oven to 450 °F & gather ingredients.

Step 2: Slice sweet potato lengthwise in 1/4 inch slices, making about 6 large slices. Rub slices with tablespoon of olive oil and place on baking sheet (covered with foil if desired). Bake in oven set at 450 °F for about 15 minutes, flipping the slices over halfway through. The slices are ready when they are lightly browned and tender when pierced with a knife.

Step 3: Add desired ingredients on top of the sweet potato slices, serve, and enjoy!

Hope you enjoy these as much as I do!

Be well,


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Nora Josephson is a licensed professional counselor, certified yoga instructor, and wellness advocate. She is passionate about teaching others to take care of themselves---mind, body and soul!


Nora received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She then achieved her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Denver. She worked as a counselor in Colorado for four years and received her Professional Counselor License before moving back to California to be near her family.


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