A fast and easy #whole30breakfast that only costs under $2. I love sweet potato toasts. Easy to make and even easier when you make them in bulk and freeze, then just toast or airfry the morning of. Throw in a batch of hard boiled eggs you pre-made (or buy the hard boiled eggs in pre-cooked packs from Costco or Sam’s Club), and this just became your new favorite 5-minute breakfast.
I love sweet potato toasts topped with smashed avocado, sliced hard boiled egg, and salt + Everything Bagel Seasoning. PS – Even Walmart now sells the Everything Bagel seasoning! I had three this morning for a whopping total of $1.25. Round it out with some roasted veggies and voila! Also delicious – sweet potato toast + nut butter + banana, yum!
Some stores sell Caulipowered brand of frozen sweet potato toast slices, which is super convenient. But they cost $6-8/bag depending on the store. You can easily make the same amount for $2 with only 10 minutes of prep time.
Trust me, it’s time to get on the sweet potato train!
Sweet Potato Toast
- 2 pounds sweet potatoes
- olive or avocado oil to coat
- sprinkle salt
- If using the oven, preheat to 425 degrees.
- Cut off the ends of the sweet potato. Then stand the sweet potato up on it's end and cut in half length-wise. Take one of the halves and cut it into long slices to desired width (I usually aim for a 1/4 of an inch, but it's not an exact science). Try to keep slices uniform in width so they will cook evenly.
- Lightly toss or brush slices of sweet potato with oil on both sides. Just a little, don't drown the potato in oil, or your toast will be soggy.
- If baking, line a baking sheet with parchment and lay out potato slices in a single layer. Bake for 10 minutes at 425, until tender, then broil on each side for 5 minutes (flipping to get both sides)
- If airfrying cook at 375 for 10 minutes (or at 325 if you have an airfryer like mine that runs hot). Make sure they are in a single layer, and flip once.
- Freeze in a single layer then store in the freezer in a sealed bag or container for up to 3 months. Toast or airfry to reheat.