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Nothing beats a slice of hot bread fresh from the toaster unless you're trying to cut back on the carbs. Fortunately, a simple (and delicious) substitute offers a healthy alternative: Sweet potato toasts. Sweet potatoes are packed with natural sugars and vitamins, and they're versatile so you can swap between savory and sweet easily.
Check out a few variations below.
Sweet potato toasts
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5 ways to top sweet potato toast
5-15 minutes
5-15 minutes
30 minutes
2-3 large sweet potatoes
pear, thinly sliced
pistachios, roasted rough chopped
sun-dried tomato, rough chopped
chive, thinly sliced
olive oil
fresh mozzarella, sliced
avocado, sliced
sardines, butterflied
basil, finely chopped
asparagus trimmed/roasted in oven
whole grain mustard
sour cream
Carefully slice a large sweet potato lengthwise to 1/4 inch.
Place in toaster oven as if a slice of bread. Depending on your toaster, you may need to toast the sweet potato 3-6 times before it cooks completely and is tender. This will be your base and acts as regular toast.
1: Spread about 4-6 tablespoons of ricotta (however much you like). Layer on pears; drizzle with honey; then top with pistachios.
2: Layer on fresh mozzarella; then drizzle with olive oil. Top with sun-dried tomatoes, and sprinkle with chives.
3: Top with avocado, then sardines, and finish with basil.
4. Arrange asparagus on top. Mix 2 tablespoons of mustard and sour cream. Then drizzle on asparagus. Cook egg according to personal preference. Then place on top. Drizzle with more sauce if desired.
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