Sweet tater toast!

Who doesn’t love a good slice of toast?! I feel like millennials have taken toast to a whole new level- I mean come onnnnn, avocado toast y’allll! But what’s better than a perfectly ripe avocado smashed onto a slice of bread…a perfectly ripe avocado smashed onto the perfected baked slice of sweet potato! Trust me- it’s even better than it sounds. I hated sweet potatoes for virtually my entire life…and this last year they have become one of my staples in my refrigerator. However, I’m still not a fan of a baked sweet potato…there’s nothing like the real thing there if I want a juicy loaded tater I’m going all in!

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Back to sweet potatoes…they are utterly delicious and I eat them for breakfast at least 3 days a week. So today I was craving some good sweet potato toast… I’m never really sure what I’m going to use for toppings because you can literally put anything on them and it’s a flavor burst in your mouth. I usually just dig through my refrigerator and grab some ingredients that need to be used up anyway and toss them on a slice.

First and most importantly you’ve got to pick the perfect sweet potato that’s worthy of toasting. I typically always have at least one potato that I keep on hand just for toast! It’s got to be long enough but not too skinny and not too fat…but also it has to be about the same size around throughout the whole potato! None of those- fat in the middle skinny on the ends kinda sweet potatoes. I feel like the people at the produce stand definitely judge me as I dig through the sweet potato crate in search of the perfect tater but hey! a girls gotta do what a girls gotta do! Right!?

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Now, in order to slice the potato evenly and without cutting off one hand I toss mine into the microwave for 1-2 minutes (just long enough to make it not feel like a total brick.) Then I slice the potato into 3-4 slices depending on the size of the potato.
Now drizzle with your favorite oil- I use LaTourangelle Artisian garlic oil and season mine with Primal Palate breakfast blend because -YUM. Now toss them on a rack in the toaster oven for about 10-12 minutes at 400, then broil for about 3-4 minutes to crisp them babies up! While those are toastin’ away –prep some toppings!

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Like I mentioned before you can top yours with any of your favorite toast toppings! But here’s was I scavenged up to top mine with today…
Slice 1
1 scrambled EgglandsBest egg with @fairlife milk
Ole choizo
Cacique queso fresca
Chopped green onions

Slice 2
½ avocado smashed
1 sliced grape tomato
Feta
Chopped green onion

Slice 3
President CheeseGarlic herb cheese spread
1 slice crumbled ButterBallTurkey low sodium turkey bacon (this is my ABSOLUTE favorite bacon)
A handful of frozen roasted corn from TraderJoes
Cacique queso fresca
Chopped green onion (are you seeing a trend here 😉 )

Slice 4
Soom Tahini
Strawberries
Blueberries
Drizzled with original Sunbutter
And sprinkled with Salba chocolate covered chia seeds

And of course I had to have a fried egg  seasoned with  FreshJaxto dip my toast in the runny yolk because what’s toast with a runny yolk for dippin’?!

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Enjoy!
Simple, healthy, and oh so satisfying!
Tag me if ya make ‘em!
#katiescardiokitchen @kburg21