Sweet Potato Toast

Category Vegetables
Sweet potatoes make a healthy substitute for bread. This recipe shows you how to cook up some delicious sweet potato toast. A perfect addition to your morning breakfast or even just to snack on.


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These are healthier substitute for bread! They are thinly sliced sweet potatoes that you can use as a toast under eggs or as a base for any food. They are also great as a snack! You may use one or more sweet potatoes but I find I need to make many more just to have some by the time we are ready to sit down and eat! Delicious!


  • sweet potatoes
  • olive oil
  • your favorite spice (I've used cinnamon, curry, salt & pepper, tumeric, any sweet or savory spices! You choose your favorite. I mix mine up for fun!)


  1. Wash your sweet potatoes and dry them.
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  3. Carefully slice them thinly either with a knife or a mandolin, as shown. I got anywhere from 12-18 thin slices with mine for a medium sized potato.
  4. Place in a bowl and add some olive oil to lightly coat the slices.
  5. Sprinkle on your favorite spices. I make some sweet, some savory and some mixed.
  6. Lay out on a cookie sheet and bake in your oven at 350 for 20-30 minutes. I check regularly and usually flip the pieces after 15 minutes to help dry and crisp them up a bit. If they are thin they may cook much quicker (and even burn) faster than a thicker slice would, which is why I keep an eye on them. Thin ones will get 'snapping crisp' but thicker ones may be firmer but a little more like fruit leather... both are good!
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  8. I also try to put thinner slices together so I will know to check that tray more regularly. I even pull out some that are getting too dark, when I flip them over.
  9. Once I think they feel dry and leathery I take them out and put them on a rack to cool down and they seem to continue to firm up. I either serve them with dinner or freeze some on a tray, then bag them up for meals throughout the week, especially breakfast! I like mine with avocado and eggs, pictured here. Thin ones would also be yummy just as a snack.
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  11. Enjoy!
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