SWEET POTATO BREAKFAST BOWL #bowl #breakfast #potato #diet #easy

SWEET POTATO BREAKFAST BOWL #bowl #breakfast #potato #diet #easy

This sweet potato breakfast bowl is a simple, make-ahead solid breakfast that helps me to remember sweet potato meal!

On the off chance that you don't care for sweet potatoes or potentially almond margarine, this sweet potato breakfast bowl most likely won't mysteriously alter your perspective. Be that as it may, in the event that you cherish almond spread and sweet potatoes independently and have never attempted them together, I certainly suggest it.

This is my current go-to breakfast/nibble/solid treat. It's heavenly and a much needed reprieve from oats!

On the off chance that you pursue my sustenance Instagram, you may've seen this sweet potato breakfast bowl spring up previously. I'd seen individuals add almond margarine to sweet potatoes previously, and I got having a sweet potato bowl for breakfast from Jen.

At that point, I chose to put my very own turn on a sweet potato breakfast bowl. Just almond spread on top is extraordinary, yet including raisins and nuts makes it surprisingly better. This almond margarine, raisin, and nut fixing helps me to remember sweet potato meal, which I cherished unexpectedly this Thanksgiving and ache for the majority of the time now.

SWEET POTATO BREAKFAST BOWL #bowl #breakfast #potato #diet #easy

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Ingredients :

  • 16 oz. sweet potato (1 very large or 2 small)
  • Honey to taste*, OR half of a small, slightly ripe mashed banana for sweetness
  • Cinnamon to taste
  • 2 tablespoons raisins*
  • 2 tablespoons chopped nuts
  • 2 tablespoons almond butter (I recommend raw almond butter and love Trader Joe's raw almond butter!)

Instructions :

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Wash and lightly dry sweet potato(es). Poke with a fork several times and wrap in aluminum foil. Bake large sweet potato for around 80 minutes, or smaller sweet potatoes for around 65 minutes, until a fork can easily pierce through the entire sweet potato. Let cool for at least five minutes before peeling.
  2. Peel cooled sweet potato and lightly mash with cinnamon and honey (or half of a mashed banana).
  3. Top with raisins and chopped nuts and other toppings if desired. If enjoying right away, drizzle with almond butter. If enjoying later, top with almond butter just before serving and reheating.

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