Are you looking for an alternative to bread while leading a gluten-free style? One alternative is creating a versatile sweet potato toast. That’s right, this should be the new addition to your favorite meal of the day.
There’s more to life than baked sweet potatoes. Now, there’s toast version and it is far simpler to make in batches. Why? One drawback of baking sweet potatoes is that it can take up to almost an hour for them to bake in the oven. Yet, you can be biting into this toast creation in 30 minutes or less.
You can prepare it in 3 different ways—toasted, Panini press, or oven. I prefer to use the oven to bake a batch for the week.
- Faster: I can prepare and bake a batch with minimal effort. One large sweet potato yields 4 toasts. It’s easier to bake them all in the oven.
- Taste: It tastes better prepared in the oven because it becomes caramelized.
Let’s talk about the different ways that you can serve this up!
There are two reasons for my preference of the oven over a toaster or a Panini Press:
1)Sunny-Side up egg
2)Crumbled feta cheese + roasted red bell peppers
3)Sauteed spinach + smoked salmon
4)Banana, peanut butter, and cocoa nibs
5)Sliced Strawberries, Peanut Butter, and Mint
Which sweet potato toast would you choose?
Let me know in the comments below! And tag your creations to @celiacsimplified on Instagram to be featured. I’d love to see how you are serving your sweet potato.