Loaded Sweet Potato Toast using a toaster is a super easy meal prep breakfast that can be prepped once, and be ready for breakfast for the next 5 days.
Sweet potato slices in your toaster. Just trust.
This breakfast is simple, and made for the make ahead meal prep life.
This recipe has a simple 3 base ingredients : sweet potato, goat cheese, and hard boiled eggs. I like to fancy it up just a bit with green onion, but that is totally optional.
You can even get fancy by using different types of goat cheese too. Not a fan of goat cheese? That's ok, we can still be friends. Just swap for cream cheese!
The sweet potato and hard boiled eggs can be prepped and stored for 5 days, no problem.
I do store my sweet potato (raw) in water so it keeps it's firm texture and doesn't dry out.
When it is time for breakfast, I dry off the sweet potato and pop into a toaster.
Toasting time is dependent on how thick you like your slices. I typically do 2 toaster cycles, but this is a total preference call.
Once toasted, I spread on the goat cheese. Again, they type of goat cheese (or even use cream cheese) is your choice. I like to use a peppered goat cheese for a little kick.
Slice those hard boiled eggs up, and just like that you have loaded sweet potato toast ... in your toaster.
Note that the recipe is a good guideline, but the number of toasts you get is completely dependent on your sweet potato. I also load each slice up with a whole egg. You can make less eggs and use half an egg per toast. Again, that is all your call!
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Loaded Sweet Potato Toast (in your toaster!)
- 10 hard boiled eggs
- 1 medium sweet potato
- ¼ cup goat cheese can sub cream cheese
- green onion (optional)
- Slice your sweet potato to desired toast thickness. You can use a mandolin, but I just slice by hand.
- Store the sweet potato toasts (raw) in a container with cold water.
- Prepare hard boiled eggs. Fill a pot with approximately 1 inch of water and bring to a boil. When the water comes to a boil, remove from heat, add eggs and allow to sit covered for 12 minutes.
- When ready to eat, place 2 pieces of sweet potato toast in the toaster and toast to desired tenderness. The number of cycles of toasting is completely dependent on the heat setting of your toaster and the thickness of the toast. I typically use 2 toasting cycles for the toast pictured in the blog post.
- Keep the prepped ingredients separate until time of eating!
- Ingredients can be prepped and stored for up to 5 days.