Sweet Potato Toast

Sweet Potato Toast is healthy breakfast or snack that’s also gluten free, vegan, paleo and whole30.

Tip: When buying the sweet potatoes try to pick large round ones. They’re easier to use and slice.

  1. Wash and Peel the potatoes
  2. Slice them 1/4 inch thick. Thicker won’t cook all the way through and thinner will fall apart. (if you accidently cut them too thick no worries! Poke holes in the potatoes with a fork and microwave for 30 seconds before toasting)
  3. Turn your toaster up to the highest setting.
  4. Toast your slices twice each. They should be a light golden brown when finished. If not throw them in for a third round.
  5. For the long pieces that don’t fit in the toaster, just flip them around for the second round of toasting.

Tip: You can pre slice the potatoes and keep them in a ziploc bag in your refrigerator. They can last up to one week!

Topping combos:

  1. Bananas and peanut butter
  2. Eggs and Bacon
  3. Avocados, cheery tomatoes, salt and pepper
  4. Almond butter, chia seeds and hemp seeds
  5. Apples, peanut butter, cinnamon, dried cranberries
  6. Egg whites, avocado, cilantro, salt and pepper
  7. Eggs, black beans, cilantro, avocado, salsa and cheese
  8. Cottage cheese and mixed berries
  9. Arugula, lemon, avocado
  10. Cream cheese and blue berries
  11. Goat cheese, dried cherries and pistachios
  12. Avocado, bacon and soft boiled egg
  13. Hummus and radish slices

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Hi! My name is Domenique Trupia. I am a Physician Assistant living in South Florida. I graduated from the Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Masters Program at Pace University in Manhattan. I work in the field of Anti-Aging, Aesthetic Medicine. I am happily married to the most amazing man in the world! We just got married in July 2018 and we're house hunting (what a nightmare! lol) On this blog you will find a mix of topics I'm passionate about including medicine, health, clean eating, travel & fashion. No one is one-dimensional so why should our blogs be?! I'll be including tips and tricks I've learned over the years in all categories and some procedure pics and videos in my field of Aesthetic Medicine. Stay tuned! I hope you enjoy my page and feel free to ask questions! So glad you found me :) Xx, Domenique

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