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Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl

Just when you thought sweet po’s couldn’t get any better this Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl came around!

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl- The Seasonal Junkie

Hey, hello everybody!! This weekend has been jammin’! And if you don’t know what jammin’ is, it just means I’ve been doing ALL the activities. For me, I couldn’t ask for better two days. Because Phoenix is starting to heat up again, I have to take advantage. We got to check out the farmer’s market at downtown and picked up some delicious produce. So if you catch me roasting some delicious butternut squash this week, don’t be alarmed. I also, snagged a killer deal at Rack Room, shout out to the BOGO that will now be blessing my feet. So also, if you catch me rocking sweet shoes, again… don’t be shocked.

Now about this sweet potato breakfast bowl….

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl- The Seasonal Junkie

Not that I was ever skeptical that sweet potato could be you know….. a sweet meal. I just always thought you had to add something sweet to it…. Well ladies and gents, this sweet potato breakfast bowl is everything I’ve been missing in sweet breakfasts since Whole30 has made it move into my life. And don’t get me wrong, I LOVE eggs. But on Whole30, the amount of eggs you eat may leave you wanting variety. This recipe is perfect go-to for a Whole30 egg free breakfast.

I’m obsessed. One bite and I was like… good lord, why have I made it this long in life without making one of these?! All is good now, since you know… I know now.

The best thing about this sweet potato breakfast bowl is that it is pretty much customized to anything your heart desires. Next time I might dare to do a banana walnut, don’t tempt me with a good time.

But this time

I topped my sweet potato breakfast bowl with some toasted pecans and coconut, blueberries, cashew butter, coconut cream, and hemp seeds. The textures and flavors were… OUT. OF. THIS. WORLD. Oh and if you add collagen peptides to this baby, it will add an additional 10 grams of protein. I use vital proteins, it’s great and doesn’t have any flavor.

So all in flavor of making bowl happen, do it!!

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl- The Seasonal Junkie

Oh yea, and if you are wondering this gem is dairy-free, grain-free, whole30, and paleo!!! This Whole30 egg free breakfast is sure to win hearts and bellies.

Want another Whole30 Sweet Potato recipe, check out this breakfast hash!

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl- The Seasonal Junkie

Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl

Serves: 2
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 Sweet Potatoes, steamed and peeled (they can be cold or still warm, whatever you prefer)
  • 3 tbsp Nut Pods
  • Optional: Collagen Peptides
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon, plus a little more to top
  • 1/4 cup Blueberries
  • 2 tsp Hemp Seeds
  • Cashew Butter
  • Coconut Cream
  • Toasted Coconut and Pecans:
  • 3 tbsp Coconut Flakes
  • 3 tbsp Pecans
  • 1 tsp Coconut Oil
  • 1/4 tsp Salt

Instructions

1

Steaming Sweet Potatoes:

2

Get a large pot fill 1/4 up with water

3

Using a knife or fork stab multiple times, this will help it cook

4

Place lid on top

5

Cook on medium-low heat for 45 minutes until the potato is fork tender

6

Skin will peel right off

7

Toasted Coconut and Pecans:

8

In skillet add coconut oil and turn on medium low

9

Add pecans and coconut flakes and continue to stir

10

Once there starts to be a nutty aroma and the coconut flakes turn golden they are done

11

Season with salt

12

Place on to paper towel to absorb additional oils

13

Sweet Potato:

14

Place steamed potatoes, Nutpods (or almond milk), and collagen peptides (if you are using them) into food processor or blender

15

Blend until smooth

16

Assembly:

17

Sweet potato puree in the bowl

18

Top with blueberries, toasted coconuts and pecans, cashew butter, coconut cream (and obviously whatever you would like the options are endless!)

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