Sweet Potato Toasts (with video)

This decadent treat highlights sweet plump berries which are loaded with Anti-oxidants, piled onto ‘toasted’ sweet potato which are richly coated with a smooth nut butter and finished with a herb garnish.







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1 large sweet potato
4 tbsp. nut butter of choice
1 ½ cups (285g) chopped berries of choice
1 tsp. of honey* for drizzle (optional)

Cut the sweet potato longwise into slices. Use a large kitchen knife to do this, you want each slice of sweet potato for “bread slices”.

Place the sliced potatoes into the toaster and cook on the longest setting. This will take approximately 6 minutes. The sweet potato is done when the edges are golden brown and the middle still has a bit of crunch.

While the sweet potatoes are cooking, cut up the berries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, or raspberries are a great choice.

Once the sweet potatoes have cooked, spread each slice with 1 tablespoon of nut butter and topped with berries. Add a little drizzle of honey and serve immediately.









* If applicable; this ingredient is free from gluten/gliadin and other major troublesome components, but may slow down any intended weight loss if consumed regularly due to it’s possible affect on blood sugar, and consequently fat metabolism. Either omit it, or use minimally during any weight loss phase for maximum results. Nutritional content is per serving.

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