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Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
This grain-free breakfast bowl is perfect when you are trying to do Whole 30 or Paleo and just can’t do any eggs anymore. Anybody else feel that way sometimes? This bowl is hearty, filling, and just the right amount of sweet. It’ll keep you full and satisfied well until lunch. If you love a big bowl of oats for breakfast, you might be pleasantly surprised how much you’ll like swapping them for out for a big bowl of veggies for breakfast.
Sweet Sweet Breakfast
For breakfast, I am ALL about those carbs…. or at least used to be. Bagels, muffins, oats, danishes, croissants, donuts, I’d eat it all. However, when I eat processed, refined carbohydrates for breakfast by 11 am I am starving, feigning for sugar, and preparing for a nap. Anybody else relate? Dave and I recently started a Whole 30, and I knew I wouldn’t be able to do eggs every day for 30 days. So I needed a quick and easy breakfast to toss into the rotation for days when that nasty sweet tooth can’t be tamed. The berries add a great flavor, chia seeds and flax seeds add some nutrition and texture, and the almond butter provides some healthy fats and proteins. You can change this dish up any way you want to make it yours. Add unsweetened coconut, sliced almonds, cashews, other fruits like bananas. Want it sweeter add maple syrup or honey. Want more protein? Add Whole 30 Approved Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides or protein powder of choice. Whatever floats your boat!
What Makes This Dish Paleo and Whole 30 and Vegan Friendly?
I always try and take a minute to explain what makes a dish fall into one of these categories so my readers can get a better understanding of the different types of lifestyles and make adjustments to fit their needs. Both Whole 30 and Paleo diets focus on eating whole foods that are minimally processed, avoiding any inflammatory ingredients, like gluten, grains, dairy, and legumes. Unlike the Keto Diet, both Paleo & Whole 30 allow unlimited fruits and veggies. For Whole 30, you SHOULD eat vegetables with every meal (including breakfast), so this dish is a win-win. You can eat all the fruits you want, so I say, bring em on! Since peanuts are a legume, not a nut, peanut butter is out, but Almond butter or other nut butters allowed as long as there is no added sugar. Always check the labels, you won’t believe the shit they try and sneak in. I added a little bit of almond milk when I whipped up the sweet potatoes to keep them fluffy. Almond milk and coconut on both allowed on Whole 30 & Paleo, but again you want to make sure that you read the ingredients, no sweeteners, additives, or carrageenan.
Veganism is a diet that focuses on eating plants and not eating any meat or animal by-products. Veganism is different from vegetarian because vegetarians don’t eat animal flesh or meat, but they’ll eat things like milk, honey, or even eggs depending on the individual. This bowl is 100% plant-based, but if you want it sweeter, make sure you add maple syrup, not honey, to keep it vegan.
What Ingredients Do You Need?
- Sweet Potatoes (cooked ahead of time. I meal prep a batch of my Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes)
- Almond or coconut milk
- Toppings of choice – Fruit, Berries, Nut Butter, Shredded Coconut, Chia Seeds, Flaxeeds Etc.
How To Make It
- Take the sweet potato and add to your kitchen aid stand mixer (can also use an electric mixer or mash with fork). Add the almond milk and whip it up. Add the cinnamon.
- Add the desired toppings of your choice.
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Tips, Recs, Subs
- Meal prep the sweet potatoes ahead of time with my Instant Pot Sweet Potatoes Recipe
- Get creative with the toppings! Use fruits, nuts, seeds, nut butters, or whatever you would toss over a yogurt bowl or oats.
- If you prefer a warm bowl you can heat up the sweet potatoes.
- Add protein powder or Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides to keep you full for longer.
- If the potatoes aren’t fluffy enough add a splash more almond milk.
- If you don’t have a stand or electric mixer, mash with a fork whip with a whisk.
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Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
- Stand mixer or Electric Mixer
- 2 Cooked Sweet Potatoes (skins removed)
- 4 Tablespoons Almond Milk
- 1 Teaspoon Cinnamon or apple pie spice
- Additional toppings - Fruits, Berries, Nuts, Chia Seeds, Flax Seeds, Nut Butter, Shredded Coconut flakes, Maple syrup or honey (not whole 30)
- Add cooked sweet potato to stand mixer or bowl. Place mixer on medium speed and start to whip sweet potatoes. Add the almond milk and cinnamon, whip for another minute or two until potatoes are light and fluffy. If they seem to dry add a splash more almond milk.
- Separate the mixture between two bowls, add desired toppings.
Make this bowl, even more, filling with Vital Proteins Whole 30 Collagen Peptides or Protein Powder of choice Microwave the sweet potatoes for a minute before adding the toppings if you prefer a warm breakfast
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