Simple Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl.
I made a simple cozy breakfast for you.
I’ve mentioned before that breakfast is my most fav meal of the day. I feel like feeding myself well in the morning sets me up to have an awesome rest of the day. Plus I tend to take my time in the mornings after Little One goes to school. Self-care and good eating are some of my top priorities these days.
I went through a little waffle phase after I got my new waffle maker. Savory Sweet Potato Waffles have been on repeat. I’ve been freezing them and popping them in the toaster oven in the mornings. So good. And so easy.
I’ve also been making a super simple breakfast that I wanted to share with you today. We tend to have a lot of leftover cooked sweet potatoes around here, so in the mornings I’ve been serving them for breakfast. I’ve decided that a warm and comfy bowl of creamy sweet potatoes loaded with all the good things = breakfast heaven.
Some of the best things in life are the most simple things. This Simple Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl falls into that category. With very little effort, you can fuel yourself with a bowl of nutrient-dense goodness. Sweet potatoes are a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals. And you can load it up with anything that makes you happy.
Here’s a list of my fav ways to power up my sweet potato breakfast bowl:
nut or seed butters
pumpkin or sunflower seed
schia or hemp seeds
toasted pecans (because they taste amazing!)
blueberries (because antioxidants!)
Because I’m a creature of habit, I’m guessing that this breakfast bowl will be on repeat until I’m on to the next thing. If you’re looking for me, you know where I’ll be: sitting at home, having a slow morning, cozying up to a bowl of warm, delicious goodness.
2 large sweet potatoes, baked until very fork tender
1/4 cup milk of any kind
1/8 tsp cinnamon powder
1/2 scoop vanilla collagen peptides
1 tbsp maple syrup OR half of a ripe banana
Warm sweet potato (if not already warm) in toaster oven or by lightly steaming it.
Place peeled sweet potato, milk, and cinnamon into food processor. Puree until creamy smooth.
Add optional collagen peptides and/or sweetener, if desired. Add whatever toppings make you happy. Serve warm or room temperature.