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When You See How People Are Cooking Sweet Potatoes, You Will Want To Try It Too!

Alissa Rumsey /

If you're tired of the same old breakfast routine, but haven't got much time in the morning, may we suggest a sweet potato instead?

Sure, it sounds a little crazy at first, but once you try it - you'll love it. Sweet potato slices are the new toast and they can be loaded with all kinds of delicious toppings.

These tasty taters are full of vitamin A, vitamin B5, B6 as well as thiamine, niacin and riboflavin. Even more importantly, they're a solid source of vitamin D, which comes in handy to fight osteoporosis.

Grab a medium sweet potato and try it out for yourself!

Sweet Potato Toast Three Ways

This simple recipe by Alissa Rumsey uses one, medium sweet potato. It's the perfect offering for an adventurous brunch crowd who likes to taste a little bit of everything.

Try it a few more ways on the next page!

Whether you're looking for a new way to incorporate vegetables into your diet, or you're just tired of toast, you'll be pleasantly surprised by what the sweet potato has to offer!

Just make each slice about 1/4-inch thick, bake them in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 20 minutes. Store them in an airtight container until you're ready to pop them in the toaster.

Black Beans & Cheese Sweet Potato Toast

From black beans and melted cheddar cheese to a whole egg and some avocado slices, your options are endless! Try out a few of these savory ideas from Family Food On The Table!

'South of the Border' Sweet Potato Toast

Consider this the Paleo version of tacos. It's got every thing you love about Mexican cuisine with the sweet, starchy flavor of a yam.  The Real Food Dietitians have loaded a crunchy slice of sweet potato with avocado, radishes, red chili flakes and lime - yum!

Broccoli and Parmesan Sweet Potato Toast

Mix up your lunch box with some healthy sweet potato toast topped with broccoli and Parmesan, or the more traditional crusty bread fare of Bruschetta and Feta. Check out the recipe on Leigh & Meg's blog.

These tasty toasts are good for breakfast, brunch, lunch or even a snack! What will you put on yours?

[h/t Skillet /]