On a lazy fall morning, try this loaded baked sweet potato recipe. You can pile it high with coconut yogurt, berries, figs, and your favorite superfoods, like dried mulberries or coconut shavings. The options are endless! If you want one of these babies during the week, pre-bake the sweet potato, and then simply reheat in the morning and add your toppings.
Make it AIP-compliant by removing the pumpkin seeds and making sure your coconut milk yogurt doesn’t contain an emulsifier or thickener like guar gum. Or, swap the fruit and coconut toppings for avocado and smoked salmon.
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Try this Loaded Baked Sweet Potato
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Loaded Baked Sweet Potato Breakfast
- 2 sweet potatoes (organic) or 1 large sweet potato, cut in half crosswise
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Poke each sweet potato with a fork 5 to 7 times all around, to allow steam to escape while cooking. Bake for about 45 minutes, or until a knife or fork easily pierces through to the center. Remove from oven and let cool slightly until easy to handle. Then split down the middle with a knife and use a fork to lightly mash the inside.
- To each side of the sweet potato, add a generous scoop of coconut yogurt, then top with fruit, coconut, and seeds, then drizzle with syrup, if desired.
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