Sweet potato breakfast is not only a healthy way to start the day, but it is also delicious! You can eat sweet potatoes other than for dinner. In fact, they taste great in savoury and sweet dishes at any time of day! Here is a how you can make sweet potato breakfast recipes so you may have them with your morning coffee as well. Breakfast is probably one of the finest times to consume sweet potatoes. Not to mention that having a breakfast of sweet potatoes is a great healthy way to start the day because they are packed with fibre, good carbs, and vitamin A. You may increase the advantages of protein, calcium, and healthy fats by serving it with yoghurt and butter and alike. 

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Baked Sweet Potato 

Wash and dry the sweet potatoes. Making extra food to keep on hand for quick breakfasts is always a good idea. Before baking or pressure cooking, prick the potatoes with a fork many times. Place the sweet potatoes in the pressure cooker over 1.5 cups of cold water to pressure cook them. Set the heat on high flame and cook for 20 minutes on high pressure. After the cooking time has passed, wait 10 minutes for the pressure to release naturally before opening the cooker. Put the sweet potatoes on a sheet pan covered in foil and bake them (to make cleanup easy!) and bake for 30 to 40 minutes, or until the potatoes are soft, at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Slice open the sweet potato once it has cooled enough to handle, then top with whatever you like. Eggs and sweet potatoes are a particularly tasty combination. 

Sweet Potato Toast With Avocado, Cucumber, Smoked Salmon and Poached Egg 

The sweet potato needs to be scrubbed. Using a mandoline or sharp knife, cut the potato into uniform lengthwise slices. If toasting, put the sweet potato slices in the toaster and toast them multiple times, or until they are fully cooked. 

If using the oven, warm it to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Slices of sweet potato should be placed on parchment paper on a baking pan after being lightly oiled on both sides. Until gently toasted, bake for 30 minutes. Bring a pot of water to a simmer while the potato bakes. For three to four minutes, poach two cracked eggs. Take the eggs out of the pot and put them in a bowl with lukewarm water (while the potato is still baking). After the potato has finished cooking, place it on a platter and top with avocado, cucumber, smoked salmon, and an egg that has been poached.  

Sweet potatoes are incredibly healthy since they are packed with beta-carotene, potassium, fibre, vitamins A, B6, and C. As well as supporting heart and eye health, they reduce inflammation. They'll also keep you full and energised for hours because they're filling. We truly hope you savour these sweet potato breakfast ideas.