Another day, another Insta-famous food trend making our mouths water. Luckily, sweet potato toast isn’t only trendy, it’s healthy too.

Don’t keep scrolling just because you’re on a gluten-free diet or watching your carb intake. There’s no bread involved here.

The best part? Making sweet potato toast is as simple as washing, drying, and thinly slicing a medium-sized sweet potato and toasting it to perfection.

The only other step left is figuring out which toppings you want to try out. We’ve rounded up some seriously great toppers for your creation.


Sweet potatoes are a good source of:

This simple version of sweet potato toast is topped with a fried egg and delicious smashed avocado.

Season with a little salt and pepper and you’ve got a quick, simple, and delicious breakfast that’s filled with good carbohydrates and fats.

This would be a great breakfast or postworkout snack.

Get the recipe from Just J.Faye!

Looking for a sweet treat in the morning without added sugars? Toast your sweet potato slices, add the nut butter of your choice, and simply top it off with fruit.

Add extra flavor and some nutrients with cinnamon, nutmeg, or even chia seeds.

Not only will this dish leave you satisfied, but you’ll also sneak in some great protein and a serving of fruit.

Get the recipe from TODAY Food!

Spice things up a little by topping your toast with some creamy guacamole and your choice of chili pepper or cayenne pepper. The spicy kick will offset the tender sweet potato toast perfectly.

A hard-boiled or scrambled egg adds protein and flavor to this paleo-friendly option.

Get the recipe from The Dish On Healthy!

This is a twist on The King’s favorite snack: peanut butter, banana, and bacon sandwiches.

Replace the peanut butter with cashew butter and the bread with sweet potato toast. Add some crumbled bacon for a salty topper, and dig in anytime of the day.

Get the recipe from The Real Food Dietitians!

A slightly more polished version of this dish brings in a variety of savory flavors that are sure to satisfy.

Top your toast with ingredients like crunchy cucumber and smoked salmon for a deliciously filling morning pick-me-up.

Get the recipe from Downshiftology!

This version of sweet potato toast could really be enjoyed for any meal, including dinner!

Top your toasted sweet potato with avocado, pate, and 4 ounces of fish (this recipe uses mahi-mahi). Garnish with herbs like dill and parsley. You’ll have a version of this toast that’d be great for entertaining guests at a dinner party or enjoyed at a family meal.

Another paleo-friendly option, it’s suitable for people who’ve adopted the autoimmune protocol (AIP) diet or are generally trying to reduce inflammation.

Get the recipe from The Castaway Kitchen!

The possibilities are really endless when it comes to this trendy dish. Enjoy sweet potato toast for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even as a snack.

Try out the recipes above to come up with your favorite concoction — just don’t forget to capture your creation on Instagram before you devour it all!