Sweet Potato Toast


Apparently, you can toast sweet potato slices in your toaster.

And have "toast".


Who would have thought THAT up? I mean, I'd be worried about the taters oozing their orange stuff all over the innards of the toaster, emitting smoke and possibly, flames.

Oh. But what the hell? I'm in for a new adventure!

*Fingers crossed that the toaster survives and I don't need to grab the fire extinguisher*

Guess what?

It works!

I kid you not!

Grab yourself a medium size sweet potato and scrub it clean.  Grab a mandoline, or if you don't have that, grab a super sharp, heavy duty knife and cutting board.

Slice the potato in to 1/4 inch slices, be careful you don't slice off your finger tips in the process. Cuz that's just no fun!

Take two slices and put them in the toaster. Toast on high for a full cycle and then toast a 2nd time.  Keep an eye on your toaster ... I didn't have any issues, but I'm just saying, be careful and keep an eye on it!

I was nervous on the first batch so I pulled them out and finished it up in the toaster oven. But then, I tried again and was feeling more brave and it works!!

I used the little PLASTIC tongs I picked up from the Dollar Store years ago ... they are great for parties AND for grabbing stuff out of the toaster!

Go ahead, give this a try! It's perfect for Whole30, just in case you were wondering!

Looking forward to sharing with some of these GREAT Parties ... go check them out!

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  1. Will have to try this but I have these http://www.legendcookshop.co.uk/toaster-bags-2444-0.html?gclid=Cj0KEQiAsf_BBRDMpoOHw4aSq4QBEiQAPm7DLwtN9eo6O2sbuS6-ZpV89SretDjirs8h8zQM7ig5jjIaAsNM8P8HAQto

    I get mine from the 'Pound Shop' and they last for ages.


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