Yogurt toast is a simple, healthy, filling, and satisfying breakfast. It only involves 3-4 simple ingredients that you probably have on hand in the fridge and pantry!
Sweet Pie Yogurt Toast is for anyone who LOVES a sweeter take on pie. This is a southern classic around the holidays and may sound strange to you, but just wait till you try it!
You already know my obsession with yogurt toast, and if you haven’t seen my other Pie Yogurt Toast Creations, you need to check them out. But this Sweet Potato PIE version is unique and fun and is a new way to use up those sweet potatoes in the pantry!
I usually roast some sweet potato at the beginning of the week, and use them in all kinds of ways for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And this is the perfect way to use those pre-roasted potatoes. just mash them up, and follow the rest of the steps below for a delicious, healthy and one of a kind breakfast!
This toast is great for dessert, but is also a great option if you are a sweet breakfast person. The greek yogurt adds protein, fiber int he sweet potato, fats from the nut butter and carbs in the bread combine for a perfectly balanced meal 🙂
Continue reading to learn the step by step of this Candy Bar inspired toast!
Here’s How to Do It!
The first step is to toast up your favorite bread (I usually use sourdough or this gluten free option). The yogurt topping requires a couple of steps which I’ve listed below. Nothing difficult, just needs a bit more prep work than some of my other slices of yogurt toast!
- you will need to have some roasted sweet potato on hand. You can roast this at the begging of the week and use it on the morning that you decide to make this slice, or you could roast it in advance that morning if you are willing to wait 45 minutes.
- once the sweet potato has been roasted, you’re going to mix about 2-3 tbsp of sweet potato with your plain yogurt of choice and some vanilla protein powder. I also like to add in some cinnamon at this step!
Once your yogurt mixture is created, we top the bread with a large helping of it.
Next, we’re going to top the yogurt with some cereal, granola or graham cracker crumbles. It truly doesn’t matter which cereal this is, but this is suppose to act as the “crust” flavor so make sure it’s slightly sweet!
And last but not least, we need the drizzle! You can truly use whatever nut butter you have on hand, but my recommendations would be: almond butter or sugar cookie peanut butter for and added sweetness. It may look like a bland slice of toast, but it is ANYTHING but that!
Helpful Hint: If your nut butter isn’t quite thin enough to drizzle, just add a touch of nut milk and mix together.
Yogurt toast can come in SO many variations (just check out all of my other Yogurt Toast creations for some inspiration). But, if you’re looking for a classic that will never get old, then this toast is simple and made just for you!
Be sure to tag me on Instagram if you make some – I love seeing others hop on the Yogurt Toast trend!