Paleo Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl


Paleo Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
102 calorie whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. Whole30 breakfast ideas. Best whole30 breakfast recipes. whole30 meal plan. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Whole30 recipes. Whole30 lunch. Whole30 meal planning. Whole30 meal prep. Healthy paleo meals. Healthy Whole30 recipes. Easy Whole30 recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes.

Easy whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. 

102 calorie whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. Whole30 breakfast ideas. Best whole30 breakfast recipes. whole30 meal plan. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Whole30 recipes. Whole30 lunch. Whole30 meal planning. Whole30 meal prep. Healthy paleo meals. Healthy Whole30 recipes. Easy Whole30 recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes.

Honestly, when I first started hearing rumors of sweet potato bowls I was like, “Come on bro that can’t taste good” (although I secretly wished I would really like it).

I have seen sweet potato bowls made with banana. But I don’t do a lot of bananas so I wanted to find something else to try it out with. I mean, I love sweet potatoes. Also love almond butter. And I love almond milk. So why not try that??

102 calorie whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. Whole30 breakfast ideas. Best whole30 breakfast recipes. whole30 meal plan. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Whole30 recipes. Whole30 lunch. Whole30 meal planning. Whole30 meal prep. Healthy paleo meals. Healthy Whole30 recipes. Easy Whole30 recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes.

All my presumptions were wrong. This bowl is dang delicious! Creamy and smooth. Filled with delicious sweet flavor and satisfying! Also, the protein balances everything out just right. I’m in love and think I just found my new breakfast go-to.

102 calorie whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. Whole30 breakfast ideas. Best whole30 breakfast recipes. whole30 meal plan. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Whole30 recipes. Whole30 lunch. Whole30 meal planning. Whole30 meal prep. Healthy paleo meals. Healthy Whole30 recipes. Easy Whole30 recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes.

The sweet rich creaminess from the sweet potatoes mingles with the spice of the cinnamon and ahhhhh, YUUMMMM. This bowl is pretty much just all my favorite foods blended together.

Lately, blueberries have been my jam… So topping this bowl was an easy choice. I also added a bit of full fat canned coconut milk to the top of mine… because it wasn’t rich enough. 😉

Since I’ve been including blueberries in my diet a lot lately (blueberry cauliflower smoothies, blueberries on my pancakes, toast, and just handfuls for snacking) I had to find another way to incorporate them into my diet. This bowl feels more hearty than a smoothie for some reason (and very filling!).

I love that blueberries are so low in sugar; it makes it easy for my body to have something a bit sweet without having the sugar crash and adrenaline. Plus antioxidant love!

102 calorie whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. Whole30 breakfast ideas. Best whole30 breakfast recipes. whole30 meal plan. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Whole30 recipes. Whole30 lunch. Whole30 meal planning. Whole30 meal prep. Healthy paleo meals. Healthy Whole30 recipes. Easy Whole30 recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes.

The fact that this bowl is only a few ingredients makes it a worry free breakfast to meal plan for. I usually ALWAYS have these ingredients on hand anyway. Almond butter, sweet potatoes, and almond milk are my snack staples so I wouldn’t be caught without them.

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Paleo Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
Easy whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth.
Ingredients
sweet potato bowl
optional toppings
Info
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
bowl
Course Main Dish
Votes: 29
Rating: 4
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Rate this recipe!
Info
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings
bowl
Course Main Dish
Votes: 29
Rating: 4
You:
Rate this recipe!
Ingredients
sweet potato bowl
optional toppings
Instructions
  1. If you don't already have a cooked sweet potato you can easily make one by cutting a sweet potato, drizzling it with olive oil, and cooking for 35 minutes on 400F.
  2. In a food processor or blender combine all the ingredients for the sweet potato bowl and blend until smooth.
  3. Top with blueberries, coconut milk, and cinnamon.
Nutrition Facts
Paleo Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl
Amount Per Serving
Calories 410 Calories from Fat 225
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 25g 38%
Saturated Fat 2g 10%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.1g
Sodium 63mg 3%
Potassium 368mg 11%
Total Carbohydrates 35g 12%
Dietary Fiber 9g 36%
Sugars 10g
Protein 12g 24%
Vitamin A 476%
Vitamin C 32%
Calcium 21%
Iron 15%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
102 calorie whole30 and paleo breakfast! Only takes 3 ingredients and a few minutes to make. Loaded with healthy fats and protein! Naturally sweetened with sweet potato. Creamy and addictively smooth. Whole30 breakfast ideas. Best whole30 breakfast recipes. whole30 meal plan. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes. Whole30 recipes. Whole30 lunch. Whole30 meal planning. Whole30 meal prep. Healthy paleo meals. Healthy Whole30 recipes. Easy Whole30 recipes. Easy whole30 dinner recipes.

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  1. 1
    Diane

    Hi Kaylie! Have just found your food blog & am very interested in following your creations! Due to food sensitivities i find myself leaning towards a paleo-grain & dairy-free existence. This recipe sounds like a nice change of pace from eggs but am curious about your calorie count….as 2 T. of almond butter alone is 190 calories. 🙂 Thanks!

  2. 3
    Jenna

    Just found your site and am loving it (your foodgawker photos lured me in!). I have celiac as well as food allergies & am a recovering anorexic (yes, sadly, I’m ~THAT~ person at the dinner table) and after a lot of chatting with my older brother who also struggles with food issues, Paleo is really looking like something I should give a dedicated try, above & beyond being simply gluten free. For the next 3 months, I’m going Paleo. Just one question, or rather a request for a bit of advice… any chance would you know if cashew, sunflower & pumpkin seed flours/milks/butters (which I make at home) would work as substitutes for all the almond products? In a weird way, I lucked out in the allergy front – I can have the aforementioned items BUT am wildly allergic to almonds, pecans & walnuts… which frankly seem to be the main must use in paleo cooking (the egg & banana allergy also sucks). Any chance you have fiddled with this type of substituting? Does one nuts/seed swap out 1 to 1? It’s likely a stab in the dark but hey, I figured it’s better to ask and sound like an idiot instead of making assumptions – and thus PROVING myself to be the idiot! Sorry for the novel length natter, I’m off again to read through your wonderful work. Thanks for all the magnificent work you have done on this site, its truly amazing.

  3. 9
    Krista

    LOL on that last comment. A nut allergy would mean any nut, I believe. I just improvised this recipe with what I have on hand. I used sunflower butter (from T. J.’s) and a popular fruit and honey spread (triple berry) for the nut butter and blueberries. Luckily I had the rest of the ingredients. It taste delicious. Thank you! P.S. I buy a bag of organic sweet potatoes from Costco. They are wonderful and I use that many because I don’t eat nightshade vegetables. (White potato)

  4. 10
    finance advice

    Hey! I could have sworn I’ve been to this website before but after reading through some of the post I realized it’s new to me. Anyways, I’m definitely happy I found it and I’ll be book-marking and checking back frequently!

  5. 11
    sue

    Wow, so happy to have found you. Cannot wait to try the Sweet Potatoes, Almond butter breakfast. Your pics are awesome. I will be back.

  6. 13
    health advice

    This is really interesting, You are a very skilled blogger. I have joined your feed and look forward to seeking more of your wonderful post. Also, I have shared your site in my social networks!

  7. 20
    Yami

    Hi! Found this recipe through Pinterest as I started my first round of Whole 30. I tried it this morning and fell in love! I used a blender and found I had to add more almond milk for it blend and look as smooth as yours. Still delicious! Definitely something I will make again.
    Do you know if this is something I can make ahead of time and warm up? Would love to have this on workdays. 😋

  8. 22
    Michaela

    How do you feel this meal keeps – for meal planning. Is it something that reheats well so it can been eaten all week long when made ahead?

  9. 30
    Jennifer

    This is absolutely amazing! I don’t think I would have gotten through Whole30 without this. It continues to be my go to breakfast most mornings. Thank you so much! Looking forward to trying your other recipes!

  10. 34
    Marin Morales

    How does this recipe store as leftovers? Could I potentially make a big batch at the beginning of the week and have it taste good over the next 5 days? It looks amazing and I want to make it a staple of my meal prep if possible!

  11. 36
    Sara

    This looks great but it’s not Whole30. The almond milk linked to has rice starch in it… Any suggested W30 alternatives? Saw in your earlier post that coconut milk wouldn’t behave the same.

  12. 38
    Allyson

    Hi Kaylie, I’m preparing for a Whole30 and this looks good – but I’m allergic to almonds (and all other nuts)! I will substitute sunbutter for the almond butter, but can I use coconut water or coconut milk for the almond milk?

  13. 42
    Dyan

    I used the banana and almond milk/coconut creamer topped with blueberries. It was delicious and filling and made enough for two breakfasts. It felt very indulgent , like Belgian waffles but without the gross stuffed sugar high afterwards. Will definitely make this again ! Thanks !

  14. 43
    Kaleigh

    Made this for breakfast this morning. Considering I thoroughly enjoy sweet potatoes, I figured I’d like this. Nope. I LOVED it! Thanks for my new “go-to” recipe!

  15. 46
    Kathihin

    Thanks for sharing! I’m on whole 30 and was looking for other breakfast options, and yours sounds delightful. I can’t wait to try it!

  16. 47
    Lisa

    I love the recipe I changed it up a little I added three sweet potatoes a banana and a half. I used 9 tablespoons of water and about 9 tablespoons of almond butter… I boiled my sweet potatoes on top of the stove and then peel the skin then added them to the blender with the bananas and the almond butter. I will have the cinnamon or the blueberries when I eat it. I pre sample it was phenomenal. A must-have recipe. Thanks for sharing blessings.

  17. 49
    Faith Ukwuomah

    A very interesting recipe. Would it be good for weight management? I’ve been trying to get more creative with my breakfast of late while keeping nutrition in mind as protein and fiber are key for me.

  18. 51
    Sunshine

    The flavors were delicious however the almond butter overpowered the sweet potatoes. Will cut the almond butter in half next time. Again too much almond butter. Otherwise a good breakfast bowl.

  19. 54
    Erika Tejeda

    OMG this recipe just made my day!!! I am meal prepping & would like this to be my go to breakfast. How long will this last in the fridge? I’m so excited to make your recipes!!

    Thanks!!!

    • 55
      Kaylie

      Thank you Erika! Um, not sure how long exactly- I actually have some in the fridge that’s been there for 3 days and it’s still good, so I would keep it around 4-5 days.

  20. 56
    Morgan

    Hello, do you think a whiter sweet potato would work/taste just as good with this recipe? Also, I’m doing the paleo diet to regulate blood sugars, so do you think using a boiled sweet potato would work instead of a bake one?

  21. 58
    Karen Parker

    Thanks for your Sweet Potato Bowl recipe. I’m on a very low soduim diet plus, other restrictions. I’m going to try this then check more into the whole 30 recipes. AGAIN, THANK YOU!!

  22. 64
    Emily Pitts

    I’m not eating any specific plan, the recipe just looked good. I didn’t blend it, I like it chunkier typically. I also sprinkled coconut flakes on top. I followed the recipe and toppings otherwise. It was delicious in every single way, thank you!

  23. 66
    Brittany Richard

    This might be a silly question…but ALL of this is super new to me. When I cook my sweet potato and go to put it in the blender.. do I leave skin on and everything?

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