Loaded Sweet Potato Avocado Toast

Loaded Chipotle Sweet Potatoes & Kale with Pickled Radishes are fun, healthy, and filling toppings for classic avocado toast! A perfect vegan snack or main.

Loaded Sweet Potato Avocado Toast

I know – avocado toast is SO over, and even if it weren’t, you don’t need a recipe for it. This trend might be on it’s way out, but you’ll still find me (and pretty much everyone else on Instagram) happily smashing & snapping away.

I usually keep mine simple – avocado, lemon, salt, pepper, and a sprinkle of hemp seeds. It’s a perfect combo that doesn’t need to be messed with, but since this was “dinner toast” for us one night last week, I thought I’d get a little fancier with the toppings. (Also, Jack is still claiming that he doesn’t like avocado, but if I hide it a little, no complaints).

Loaded Sweet Potato Avocado Toast ingredients

This chart of ingredients looks a little fussy, but most of these are pantry staples and items that I happened to have on hand. For example, the adobo sauce (our favorite addition here) comes from a leftover can of chipotles that I had previously opened for this chili recipe. So feel free to use and re-use whatever you like. Send me your winning combos and, together, let’s keep this trend alive!

Loaded Sweet Potato Avocado Toast

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Loaded Sweet Potato Avocado Toast

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Serves: 2, makes 4 toasts
  • 1 medium avocado
  • about 4 slices whole grain bread
  • squeeze of lemon
  • salt & pepper
version #1: Spicy Sweet Potato
  • ½ cup cubed sweet potatoes
  • a few teaspoons adobo sauce (from a can of chipotles in adobo)*
  • 1 tablespoon pepitas, toasted
  • ½ serrano pepper, sliced
version #2: Kale & Pickled Radish
  1. Chop your sweet potatoes in to small cubes. Drizzle with olive oil, salt & pepper, and roast them in the oven or on a cast iron skillet. Oven: 400 degrees for about 20 minutes. Skillet: brown the edges in the skillet for about 10 minutes. If potatoes are not cooked through, add a little water, cover, and let steam until they're fully cooked.
  2. Toast your bread. Use the back of a fork to smush avocado onto it. Add a squeeze of lemon and a pinch of salt and pepper. Add toppings as pictured or however you like!
*Find these in the Mexican aisle of most grocery stores.

Make this gluten-free by using your favorite gluten-free bread.



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Rate this recipe (after making it):  

  1. Avo on toast with never get old! Works for every meal of the day, plus snacks. I love mine with nutritional yeast and sesame seeds sprinkled on top…that’s if it makes it onto the toast…

  2. I need to stop reading your recipes when I’m hungry! Seriously! These look like a great lunch!

  3. Avocado toast could never be over! I never get tired of seeing new, unique ways to make a (now) classic combo into something interesting. Looks delicious.

  4. Yanic from familyfaithfoodfabric.wordpress.com

    Sounds like heaven!

  5. Kelly from beagleandbear.com

    What a delicious combo!

  6. Brionna

    I am obsessed with avocado toast and eat it almost daily. I like avocado mashed with olive oil, garlic salt, and a bit of fresh lemon juice. I top it with chocolate cherry tomatoes and chives and then drizzle some siracha on top.

  7. Love it! In the summertime I could eat avocado toast with tomatoes, olive oil and Maldon salt every day.

  8. I will never ever tire of avocado toast! I love sprinkling homemade dukkah on mine. But this sweet potato version sounds incredible! That adobo, must try.

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We love to eat, travel, cook, and eat some more! We create & photograph vegetarian recipes from our home in Chicago, while our shiba pups eat the kale stems that fall on the kitchen floor.