Stuffed Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl

A perfectly balanced breakfast you can make in 5 minutes – this stuffed sweet potato breakfast bowl is loaded with protein, complex carbs, and healthy fats. 

STUFFED sweet potato breakfast bowl | Siggi's, Wella Bar, easy, gluten free, recipe, simple, healthy, almond butter | hungrybynature.com

Happy Monday Tuesday friends! How’s your week going to far?

Pat and started our weekend early last week (on Wednesday night with the Kings of Leon Concert!) and flew to Seattle to visit friends for an extra long weekend. We got home last night and I feel refreshed and ready to take on the week. Who’s with me?!

The thing that is hardest for me about coming home is the empty fridge. I thrive on Sunday meal prep and having a fridge full of food ready for my breakfasts and lunches. It helps keep me on track and makes getting out the door in the morning a breeze.

STUFFED sweet potato breakfast bowl | Siggi's, Wella Bar, easy, gluten free, recipe, simple, healthy, almond butter | hungrybynature.com

Sweet potatoes are always on my meal prep list – sometimes roasted, but most often baked or steamed and left in the fridge. My love for sweet potatoes is pretty obvious, as shown here, here, and here; but I’ve recently been eating them for breakfast as the base to my protein stuffed sweet potato breakfast bowls.

These bowls are loaded will ALL the goods – siggi’s plain yogurt, banana slices, Awesome Almond Wella Bar, and extra almond butter for good measure.

Let’s make them!

STUFFED sweet potato breakfast bowl | Siggi's, Wella Bar, easy, gluten free, recipe, simple, healthy, almond butter | hungrybynature.com

As you know, I love Wella Bars. I became an ambassador for the company because I believe not only in their products and ingredients, but their mission. And while I love eating their protein bars plain, I like to experiment and incorporate them into other recipes. That’s what I like to call a #wellahack. This bowl is the champion of #wellahacks.

STUFFED sweet potato breakfast bowl | Siggi's, Wella Bar, easy, gluten free, recipe, simple, healthy, almond butter | hungrybynature.com

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Stuffed Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl #wellahack
 
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 1 cooked sweet potato
  • ½ cup plain yogurt, I prefer Siggis
  • ½ banana, sliced
  • 1 Awesome Almond Wella Bar
  • 1 teaspoon almond butter
Instructions
  1. Slice the cooked sweet potato in half and add it to a bowl.
  2. Top the potato with yogurt and banana slices.
  3. Crumble an Awesome Almond Wella Bar on top of the banana and add a little more almond butter for good measure.

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STUFFED sweet potato breakfast bowl | Siggi's, Wella Bar, easy, gluten free, recipe, simple, healthy, almond butter | hungrybynature.com

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14 thoughts on “Stuffed Sweet Potato Breakfast Bowl

  1. Emily

    You know that I’m a fan of anything loaded, especially toast, but a stuffed sweet potato? Now that sounds as good as a stuffed banana split. I should try this with a Wella Bar.

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    1. Ellie Post author

      I totally agree! And I am always so jealous of your loaded toast – I need to start doing that again!!

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    1. Ellie Post author

      I’ve been eating a lot of sweet potatoes for breakfast lately and am loving it! You’ll have to let me know what you think!!

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    1. Ellie Post author

      Hi Katelyn! The calories and sugar will vary depending on the size of your sweet potato and banana, but here is a good estimate:

      Small sweet potato: 114 calories, 6 grams sugar
      1/2 cup Siggi’s plain: 75 calories, 2.5 grams sugar
      1/2 banana: 50 calories, 7 grams sugar
      Awesome Almond Wella Bar: 200 calories, 8 grams sugar

      While this might seem like a lot of sugar, it is all naturally occurring sugar (sweet potato, banana) or unrefined sugar (honey). Let me know if you have any other questions!

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    1. Ellie Post author

      Hi Vicki! You can find almond butter at almost any grocery store – it should be right next to the peanut butter! My favorite place to buy it is Trader Joe’s. You can also make it yourself or find it at online retailers like Amazon. Let me know if you want other recommendations on brands or would like a recipe to make it yourself!

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