Whole 30 Recipe Revisit // Ashley’s Sweet Potato Bun

Oct 6

I loved sharing #ashleysweetpotatobun on @whole30recipes last week! I don’t know if I necessarily invented it, but I definitely had never seen such a thing when I dreamed of it earlier this year, LITERALLY a dream guys. Aren’t whole30 dreams the weirdest? Sorry, that’s off topic- Anyway, I made it the next day, posted it and I see those delicious little buns all over the place now! Here’s what you do: pick the largest sweet potato you can find, the rounder in shape the better. Slice into 1/4” pieces, and spread avocado oil on both sides. Place on a cookie sheet and shake some salt & pepper on them. Bake at 400° for 25 min. You will get these perfectly soft sweet potato buns, firm enough to hold in your burger & toppings. Its magic I tell ya. This right here is a bacon, guacamole, spinach burger – I use sugar free bacon, avocados mashed up with a little lime juice & sea salt and grass fed beef. If anyone gives you a hard time about diets and not eating well, you shove this in their face and they’ll change their tune real fast. Enjoy!

Ashley’s Sweet Potato Bun
Ingredients
  1. Large sweet potato (the rounder in shape the better)
  2. Avocado oil
  3. Salt & pepper
Instructions
  1. Pick the largest sweet potato you can find, the rounder in shape the better. Slice into 1/4” pieces, and spread avocado oil on both sides. Place on a cookie sheet and shake some salt & pepper on them. Bake at 400° for 25 min. You will get these perfectly soft sweet potato buns, firm enough to hold in your burger & toppings. Its magic I tell ya. This right here is a bacon, guacamole, spinach burger – I use sugar free bacon, avocados mashed up with a little lime juice & sea salt and grass fed beef. If anyone gives you a hard time about diets and not eating well, you shove this in their face and they’ll change their tune real fast. Enjoy!
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Ashley Rose Reeves https://ashleyrosereeves.com/

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