Sweet Potato Buns

Sweet Potato Buns | Lexi's Clean Kitchen

These Sweet Potato Buns make for the perfect nutrient-rich bread-alternative! I love how creative you can get with them. Breakfast sandwiches, the traditional BLT, avocado toast… the options are endless!

Sweet Potato Buns - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

Sweet Potato Buns are my favorite! You can make them bigger or smaller, you can make them for  breakfast, for lunch, or for dinner! You can make them open face sliders or full sandwiches! So versatile!

Sweet Potato Buns - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

Simply roast the sweet potato, load with desired fillings, and DEVOUR! Whole30 compliant, grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free!

Sweet Potato Buns - Lexi's Clean Kitchen

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Sweet Potato Buns

Prep Time 5 min
Cook Time 25 min
Total Time 30 minutes

Author: Lexi
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    Sweet Potato Buns

    Make It Into A Breakfast Sandwich

    • Eggs, as desired
    • bacon, cooked
    • baby spinach, wilted


    • Preheat oven to 400°F and line baking sheet with parchment paper.
    • Cut sweet potatoes into 1/2 inch thick rounds. Toss with oil, cinnamon, and sea salt.
    • Lie flat on baking sheet and bake for 25 minutes or until fully cooked, flipping over halfway through.

    Recipe Notes

    • *This recipe was updated in March, 2017.


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    June 21, 2013

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    8 responses to “Sweet Potato Buns”

    1. bepcity says:

      Cool idea! It looks really good!

    2. Christina says:

      Amazing idea, I’ll definitely be trying this one!

    3. Regan says:

      How thin do your’s end up being and soft? Mine were still kinda had the feeling of a baked sweet potato after cooked for 25 minutes. They were really good though

    4. mario says:

      This buns are just great!! I like mixing flavors a lot, so the sweetish flavor in there is even better than bread. I just tryed them today with miniburgers. With this type of ideas staying paleo is so easy. Thanks.

    5. Traci says:

      Just did this in 15 min flat (I cut mine thinner than recommended) and they were perfect! Thanks for this recipe! ?

    6. Sonya Adkins says:

      How do you store and how lucky no willtbey keep if make a batch? Thx

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