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Aside from Japanese sweet potatoes, one of my favorite things ever is homemade brunch food that feels like a real weekend brunch food, but it takes minutes to whip up and is healthy and delicious. That’s the definition of these Japanese sweet potato sliders.


They’re super easy to make and they truly can please anyone who’s eating them. You can do a slider bar with all different toppings, or you can go with a classic brunch style of eggs, avocado, and a little salsa. Basic brunch and huevos rancheros meet your healthy little baby.

The other thing I love most about these is how accessible they are at all times. You probably have all of these ingredients sitting in your house right now, (ok maybe it’s just me who has sweet potatoes stocked at all times), but either way, these are all very easy to find. Basically, if they’re not already a part of your kitchen staples they’re about to be.



We’ve been eating these for brunch, dinner, and even as apps during happy hour at home 🙂 They go great with coffee or even a glass of wine.

Alright fine, I’ll just say it, they go good with EVERYTHING.




Japanese Sweet Potatoes

Organic Eggs



Ghee (or butter)



Happy Cooking!

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japanese sweet potato sliders
Prep Time 30 minutes
4-6 people
Prep Time 30 minutes
4-6 people
  1. Preheat oven to 400*
  2. Cut japanese sweet potato into 1/2 inch slices, trying to make each slice as even as possible.
  3. Place sweet potato slices on baking tray making sure that none of them overlap.
  4. Lightly coat each sweet potato slice with ghee or butter and place in oven. Cook for 30-45 min (depending on your oven) until sweet potatoes start showing signs of browning. Each one should have multiple browned spots on top.
  5. While sweet potatoes are cooking, add 3 to 4 whole eggs into a bowl and beat with a fork. Make sure you mix the yolks and whites well and beat until eggs get a little fluffy.
  6. Add ghee to your pan and scramble eggs.
  7. Mash one avocado with a pinch of salt and garlic powder.
  8. Layer your sweet potato slices with a pinch of ghee, mashed avocado, scrambled eggs and a small spoonful of salsa.
  9. Eat with your hands and enjoy!
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