So I wanted to create a bread that was full of flavour, grain free and gluten free and dairy free. I’m calling it sweet potato miracle breakfast bread because after the number of attempts it took to make it…it’s a miracle that there is bread at all!
This bread bakes nicely, is easy to make and freezes well in slices. I like to retoast the slices in a sandwich press after defrosting, as it helps bring out the crunchy nutty flavour.
I have made lots of things with my favourite veggie (sweet potato) over the years I’ve been running Kidgredients, and the main reason for that is it is seriously the most versatile ever veggie, it works in savoury or sweet options and it can be used in so many ways! Steamed, baked, fried, mashed, grated…the list goes on.
But back to that miracle bread. I think one of the hardest things about being gluten free is if you previously could eat gluten…then all the gluten free breads etc taste weird. That’s why I’ve done this loaf, it is entirely different so there are none of the expectations of bread.
It’s jampacked with flavour too and crunch! The seeds really help to create the savoury base for the “bread”. Just think: getting this much veg into the kids at breakfast means the pressure is off a little for the rest of the day.
Serve it with bacon and eggs, smoked salmon and poached eggs, or eat it slathered with butter or even peanut butter. It’s perfect for a savoury breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up. Don’t try to put this in your regular toaster as it tends to burn a little quickly.