Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats

Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats

Hey guys! I’ve been getting a TON of questions from many of you regarding easy vegan recipes & how to transition to a plant-based diet the right way. Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats are my fave because they are full of fiber, protein, flavor and cost less than $15 to make! sweet potato recipes, stuffed sweet potato recipes, vegan stuffed sweet potato, stuffed sweet potato, better bean co, food blogger, holistic nutrition, holistic nutritionist, healed by food, healedbyfood, healthyhairtotoe, healthy hair to toe, easy vegan recipes, vegan breakfast, vegan recipes

When transitioning to a vegan or plant-based lifestyle you really should start slow. A slow and steady pace while transitioning will help take the pressure off your journey. It’ll also give you more creative juices while experimenting with different flavors and recipes. You’re going to want to refrain from overspending and overbuying. This makes sweet potato the perfect veggie to have on hand. Whether you’re newly plant-based, transitioning or have followed this lifestyle for 20 years it doesn’t matter! sweet potato recipes, stuffed sweet potato recipes, vegan stuffed sweet potato, stuffed sweet potato, better bean co, food blogger, holistic nutrition, holistic nutritionist, healed by food, healedbyfood, healthyhairtotoe, healthy hair to toe, easy vegan recipes, vegan breakfast, vegan recipes

Sweet Potatoes are so versatile that you can enjoy them for breakfast, lunch, snack and/or dinner. They can last in the fridge up to 1 week after cooking, making it the perfect meal or snack prep addition. Sweet potatoes also cost less than $5 whether by the pound, bag or individually bought. Splurge on organic if you’d like because they won’t break the bank at all 🙂

You can stuff these babies with anything you’d like! I chose quinoa as my whole grain complex carb. Complex carbs are essential to any diet. They release glucose more slowly into the bloodstream, offering a steadier source of energy to keep blood sugar levels stable. Say bye to hunger pains If you’re not a fan of quinoa you can substitute it for brown rice or another whole grain complex carb. I used Better Bean Co., Roasted Chipolte Beans for delicious fiber/protein and avocado as my healthy fat.sweet potato recipes, stuffed sweet potato recipes, vegan stuffed sweet potato, stuffed sweet potato, better bean co, food blogger, holistic nutrition, holistic nutritionist, healed by food, healedbyfood, healthyhairtotoe, healthy hair to toe, easy vegan recipes, vegan breakfast, vegan recipes

These Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats made the PERFECT post workout meal! Tip: I always cook my quinoa with veggies, garlic, pepper sauce and sea salt. Lord knows I couldn’t eat it any other way.

Here’s the recipe! Let me know if you try it!

Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats
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Servings
2-4 people
Servings
2-4 people
Vegan Stuffed Sweet Potato Boats
Print Recipe
Servings
2-4 people
Servings
2-4 people
Ingredients
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Wash all potatoes.
  3. Cut each sweet potato in half end-to-end across the top.
  4. Rub each potato with a thin layer of avocado oil and sprinkle with garlic & pink Himalayan salt.
  5. Place on baking pan/sheet.
  6. Bake 45-60 minutes, or until you can pierce them easily with a knife.
  7. Fluff the inside with a fork before stuffing with your favorite toppings.
Quinoa
  1. Prepare quinoa as usual but add bell peppers, onion and garlic while cooking it. Add dash of pink Himalayan salt to taste. You can try adding a Jamaican hot pepper like I do to spice things up.
Beans
  1. Canned beans: simmer with avocado or olive oil, 1 bay leaf, garlic, onion, pepper, oregano, tomato sauce, salt and black pepper. If using fresh beans: Sort, rinse and cook accordingly. Lazy hack: Try adding Better Bean Co's Roasted Chipotle Red Bean Dip.
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