Friday! Yay!

I actually had a long work week, so I am super excited today is Friday. I get this weekend off, so I am looking forward to some relaxation time!

I can almost guarantee nothing productive will happen and I am totally ok with that.

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I love participating in Laura’s #stangebutgood, but I swear almost everything I eat is a little strange, and a lot of good, but when I have new to me idea’s those are the ones I like to share!

And I just so happen to have one of those.

I have been loving sweet potatoes lately.

I sometimes like to keep it simple.

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Simply roasted in coconut oil and sprinkled with cinnamon, then topped with a new obsession of protein coconut flour fluff.

For the fluff just mixed coconut flour, vanilla protein powder, almond milk, and liquid vanilla stevia drops until a cookie dough consistency is reached. So simple. So delish.

But then I decided to get a bit creative one day with my sweet potato.

It started off simple by making a protein sweet potato frosting and using it to top a P28 flat bread.

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Sweet Potato Protein Frosting

– 1/2 small cooked sweet potato

– 1-2 tbsp vanilla protein powder ( I used Plant Fusion Vanilla Bean)

– 5-7 drop liquid vanilla stevia (I used SweetLeaf Sweet Drops)

– cinnamon

– 2-3 tbsp almond milk

Put everything into a magic bullet, or if you don’t have one you could mash by hand. Add more almond milk if needed to reach desired consistency. Spread frosting on a P28 flat bread and broil in oven until flat bread is crispy (about 5-10 minutes)

I drizzled mine with peanut flour mixed with almond milk.

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This was a delish little appetizer.

But that’s not the end, more sweet potato action happened.

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Sweet Potato Protein Nachos.

I’ve made savory sweet potato nachos before, but since I am still on this huge sweet kick and a probably not so healthy obsession with adding protein powder to everything (I really blame that 5+ tubs I have that I just want to get rid of), I decided to make sweet protein pumped nachos.

I cut my sweet potato into chips and baked them in a pre-heated oven until crispy. I topped them with a protein whipped cottage cheese (cottage cheese+vanilla protein powder+vanilla stevia+cinnamon).

To complete the dish I finished with a chocolate protein frosting drizzle, a little local seed mix sprinkle and a dollop of crunchy peanut butter.

These bad boys were amazing.

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I don’t know how long this sweet tooth trend is going to continue, I really do kind of miss savory dishes, and enjoy them when I go out to eat, but for some reason when I think about what I want to cook at home, sweet always wins.

But with creations like these, I’m completely ok with that.

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Do you prefer sweet or savory dishes?

What is your favorite sweet potato recipe?