Clean Eating Baked Sweet Potato Bar

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 This baked sweet potato bar idea is a great clean eating recipe and it provides kids with the opportunity to choose their toppings from a variety of healthy options. This is an easy meal to serve to guests as well! Here is a list of topping ideas for you to set out for your family or guests: •Kale or Spinach •Broccoli •Asparagus •Green Beans •Zucchini •Beets •Chicken Breast •Eggs •Shrimp •Lean Turkey •Avocados •Tomatoes •Quinoa •Brown Rice •Almonds •Sunflower Seeds •Hummus •Non-fat or low-fat cheeses •Herbs •Edamame •Black Beans •Salsa My absolute favorite baked sweet potato is this Mediterranean version filled with kale, diced chicken, red peppers, hummus, a little Litehouse feta cheese and a sprinkle of dill. Serve this meal with a delicious smoothie filled with kale, spinach, strawberries and bananas and you have yourself one colorful meal!

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Baked Sweet Potato Bar

Serves 6 | Finish in 1 hour 15 minutes

A sweet potato bar consists of baked sweet potatoes and a variety of different toppings, allowing your family or guests to choose healthy additions they want to put on top!


Mediterranean Baked Potato:
1 medium sweet potato
½ cup kale
¼ cup grilled chicken
¼ cup roasted red peppers
2 Tbls hummus
2 Tbls Litehouse feta cheese crumbles
½ tsp Litehouse Instantly Fresh Dill

Veggie Baked Potato:
1 medium sweet potato
¼ cup roasted zucchini
¼ cup roasted broccoli
½ cup cooked quinoa
¼ tsp Litehouse Instantly Fresh Chives
¼ tsp Litehouse Instantly Fresh Basil

Mexican Baked Potato:
1 medium sweet potato
¼ cup black beans
¼ cup diced avocado
2 Tbls fresh salsa
½ tsp Litehouse Instantly Fresh Cilantro


Preheat the oven to 400. Pierce the sweet potatoes several times with a fork. Bake for 45 minutes or until tender. Meanwhile, dice and prepare all of the sweet potato toppings. Place the broccoli, zucchini, red pepper and any vegetables that need to be cooked on a baking sheet and bake for the last 10 minutes the sweet potatoes are baking. Prepare a buffet with the sweet potatoes and all of the toppings.

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