Say Hello To The World's First Superfood Toast
Meet our latest meal hack – sweet potato toast – or as we like to call it, Sweet PotaTOASTS. Until now, there was only one way to whip up this nutritiously sweet meal: peeling, slicing, cooking, and finally toasting sweet potato slices, which were so delicious they were gone before you could even clean up the kitchen. The days of that messy, time-consuming process are officially ‘toast.’ We do all that work for you, simply pop these frozen, ready-to-make roasted sweet potato slices in your toaster, toaster oven, or air fryer and enjoy your superfood ‘toast’ in minutes.
We’d say share, but we know that will be tough once you see how good these are ;)
What Makes Them So Good?
You mean aside from their sweet, soft-center, crispy-edge taste? Where do we even begin? Made from real sweet potato slices, this ‘toast’ is an excellent source of vitamin A & C, a good source of fiber & vitamin B6, and satisfies any gluten-free, vegan, or paleo dietary needs. Sweet PotaTOATS are a clean label, single ingredient, bread replacement.
Meet the best thing since sliced bread.
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We Love A Sweet Story
Not all recipes are created equal. We realized that the hard way when we first tried to make our own cauliflower pizza crust. Of course, that’s also what drove us to create CAULIPOWER.
A few years and many, many requests later, we’re back with another time-consuming food hack that is due for a revolution – Sweet PotaTOASTS.
Gluten-free, a good source of fiber, and packed with healthy nutrients, Sweet PotaTOASTS is a perfect solution for today’s busy people, as yummy as it is healthy and ready in minutes.
We’re revolutionizing vegetables. Join the Vegolution.
Gail Becker Founder & CEO, Vegolutionary Foods
Nurturing Our Most Important Crop
Sweet PotaTOASTS has joined the fight against childhood obesity by proudly supporting OneSun’s creation of vegetable gardens at underserved schools throughout the country.
We’ve partnered with OneSun to convert these gardens into real-life learning laboratories where children from first to fifth grade learn how to plant seeds, nurture growing plants, harvest produce, and ultimately understand the value of good eating habits, all while having fun in the fresh air, working with their hands under one sun, and learning what it means to be healthy.
Learn more at onesundonor.org.