These hearty Stuffed Sweet Potatoes are a delicious, easy and filling meal great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They’re AIP, paleo and Whole30 compliant and so versatile!
Tender and fluffy sweet potatoes are stuffed with crispy bacon, crunchy cabbage, creamy avocado and a squeeze of zesty lime juice for a delicious, easy and satisfying meal that’s amazing for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This recipe is not only AIP but Whole30 compliant and totally customizable.
Those of you following the autoimmune paleo protocol who struggle with nutrient-dense breakfast ideas will love this recipe! It’s the perfect combination of sweet and savory for folks who prefer a little bit of sweetness with their breakfast and is such a great recipe to meal prep on the weekend for quick weekday breakfasts!
Here’s what you need for these Avocado and Bacon Stuffed Sweet Potatoes:
- medium sized sweet potatoes (I used orange but you can use any variety)
- bacon (can substitute with mushrooms for a vegetarian option)
- purple cabbage
- red onion
- olive oil
- sea salt
To prepare these Stuffed Sweet Potatoes:
- Wash and scrub sweet potatoes and pat dry. Use a fork to prick holes several times throughout each of the potatoes and drizzle with olive oil and a sprinkle of sea salt.
- Place potatoes onto a parchment-lined baking sheet and bake at 400F for 45-50 minutes, or until fork tender.
- As sweet potatoes bake, combine the filling ingredients (with the exception of the avocado and lime juice ) in a large bowl.
- Once ready, make a slit lengthwise across the top of each sweet potato and fluff the insides with a fork before stuffing with filling and topping with avocado and a squeeze of lime juice.
Can I make the sweet potatoes ahead of time?
Yes! This is a great meal prep recipe because you can bake the potatoes ahead of time, fluff them and refrigerate them for 2-3 days. When ready to eat, I suggest re-heating the potatoes before stuffing with your fillings of choice. If you’re filling with meat, you can also prepare this ahead of time and simply prepare fresh herbs and veggies on the day of.
Can I freeze these?
I wouldn’t recommend freezing this recipe.
Can I make substitutions?
Make this dish vegan by substituting the bacon with sautéed mushrooms, swap out the bacon for another protein of choice, skip the shredded cabbage, anything goes. You can really stuff these sweet potatoes with any combination of ingredients you like. If you do make substitutions, my advice is to keep some fresh herbs and something with a kick like the red onions here. You also want to salt your filling really well to balance out the sweetness of the baked sweet potato.
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Looking for more Sweet Potato based AIP recipes? You might enjoy:
- Baked Haddock in Sweet Potato Cream Sauce
- Stuffed Sweet Potato Cakes
- Sweet Potato and Spinach Ravioli