Healthy Sweet Potato Crunch Bread is great for a lighter breakfast on the go. Simple and satisfying.
This healthy sweet potato crunch bread is like everything you love about sweet potato casserole in every bite! Lightly sweetened with brown sugar and made entirely without butter, this is one quick bread recipe that won’t give you guilt!
Clearly you guys love love love quick breads that don’t make your jeans fit too tight. And in all seriousness? So do I. Give the people what they want, right?
So I took that recipe - the one that I actually based on the very first thing I ever learned how to make by myself at age 9 - and tweaked it yet again to yield this healthy sweet potato crunch bread.
Applesauce is my favorite easy healthy swap in baking. Between applesauce and Greek yogurt, you can lighten up a WHOLE LOT of recipes!
There’s no Greek yogurt here, but if I could point you towards my Greek yogurt cheddar biscuits for a second… you’ll totally thank me. Anyway, applesauce -- unsweetened applesauce -- works just like butter in this quick bread batter.
Pairing the applesauce with mashed sweet potatoes makes this bread ULTRA moist. The brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg lend all the flavor of a sweet potato casserole.
So amazingly delicious!
The pecan crunch topping was a last minute decision. I thought about adding the pecans to the batter, which you can totally do, but the crunchy sweetness on TOP of the bread made me happy. It reminds me of coffee cake.
If you are interested in a more traditional sweet potato bread, there’s also this sweet potato quick bread recipe. It also calls for applesauce! But yields a larger single loaf.
Healthy sweet potato crunch bread is perfect for a lighter breakfast on the go. It’s an awesome little snack. And it tallies in at under 100 calories per serving!!! You really can’t go wrong with that!
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