On The Go - Microwavable Breakfast

Quick, easy breakfast full of protein? Count me in! How about sweet potato, tofu, and avocado breakfast bowl is full of flavor and offers almost 20 grams of protein with fiber and healthy fats included.

This meal can be prepped if needed for a few mornings a head of time. Roast three sweet potatoes ahead of time, store them in the fridge, and warm one up in the microwave in the morning.

I've tried this treat AND I'm not normally a fan of tofu, but it is delish!! Enjoy and THINK HEALTH! :)


  • 1 small sweet potato

  • 2 squares store-bought marinated baked tofu (Trader Joe's or Nasoya Terriyaki)

  • 1/2 small avocado (or 1/4 large)

  • 1 tablespoon salted cashews, chopped (optional)


  • Wash the sweet potato and make about six small cuts on the sides.

  • Microwave it for two minutes.

  • Flip it over and microwave for another two to three minutes or until it's soft when gently squeezed.

  • While the sweet potato is cooking, cube the tofu and slice the avocado.

  • Keep the tofu cold or warm it up in the microwave for 20 seconds.

  • Cut the sweet potato in cubes, place them in a bowl, top with the tofu and avocado (and optional cashews)

Nutritional Facts Without cashews

Nutritional Facts WITH Cashews

Article: A Healthy 3-Ingredient Breakfast You Can Make in the Microwave

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