Need a healthy Mexican food meal or some game day snacks? This healthy sweet potato nacho recipe is a crowd pleaser for the Superbowl or a quick easy weeknight family meal!
I love this healthy sweet potato nacho recipe for any time because the toppings are endless and the Mexican flavor is delicious! Eat them with your hands or serve them on a dinner plate. Your family and friends will love adding their own toppings.
These sweet potato nachos are a less processed whole food option and provide a ton of nutrition with veggies, lean protein, and complex carbs. I layered my nachos to have extras for lunch leftovers.
Try these nacho alternatives with zucchini, white potatoes, or any other veggie that sounds good! It’s an easy way to sneak in vegetables and a kid approved dinner!
I strongly encourage getting a veggie dicer for this recipe. With all the amazing vegetable toppings, it will significantly make chopping veggies faster. I also love using an avocado saver for the other half!
Sweet Potato Nacho Nutrition Info:
Sweet Potato: contains a good amount of fiber as well as vitamin A, vitamin C, manganese and several other vitamins and minerals. They are a bit lower on the glycemic index scale as well compared to regular potatoes. Remember to slice potatoes thin to make them more of a crispy sweet potato chip.
Black Beans: are a good source of dietary fiber and folate. Furthermore, they also contain copper, manganese, vitamin B1, phosphorus, protein, magnesium and iron. Beans are powerhouses for nutrition! Beans are also a healthy vegetarian protein source.
Green Onions: low calorie, high fiber and some micronutrients including vitamin K, and vitamin C. Secondly, it’s a great way to add flavor and crunch without the calories!
Bell Peppers: Bell peppers are very high in vitamin C, and one bell pepper may provide over 100% of your daily needs. Bell peppers in salsa is delicious!