These Sweet Potato Egg Wrap Bites make an easy, healthy breakfast, lunch or snack. They’re kid-friendly and can be prepped ahead of time so they come together quickly!
Crack one egg into a bowl and whisk with fork.
Pour into a hot pan greased with oil or butter and tilt pan to spread egg into a circle.
Let cook for 30 seconds, flip and let cook 30 seconds more.
Repeat until you’ve made your desired number of wraps.
Place thinly sliced sweet potatoes on a baking sheet. Brush with oil and sprinkle with paprika. Bake at 400 degrees F for 16-18 minutes, flipping once, or until soft but not crispy.
Place two sliced of sweet potato down the middle of an egg wrap. Top with avocado.
Cut horizontally into 4 strips.
Add two slices of chicken sausage to each section on top of the avocado and then roll up.
Alternatively: Place two slices of sweet potato in an egg wrap. Top with peanut butter (and jelly if desired).
Roll up and cut into 4 bite-sized pieces.
You can make the egg wraps and sweet potato slices ahead of time. You can also make guacamole and slice the chicken sausages ahead of time to make these quick and easy to assemble.
Serve warm or cold.
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