I am not on any special diet and I love carbs, so I'm not afraid of toast, either. But I do know that sweet potatoes are good for you, and they're reasonably tasty, but I run out of ideas for them. So, when I saw this recipe on Pinterest, I thought it was worth a try with the sad, lonely sweet potato I have had in my cupboard for over a month (don't judge). Bonus: it involves cooking a food without heating up the entire kitchen by turning on the oven.
I simply cut the potato into slices by cutting off the pointy ends and cutting lengthwise. Any scraps you have from the ends all around can be steamed and frozen or cooked into any number of veggie dishes. I didn't peel mine.
Then you pop slices into the toaster just like it's bread, although it's going to take longer to cook. My "toast" was firm-tender after two cycles on "8". I buttered mine and sprinkled cinnamon and brown sugar on top. It was OK. I was reasonably full when I added a small dish of yogurt on the side. I'm not going to do it again, because I love bagels too much. There they are at the bottom.