Yes! It’s delicious and healthy, too.
I’m always looking for ways to have protein at breakfast. I know you’re going to say sweet potatoes and oatmeal don’t have any protein! By themselves they don’t but together, they’re OK. A serving of oatmeal has about 5 grams, a serving of sweet potatoes has about 4. Add some nuts (3-4 grams depending on what kind and how much) and some milk (4-8 grams depending on how much) and you’re doing pretty well as far as having some protein for breakfast. Plus sweet potatoes have tons of other vitamins and fiber.
There’s really no recipe for this. It’s pretty flexible. I made some sweet potatoes specifically for this – just wash them, prick them with a fork, wrap them in aluminum foil, and bake them at 400 degrees. They take at least an hour, depending on how big they are — start checking them after an hour — they’re done when they are soft and easy to squeeze. Of course it would be faster if you already had some leftover sweet potatoes on hand.
I made the oatmeal as usual, and added some dried cranberries (optional) while it was cooking. Then once it was cooked I added the cooked sweet potatoes to it. I put it in two bowls, added a pat of butter, some brown sugar, some chopped almonds, and some milk to each bowl. Next time I’ll add some cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice, which would be really good.