Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash
I've made this breakfast hash a couple of time this week and I'm obsessed! It's simple, filling, delicious, and Whole 30 compliant. Ingredients: 1 tbsp Coconut Oil 2 Cups of diced Sweet Potato 1 Apple Aidells Chicken and Apple Sausage or any other Whole 30 approved sausage. We found Aidells at our local Kroger.
- Peel and cut sweet potatoes. We try to do all of our major food prep like washing and cutting vegetables on Sunday afternoons or evenings. It's helpful to cut what you can ahead of time. I didn't cut the apple ahead of time because they brown so quickly.
- Heat one tbsp of coconut oil over med-high heat. Once it's warm, throw in your sweet potatoes and season with salt.
- Cut your chicken sausage and add it to the pan. Luke makes his own breakfast scramble (I'm not an egg eater) so we split one Aidells sausage. They're pretty big! You can add as much or little sausage as you like.
- Dice your apple and add it to the hash. I used a small lunchbox size apple. I don't aim to cook the apple, just warm it up and incorporate the other flavors.
I've also made a variation with chopped up bell peppers instead of apples. Equally delicious!
You can make a big batch and keep it in the fridge, but I like making it fresh every morning. Whatever works for you! Also, I'd totally eat this for any other meal, not just breakfast. Try it out and let me know if you like it as much as I do! - JJ