Do you struggle with what to eat for breakfast? Get tired of the same ole same ole? I love a good breakfast hash and they have become a go to! They are so filling and full of flavor! My favorite way is to just throw something together with the foods I have on hand! Using leftovers makes it so easy. The recipe below includes all foods I had on hand, some precooked and some fresh. It is so simple. I have literally used left over asparagus before!
Rotisserie Chicken (from the store already pulled apart)
Sauteed Sweet Potato + Butternut Squash chunks
Diced bell pepper
Kale (cleaned and chopped)
Spinach (cleaned and chopped)
Cooking oil of choice (I use coconut or avocado)
Preheat a skillet pan on medium heat with your oil of choice.
Add diced bell pepper and pear and start cooking. After they start to soften I add the precooked sweet potato and squash. (If using fresh sweet potato or squash I will add at the same time as pear and bell pepper) Stir frequently.
After about 5-10 minutes of cooking (as the sweet potato/squash soften) add kale and spinach and continue to stir frequently.
After the kale and spinach are wilting & softening I add the chicken. (Sometimes I toss chicken in hot sauce for a little heat and counters with the pear & sweet potato) Once the ingredients are cooked through move the hash to side and add egg(s) and cook to desired firmness.
Another reason I love breakfast hash is you can cook it once and then reheat during the week! Easy peasy!
And if throwing foods together to create something isn’t your thing and you want further inspiration here is a favorite breakfast HASH RECIPE
I’d love to hear in the comments if you make a breakfast hash and if you decide to try one let me know!
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Until Next time,