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I love starting off my day with a lower carb meal, for me personally it reduced my hunger and sugar cravings later in the day, this sweet potato breakfast hash is just the ticket to keep me going strong while a bowl of cereal is going to leave me starving and ready for a doughnut around 10 am. I’m currently obsessed with this easy sheet pan sweet potato breakfast hash! While i’m calling it a “breakfast hash” don’t limit to just breakfast! It’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, breakfast for dinner, or even, dare I say, lunch? I’m down to make and eat this any time of day! Just Chop up those vegetables, toss with olive oil and seasonings, bake—Voila! Done! You’ve got a healthy and low carb (if that’s your thing) meal ready to go!
This recipe has chopped and roasted sweet potatoes, onions, bell pepper, sausage, topped off with eggs, fresh avocado, and a little bit of parmesan for a delicious meal!
Following a Low Carb or Whole 30/Paleo diet? This sweet potato breakfast hash was made just for you!
I’m not only obsessed with this meal because of how easy AND how delicious it is, but also because its super healthy! For me, I’m always trying to watch my carb intake (usually so I can make more room in my macros for my brown butter chocolate chip cookies!). So this is a great lower-carb recipe that I work into my meal rotation. Sweet potatoes are lower in carbs than regular potatoes and are packed with more fiber and nutrients too! If you’ve jumped on the low carb diet, Atkins, or keto diet train give this recipe a try! It has only 10 net carbs per serving!
If you’re following a whole 30 or Paleo diet just omit the cheese and you’ll be set!
The onion and bell pepper start to get a little sweeter as they roast in to oven which complements the heat from the jalapeno perfectly (feel free leave this out if you’re sensitive to spice). For the sausage I usually buy them in the large links so I can slice them up easily. My favorite brand is Aidells sausage because they are usually pretty low in fat and calories and high in protein! I usually buy mine at Costco but they have them in most grocery stores! But any brand will do.
originally posted April 29, 2019