sweet potatoe hash

Sweet Potato Hash

I had a request for breakfast with no eggs because this lovely girl is allergic & of course i had to deliver an epic recipe for her! I’ve been making this since 2012 and have only shared it in a secret recipe ebook for my Mindful Eating Course but it’s been a secret for too long!


Makes 5 servings 


👩🏽‍🍳 Ingredients:

3 large sweet potatoes (you can use butternut squash has a low carb option or you can do 1 small butternut squash and 1 large sweet potato)

2 bell peppers

1/2 onion

2 bags spinach

1 T coconut oil

2 TBSP water 

5 chicken sausage links (1 link per serving)


1 tsp Paprika

1 T Garlic Powder

1 tsp Cumin

   *or 2 TBSP curry powder – this is what I like to use! 



Heat large pan on medium. Cut potatoes into 1 inch chunks. Dice bell peppers & onion. Add oil, potatoes, bell peppers, onion & 2 TBSP water.  Add a large pinch of salt and cover. Cook for 15 minutes.


Air fry sausage for 10-12 minutes

**I make this in bulk for breakfast OR lunch for the week and if it’s for breakfast I like to air fry my sausage the day of so it’s crispy. If you’re meal prepping, cooking it all at once is still delicious but if you can cook it fresh.

Once the potatoes are fork tender (15 min) add your spices and salt to taste then stir in spinach and turn off heat. Add the chicken sausage and ENJOY!


My favorite way to enjoy this is with an over easy egg on top. The yolk broken over the hash is heavenly!! Or you can add egg whites..but the runny yolk is SO good! If you don’t eat eggs, this is the perfect breakfast for you! 


This recipe is PERFECT for meal prep! Make ahead for breakfast or for your lunch (or even a dinner side dish!) If you eat it for lunch/dinner it’s delicious with chicken breast, ground chicken or lean ground beef!


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