Spruce up your boring egg breakfast with this easy and super healthy Sweet Potato Hash dish!
I began making this recipe during one of my competition preps a few years. I was so sick of boring egg whites I knew I HAD to come up with something that didn’t make me gag every time I smelled it! Hence the sweet potato hash recipe was born and I’ve been eating it almost every morning since…not even joking!
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- Yield: Serves 1 remember you can always double or triple this recipe to serve your significant other or family ;-)
- Cook Time:
This pre-workout meal is my all time favorite because it’s so filling and full of color and flavor!
- 4oz cubed previously cooked sweet potatoes (See my blog on cooking sweet potatoes in bulk)
- 5 egg whites
- 1/2 cup fresh spinach
- 1/4 cup diced bell peppers (these are also diced during my Sunday meal prep session)
- 2oz avocado
- Flavor God’s Himalayan salt & pink peppercorn (sea salt & pepper will do as well)
- Smoked paprika
- Place pan over medium heat – spray with coconut oil
- warm sweet potatoes for approximately 2 minutes until warm
- Crack 5 egg whites into pan and mix with sweet potatoes
- When eggs are halfway cooked drop in spinach, bell peppers, and avocado
- Add sea salt mix and smoked paprika to taste – mix around until spinach begins to wilt and eggs are cooked to your preference.
- Serve and enjoy!
Calories – 289
Carbs – 32g
Protein – 34g
Fat – 9g
If you are logging this recipe into MyFitnessPal, I have entered the entire recipe already for our convenience. You can find it by searching "Nicole Darabi’s Sweet Potato Hash".
THE INSIDE JOB: containers to use, how long it lasts, how much to prep, mistakes not to make, how to add custom flavor….etc.
- Bake sweet potatoes on your prep day so they’re readily available for this recipe and others throughout the week (Sweet Potatoes in Bulk).
- Dice bell peppers and store in glass container so you’re more likely to eat your veggies. This will also save you time in the morning.
- Try subbing out a few eggs for turkey bacon or sausage.
- This could also be prepared as an omelette 😉
Remember, it’s YOU vs. YOU!
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