Paleo Sweet Potato Hash
The BEST Sweet Potato Hash! This delicious hash recipe uses orange and white sweet potatoes, bacon, sausage, eggs, onions, and a delicious combination of seasonings and herbs. It is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and is Paleo and Whole30 compliant!
Y’all breakfast food is my jam, ESPECIALLY if it has bacon, and of course adding sausage and eggs helps too. This Sweet Potato Hash is officially one of my families favorite meals! We just had it for dinner last night, and everyone wanted seconds. Even a sweet 2.5 year old who is currently living with us, and she is a picky eater.
By the time you are finished reading this post, I am pretty sure you will want to run out and grab the ingredients to make this healthy recipe soon. While your at it you can grab the ingredients for this Triple Berry Crisp, becuase it is the perfect dessert to follow this hearty meal.
What Makes This Sweet Potato Hash The BEST Sweet Potato Breakfast Recipe?
- It’s a healthy paleo meal that is also Whole30 compliant.
- It combines white and orange sweet potatoes. White sweet potatoes are a bit more savory than the orange variety. I tend to get a few extras out while chopping sweet potatoes because I love eating them raw.
- This paleo hash uses bacon and sausage! So you are getting the best of both worlds.
- The eggs are baked right into the cast iron skillet with this breakfast hash.
- Rosemary and garlic plus salt and pepper add an incredibly delicious flavor to this hash.
- You can serve over a bed of kale or spinach for added nutrients.
- This sweet potato hash, like other hash recipes, freezes well (without the eggs).
- You can make this an AIP hash by eliminating the eggs and pepper. AIP stands for Autoimmune Protocol and is a diet for people with Autoimmune diseases. I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and have been strict AIP before, which is why I try to give AIP options for those of you out there who follow that diet.
Quick and Easy Hash + A Little Side Note & Back Story
Another great thing about this sweet potato breakfast hash is how incredibly easy and quick it is to prepare! Easy meals are super important to me because we currently have four girls and life can get crazy. PLUS I am new to this whole cooking thing, and I like easy meals. Would you believe me if I told you that 6 months ago I RARELY cooked? Now here I am blogging about yummy paleo recipes like this sweet potato hash with eggs.
To make a long story short about why I now cook – I was diagnosed with RA and had a massive flare after my now 7 month old was born. I was desperate for a solution and stumbled upon the AIP diet while doing research. Once I started down that path, and the paleo lifestyle, I had to start cooking. So now here I am enjoying my new found love for cooking delicious paleo recipes and sharing them with you all!
Last side note then I promise we will get to the recipe for making this hash. If you want to learn more about how we went from 1 girl to 4 in TWO years, then you can head over and read about our fostering journey and adoption story.
My Favorite Cast Iron Skillets For Cooking A Breakfast Hash
Finally, you have made it to the sweet potato hash recipe. You may have actually read that entire post, or you just scrolled until you got here! Either way, I hope you enjoy. Leave me a comment and let me know what you think about this paleo and whole30 hash recipe!
Sweet Potato Hash - Paleo & Whole30
- 1 lb Breakfast Sausage See Notes For Whole30
- 8 Slices Of Bacon See Notes For Whole30
- 2 Medium Sweet Potatoes Orange
- 2 Medium White Sweet Potatoes
- 4 Eggs
- 3/4 Large Yellow Onion
- 1 Long Fresh Rosemary Stem With Leaves Chopped
- 4 Cloves Of Garlic Chopped
- 2 Teaspoons Dried Rosemary
- 2 Teaspoons Garlic Powder
- Sea Salt To Taste
- Pepper To Taste
- 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil or Coconut Oil
- Green Onions For Garnish optional
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees (this will be to cook the eggs in the skillet at the end).
Heat 1 tablespoon of olive oil (or coconut oil) in a large skillet (cast iron is best). And a second tablespoon of your oil in medium skillet (this will be for your sweet potatoes).
Cut your bacon into 1 inch long pieces and heat over medium to medium high heat (depending on your stove) in your large skillet. While your bacon is cooking chop your sweet potatoes, garlic cloves, and onions into bite size pieces.
Once your bacon starts to get slightly crispy add in your sausage, onions, all of your chopped garlic, 1 teaspoon of garlic powder, 1 teaspoon of dried rosemary, and your sea salt and pepper to taste. Cook until your sausage is 3/4 of the way done and onions are starting to brown.
While your sausage and onions are cooking add your chopped sweet potatoes and the rest of your garlic powder and dried rosemary to your other skillet and cook over medium heat. Once the outsides start to cook, cover and continue cooking until the insides are soft. This should take about 7-10 minutes depending on your stove and temperature.
Once your sausage is 3/4 cooked, and your sweet potatoes are soft, you will pour your sweet potatoes into the meat mixture, and add your fresh rosemary.
Create 4 spaces for your eggs. Crack your eggs right into your skillet mixture. Place in the oven for 10-15 minutes. Or you can cover your hash and cook the eggs on the stove over medium heat. I prefer the oven method.
Garnish with chopped green onions and enjoy!
Whole30 - Make sure your bacon and sausage ingredients are Whole30 compliant. If you prefer non crispy bacon you can cook the bacon and sausage at the same time from the start. I prefer crispy bacon. Calories are an estimate
I got inspiration for this Sweet Potato Hash on the PaleoRunningMommaBlog! I have not cooked hers yet, but I am sure it’s delicious! So head over there and check it out if you want another version of a paleo hash.