Breakfast hashes are fast becoming the “in” thing for the breakfast meal. And honestly, what’s there not to love? They are healthy, versatile and delicious. They are easy to make with vegetables so you can get your recommended dietary allowance for veggies. Even if you are haven’t tried breakfast hashes, just think about kale, corn, and sweet potatoes, and you’ll mouth will probably start to water.
Aside from the healthy side, breakfast hashes offer a lot more of advantages. For example, you only need one pan to make them, and they it’s easy to prepare the ingredients ahead of time. You can even prepare the base ingredient a week in advance. When it’s time to cook, you just toss in an egg, and you’re there already. Breakfast hashes are also a great way to use leftover meats and veggies.
Breakfast hashes have their own limitless world you can explore. In fact, if you try a few of them, you’ll most likely start experimenting with your own recipes. For now, you can start trying on these breakfast hashes below.
Kale And Roasted Sweet Potato
You only need kale and sweet potato for this recipe. Although adding tofu can make the entire recipe more medley and it’s a source of protein to boost.
Root Vegetable Hash
The great thing about root vegetables is they are easy to store in the fridge. It’s no wonder this vegetable hash consisting of carrots, turnips, and potatoes are one of the most popular breakfast hash recipes.
Brussels and Sweet Potato Hash
If there’s a breakfast hash that tells you “less is more”, then this has to be it. While it has only brussels, sweet potato, eggs, pepper and salt for ingredients, it packs a punch in the nutrients and flavor department.
Southwest Breakfast Hash
The base ingredient is going to be sweet potatoes. But don’t let that fool you, it’s the addition of the pico de gallo and homemade guacamole that makes all the difference in the world.
Butternut Squash Breakfast Hash
Maybe you want something that is both tasty and colorful in your collection of recipes? Then, this butternut squash breakfast can easily be your go-to recipe for that. With radishes, kale, broccolini, zucchini, and squash, it’s a recipe that is colorful and with the taste a great taste to match.
Grilled Corn Breakfast Hash
As the name suggests, it’s the corn that gives this recipe its color. However, that does not mean that the onions, corn and zucchini and potatoes don’t shake things up. Lastly, don’t forget the bacon bits.Everyone is going to kill you if you forget the bacon bits.
Sweet Potato And Greens Breakfast Hash
Aside from your base ingredients of sweet potatoes, your greens will mostly consist of yellow onions, kale, and brussels sprouts. With three eggs on the mix, it can give you a hearty breakfast. As a bonus, it pairs really well with coffee. Now all you need is a good book, and you’re off to a lazy morning.
So, that’s it for now. As mentioned before, the sky is the limit on what you can make for you breakfast hash. While you’re starting out, you can try any on the breakfast hash recipes mentioned above.