Bored with your breakfast routine? Switch things up with these over easy eggs & sweet potato hash! Okay, it’s not really a hash, but I couldn’t think of a simpler way to say “eggs and Brussels sprouts and sweet potato in a bowl”.
This recipe is inspired by the recipes in the book Beyond the Pill. This book is where I first learned of all of the amazing health benefits of Brussels sprouts (and other Cruciferous vegetables). But, it also fits in super perfectly as a pre-workout or post-workout meal with 80 Day Obsession, the timed workout & nutrition plan that I use to tone up and lean out.
Now, this might sound like a weird combo to you, especially if you’re not used to eating veggies with your brekkie, but hear me out - the combo of tangy apple cider vinegar on the sweet potato and sautéed shredded Brussels sprouts with an ooey, gooey, runny yolk is AMAZING. Trust me. I used to be the kid who never let her food touch. Look at me now… :P
Total Time: 8 minutes
1 teaspoon of ghee
2 pasture raised eggs
1 cup shredded Brussels sprouts (I buy this pre-shredded, but you can also pulse a few whole Brussels sprouts for a few seconds in your Ninja food processor)
3/4 cup cooked cubed sweet potato (I meal prep a bunch on Sunday by roasting store bought cubed sweet potato with olive oil, salt, & pepper at 400 degrees for 40 minutes and keep it in the fridge)
1 Tablespoon of apple cider vinegar (ACV)
Salt & pepper to taste
Melt the ghee in a medium-sized pan over the stove.
Crack two eggs into the pan and cook for about a minute on each side. Remove the eggs to a shallow bowl and set aside. Try not to break the yolk!
Add the Brussels sprouts, sweet potato, and ACV to the pan. Sauté until the sprouts have changed color and the sweet potato is warmed through, approximately 5 minutes.
Add the sweet potato & Brussels sprouts “hash” to your bowl. Salt and pepper to taste.
Enjoy the melding of flavors!
Recipe makes 1 serving.
Portion Fix Containers*: 1 red, 1 green, 1 yellow, & 1 tsp
*Containers are approximate. Remember, Autumn says to only follow recipes from the FIXATE cooking show and the FIXATE cookbooks (FIXATE Volume 1 and FIXATE Volume 2) for the most accurate balance of your macros, especially if you are just starting out! However, since this recipe is basically straight from the food lists, you should be fine :)