Egg muffins, filled with breakfast sausage and sweet potato hash. Perfect for those busy mornings!
I am a big, big fan of meals you don’t have to think about. I often Groundhog Day it and eat the same thing over and over and over (hello sweet potato hash with eggs almost every morning). Which is why I really like these egg muffins, where you make a big batch and they’re just there every morning. You don’t even have to think about it.
On a different note…is it just me, or did your kids just hit that end of the school year sprint with all the activities, tests, performances, reports, projects, presentations and more? Couple that with this gorgeous weather and we are almost never at home. All this running around makes me want to hit up the drive thrus. Trust me, I could eat Chick-Fil-A breakfast on the regular and not feel bad about it. My hips wouldn’t be all that happy though. So back to breakfast meal prep!
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You’ll need to make my Breakfast Sausage. Make the patties small enough to fit in the bottom of your muffin tin. If they’re a little too big that’s okay they’ll just have to be somewhat slanted like mine. Then fill each muffin cup 1/2 way with your favorite toppings. Things like shreds of sweet potato, chopped sweet peppers, chopped onions, cilantro etc. You can shred your potatoes with a SPIRALIZER, or with a cheese grater.
When they’re done baking (at 350F for about 15 min) then, of course, drizzle with your favorite hot sauce and you’ve got breakfast heaven!
Printable recipe below, or hover over any image to pin!
- 1-2 Tbsp avocado oil
- 6-12 sausage patties
- handful of sweet potato shreds
- ½ onion, finely chopped
- ½ red sweet pepper, finely chopped
- 6-12 eggs
- pinch of cilantro, finely chopped
- Grease 6-12 muffin cups with oil, using a brush or paper towel. Put a sausage patty in the bottom of each cup.
- Fill muffin cups ½ way with onion and sweet pepper.
- Crack an egg on top of each cup.
- Bake at 350 F for approximately 15 minutes, or until egg whites have cooked thoroughly.
- Top each muffin with your favorite hot sauce.