Whole 30 Breakfast Hash

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I know it’s cliche this time of year but, yes, I have been doing a cleanse. Cliches aside, I am so glad I decided to follow my detox plan, eat strictly Paleo, and cut out drinking. By the way, if you’re interested in purchasing my 5 Week Weight Loss and Detox Plan, send me a note!

At first, I didn’t notice anything different, but now a couple weeks in I feel amazing. My energy levels are up and I find myself in a better mood than normal. I’ll take it! The one downside is I find myself hungry, hungry, hungry! This requires many more trips to the grocery store per week and lots of planning ahead.

Something that has helped me feel satisfied, (now that I am avoiding my usual Paleo chips as a snack) is adding some sweet potatoes into my breakfast. Having this healthy carb first thing keeps me full all day long. If you do choose to add sweet potatoes to your morning hash, the trick is to cut the pieces super small.

I love making breakfast hash. Not only is it incredibly filling, but it’s relatively simple to make. You can get creative, adding in whatever veggies you love the most! I always put onion, shallot, or garlic in my hash. I can’t get enough of their smell when sautéing!

In this dish, I added sweet potatoes, but you could also add in mushrooms, kale, spinach, peppers, avocado, green onions…the list goes on and on! You could even enjoy it with a side of my homemade almond milk. 

I hope you enjoy! What’s your favorite breakfast food?

Whole 30 Breakfast Hash-WBH Nutrition Co., Georgia Grey INHC
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Whole 30 Breakfast Hash

INGREDIENTS

1 tbsp. of grass-fed butter or ghee

1/2 clove of minced garlic

1 tbsp. of diced shallot

1-2 cups of vegetables of your choice (spinach, zucchini, kale, mushrooms, peppers, sweet potato)

2 organic eggs

1/2 avocado (to top if desired) 

Salt and Pepper

INSTRUCTIONS

1. Melt butter or ghee over a stove top

2. Add garlic, shallot and sauté for 1 minute

3. Add vegetables, salt, and pepper, sautéing for 2-3 minutes, or until almost translucent. If you add sweet potato for your veggie, it will take up to 10 minutes. 

4. Crack eggs into the pan (or beat in a separate bowl and then pour into the pan)

5. Scramble until desired consistency. Top with avocado.

Thanks for reading! Be sure to check out my original recipes and self-care articles. Happy healing!

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