Breakfast for DInner
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I have married two of my favorite things, in quite frankly the most easy way possible. Breakfast on a sheet pan. You can have this whatever time of day you want. I mean who am I to say otherwise. My personal favorite way is at dinner time.
Keep Dinner Simple
If you have been with us for awhile you know simple is our motto. I mean I honestly don’t know how to mom any other way. This recipe is about as simple as they come. I love a good sheet pan because you can throw it in the oven, forget aobut it, and then only have one dish to wash.
This recipe is: gluten free, dairy free, paleo, Whole30, and sheet pan.
Breakfast Sheet Pan Recipe:
2 sweet potatoes
1 bunch of kale
Package of breakfast sausage
Salt & pepper
Garnish wih avocado if desired
How to Make it:
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
Peel and cut your sweet potatoes into cubes. Put them on to one side of the sheet pan, drizzle with avocado oil and sprinkle with a pinch of salt. Put them into the oven.
Tear up your kale. Form your sausage iinto patties.
Pull out the pan and place the sausage patties in a row on the pan. Cook for fifteen minutes.
Pulll out the pan and put the kale on one side. Drizzle with avoado oil and sprinkle with salt. Use hands to massage the oil into the kale (trust mem it makes it crispier).
Look at the spot where you are going to put the eggs. See how much grease you have from the sausage. You need to have enough grease for the eggs to not stick. If you need more drizzle additional oil.
Crack the eggs on the open space. Carefully put back into the oven for fifteen more minutes.
Notes on Recipe:
Moms do not hestiate to make this recipe even easier and buy the precut swett poatoes.
Here is the eastiest way to cut a sweet potato after you peel it. Cut off one side of the sweet potato. Place that now flat side down on the cutting oard. This way it won’t be able to roll and will be very stable.
Sheet pan I use: