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Paleo Sweet Potato and Sausage Egg Scramble

Such a simple recipe, but when using fresh, in-season, local veggies, this Paleo Sweet Potato and Sausage Egg Scramble is a nutrient dense, delicious breakfast. This is one of those meals where you can make a huge batch, stick it in the refrigerator and eat on it all week. Quick and easy. Of course, you can always freeze it and eat it through the month as well!

Paleo Sweet Potato and Sausage Egg Scramble

Author/Source:

Christine @ onceamonthmeals.com

Ingredients:

  • 1 pound sausage, “clean”, nitrite free, sugar free
  • 2 medium sweet potatoes, cubed
  • 12 ounces fresh spinach (or 8 ounces frozen, drained spinach)
  • 12 medium eggs (preferably pastured, soy-free, etc.)
  • salt, to taste
  • pepper, to taste

Directions:

Peel and cube sweet potatoes. Set aside. Heat frying pan over medium-high heat and brown sausage until cooked thoroughly. If sausage is not from a clean, reliable source, drain fat. Add cubed sweet potatoes and cook until almost tender. Add spinach and cook until almost wilted. Add eggs and cooked until scrambled. Season with salt and pepper.

Freezing Directions:

Let cool. Place in freezer bag, label, lay flat and freeze. To serve: Thaw. Reheat.

Servings: 6

**conversion chart image provided by Erik Spiekermann

6 Responses to “Paleo Sweet Potato and Sausage Egg Scramble”

  1. Carrie Kelleher says:

    Where do you get your “clean” sausage from? Or at least what brand do you use? Thanks!

  2. [...] We just started a dairy-free, gluten-free, berry-free trial at our house to help with various issues, namely V’s eczema, and having the eggs on hand helped us kick off our first GF/DF breakfast wonderfully. We made a potato, egg, spinach, sausage hash with ten defrosted eggs (our recipe was inspired by this one). [...]

  3. Tara Sotelo says:

    I just buy ground pork or beef and mix my own seasonings in…I just mix in my favorite homemade seasoning mix (my fav is Ras Al Hanout) and call it “sausage”. When you’re making a dish like this, it’s really tough to mess up…I HIGHLY recommend this with an over easy egg on top…if you do eggs. :D

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