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Easy Breakfast Hash

Hey ya’ll!

How was your weekend?! We aren’t quiiiiitttee done with the weekend, but before I go and enjoy the last few hours I wanted to share a delicious meal we had the other night!

I’ve always LOVED breakfast for dinner, or Brinner if you will, so Breakfast Hash recipes are extra appealing to me. In fact, when we were on our honeymoon a couple years ago we had a breakfast hash one morning called “The Truckee.” 🙂 Needless to say, we are determined to get Truckee, to Truckee, CA, on the Truckee river, while we both sit and eat a Truckee. One day it will happen.


This recipe is both protein packed, and carb loaded, so it would be perfect to eat the night before a big race!

Easy Breakfast Hash Recipe

Here’s what you’ll need:

-cast iron skillet
-6 eggs
-shredded cheese of choice
-frozen but thawed out diced breakfast potatoes
-2 tsp salsa
-1/2 a green bell pepper diced
-diced green onion (as much as you want)
-garlic powder for the potatoes
-1 small diced tomato
-1/2 package of sausage
-1 diced avocado

I forgot to take pictures during the actual process, but I assure you it really wasn’t that glamorous!

1. Cook the sausage until it’s just about right. You can probably cook it about 80% because it will continue to cook once you add the other ingredients.

2. For the potatoes, I cooked mine in the oven for about 15 minutes beforehand, just to make sure they were thawed and to make things go a little faster, but if they’re already thawed, I think you’d find with just tossing them into the skillet with the sausage. Sprinkle garlic powder onto the potatoes if you want a little added flavor!

3. Add the diced tomato, bell pepper, green onion, and salsa. Continue to stir so the potatoes don’t stick to the skillet.

4. Create a “hole” in the center of the hash mix and crack the eggs into the skillet, then “scramble” them into the hash until cooked and mixed in well. Continue to stir everything well, you want the potatoes to turn golden brown and for all your veggies to be cooked well.

breakfast hash recipe

5. Add a handful of your favorite shredded cheese on top, and let it melt.


6. Scoop into your serving dish, and serve with diced avocado on top.


breakfast hash recipe


Doesn’t that look delicious and filling?! Oh, it was.

I have so much to blog this week! Two giveaways/reviews, and all about our extra active weekend! Stay tuned!

Do you like eating breakfast for dinner? Do you like making breakfast hash? How was your weekend?


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    Abby @ BackAtSquareZero
    June 15, 2014 at 7:22 pm

    Looks amazing!
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    June 15, 2014 at 8:17 pm


    I’m honestly not a huge breakfast person. Sometimes I will get a crazy craving for French Toast, but normally, I stick to eggs with a biscuit and can call it good. I would give that recipe a shot, though.
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    Stacie @ SimplySouthernStacie
    June 16, 2014 at 9:29 am

    I love breakfast for dinner! I sometimes have to fight my fiance on this amazing concept, but I think he would go for this. It looks so filling!
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    June 16, 2014 at 11:43 am

    That hash looks so good!! I need to try that one night this week. I’m a huge fan of brinner!
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    Katie @ running4cupcakes
    June 16, 2014 at 1:07 pm

    Breakfast for dinner is MY favorite!
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    GiGi Eats
    June 17, 2014 at 2:17 am

    Who doesn’t like a breakfast hash?! SERIOUSLY!! 🙂 YUM!
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    Courtney @ LifeAsAConvert
    June 17, 2014 at 10:17 pm

    Sounds delicious!
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