This sheet pan breakfast hash is loaded with crispy bacon, roasted brussels sprouts, bell peppers, onions and sweet potato. Eggs are added at the very end for a delicious, healthy meal which is also perfect for meal prep! Paleo friendly, Whole30 compliant, and can be made Keto too!
What I Love About This Recipe:
This breakfast hash is made on one sheet pan, (YES, just one!) which means easy clean up!
It’s easy to meal prep, or make ahead. Eat this breakfast hash on your busiest mornings.
This breakfast has a balanced amount of healthy fats, proteins, and carbs for a meal that will keep you satisfied until lunch.
Here’s everything you need to make this sheet pan breakfast hash along with recommendations on what to look for while your at the grocery store!
sweet potato – buy organic if possible. Potato’s are on the EWG.org’s dirty dozen list for one of the top foods sprayed with pesticides. Organic is a better choice.
brussel sprouts – when buying brussel sprouts look for green heads that are firm and leaves that are tightly packed. Try to stay away from brussel sprouts with yellowing leaves, or black spots which could indicate fungus or mold.
onions – I use a yellow onion for a more sweet and delicate flavor in the recipe. Fun fact: yellow onions become sweeter the longer they cook. You can also use white, vidalia or red onions. White onion will give a more pungent flavor; vidalia onions taste very sweet; and red onions are fairly similar to yellow onions in flavor.
bacon – organic, uncured, sugar and nitrate free is best. Applegate is the brand I used. You want minimal ingredients such as: Organic Pork, Water, Sea Salt. Less than 2% of: Celery Powder.
eggs – pasture-raised, organic eggs are the best for you, and taste the best.
What Eggs Should I Buy?
Cage-free, free-range, pasture-raised, organic, vegetarian fed, antibiotic free, hormone free, and fresh,…the egg world is so confusing. What kind of eggs are the best? Let me give you a breakdown of what all these mean.
Cage-free: This means that the hens don’t live in cages, however the term “cage-free” doesn’t specify how much space they have or whether or not they see the outdoors. = never outdoors.
Free-range: This means the hens were given continuous access to the outdoors during their production cycle, however this doesn’t guarantee that a hen actually stepped foot outside. = rarely outdoors.
Pasture-raised: This means the hens are given ample space to roam outdoors, but also have access to a barn for cover. They also have fresh food to pick at. = 108 sq ft. outdoors.
Organic: This means that the birds didn’t eat grains dosed with pesticides or GMO’s, weren’t given antibiotics or arsenic to promote fast growth. It means they had some access to the outdoors.
Vegetarian fed: dumb marketing; birds are supposed to eat bugs.
Antibiotic free: good, but says nothing how the little guys are living.
Hormone free: meaningless label since hormones in poultry is illegal.
In conclusion:You want to buy pasture-raised, organic eggs, preferably. But, if you have access to a farmers market, or know a local farmer in which you can get fresh eggs, this is also a great option. If not, buy at your local grocery store and look for the label: pasture-raised, and organic.
Are Eggs Healthy For You?
Yes! And..you should be eating the WHOLE egg. Don’t be afraid of yolk! There has been decades of misinformation indicating that the cholesterol from eggs should be avoided. This is simply not true. Eggs are great for you and don’t cause heart disease.
Eggs are one of the most healthy and nutritious foods. They are eggcellent for you. Eggs contain:
B vitamins: needed for vital functions of the body.
vitamins A, E, and D: essential for growth and development, protects against heart disease and cancers, good bone health and mineral absorption.
choline: helps maintain healthy cell membranes, nervous system function, immune balance, and cognitive function.
good source of protein and fat.
Sheet Pan Breakfast Hash: FAQS
How long should I bake the eggs?
Baking times may vary with oven type. Check eggs at 5 minutes, 8 minutes, and 10 minutes, etc. Take the pan out and look closely at the eggs. If the yolks jiggle, and the egg whites are runny, the eggs are not fully cooked. (I cooked mine at 8 minutes, and they were over-medium.)
How can I make this recipe low carb or keto?
Swap out the sweet potato for another vegetable such as turnips, mushrooms or cauliflower. You could also reduce the carbs by making just one sweet potato with this recipe, and add in extra bacon, and brussels sprouts.
Can I meal prep this recipe?
For meal prep or leftovers, store in an airtight glass container in the fridge for up to 3-5 days. I do not recommend freezing this recipe.
This sheet pan breakfast hash is loaded with crispy bacon, roasted brussels sprouts, and sweet potato. Eggs are added at the very end for a delicious, healthy meal which is also perfect for meal prep! Paleo friendly, Whole30 compliant, and can be made Keto too!
2 medium-large sweet potatoes cubed
3 cups or 1 lb brussel sprouts halved or quartered, depending on size
1/2 medium yellow onion diced (or 1 small onion)
1 medium red bell pepper, chopped (can be green, orange, or yellow)
3 slices bacon, thick cut (sugar and nitrate free), sliced into pieces
1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Cover sheet pan with parchment paper for easy clean up, if desired.
2. Prepare all ingredients before cooking: cube sweet potatoes, slice brussel sprouts, slice bell pepper, dice onion, and cut bacon (into small squares).
3. Arrange sweet potatoes, brussel sprouts, bell pepper, onion, and bacon onto the sheet pan. Drizzle with avocado oil, and sprinkle on salt and pepper. Toss to evenly coat.
4. Bake for 20 minutes. Pull the pan out, and toss ingredients for even cooking. With a spatula make 4-6 wells in the pan. Crack the eggs into each well. Put back in the oven and bake for an additional 5-10 minutes (until desired doneness of eggs). Baking times may vary with oven type and egg preference.
5. Serve while warm. Garnish with parsley, hot sauce, cilantro, green onions, or avocado.
Baking time for eggs: Baking times may vary with oven type. Check eggs at 5 minutes, 8 minutes, and 10 minutes, etc. Take the pan out and look closely at the eggs. If the yolks jiggle, and the egg whites are runny, the eggs are not fully cooked
Serve: top with parsley, cilantro, green onions, hot sauce, or avocado.
Storing: stores well in an airtight glass container in the fridge for up to 3-5 days. I do not recommend freezing this recipe.
Reheating: Add your serving to a skillet with a small amount of oil. Heat on low for 5-10 minutes. OR heat in microwave for 1-2 minutes
If you are using a larger sheet pan, you will need to move the ingredients closer when it comes time to making the wells and cracking the eggs into the wells.
Keywords: paleo, whole30, breakfast bake, oven baked breakfast, one pan breakfast bake