Bacon, Beet, and Brussel Sprout Breakfast Hash

When it comes to breakfast, I’m pretty much a creature of habit. Think: Bacon, eggs, and sautéed kale! At least once a week though, I get a craving for something different. Usually when that happens, I go digging through the refrigerator and pantry to see what I have on hand, and what I can come up with. That’s exactly how this breakfast hash recipe was born!

I’m all about minimal mess and dishes (Hello two kids AND never-ending laundry piles!) and this one checks off all those boxes. You’ll just need a knife, a cutting board, and a cast iron skillet and you’ll have this impressive, yet easy breakfast hash whipped up in no time!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 5 Red Potatoes

  • 1 Tbsp Ghee

  • 1 Cup Shaved Brussel Sprouts (I buy them pre-shaved at Trader Joe’s. You could also shave them yourself in a food processor)

  • 1/2 Lb Bacon- Chopped

  • 1 Cup Diced and pre-roasted Beets (I buy them pre-cooked and use The Love Beets brand –

  • 3-4 Eggs (I do 3, but you could easily squeeze in 4)

  • 1 Avocado

  • Cilantro for garnish


  • Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

  • Get your cast iron skillet hot on medium heat and add 1 Tbsp of ghee

  • Place chopped potatoes in pan and sprinkle lightly with salt. Allow to cook for 5 min. Stir once or twice, but not too much. You want them to start browning.

  • Add Brussel sprouts and uncooked bacon. Stir to mix.

  • Place skillet in oven for 20 minutes.

  • Remove from oven and add diced beets. Stir to mix.

  • Crack 3 eggs in skillet and lightly salt just the eggs

  • Place back in oven for 8 minutes. Check eggs.

  • If the eggs are not yet done to your liking, turn the oven to broil to finish cooking the tops (Just be careful, broil works FAST. Mine only needed 90 seconds under broil)

  • Garnish with Avocado slices and fresh chopped cilantro



Lindsey Van Cleave is a Whole30 Certified Coach living in beautiful Boise, ID. She has two small children and a husband with a very full work schedule, so easy, healthy, and delicious is the name of her game. When she’s not coaching clients, she also works continuously on recipe development. She coaches clients one-on-one and leads a few group Whole30s per year.

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