Start the day with these delicious Sweet Potato Hash Brown Breakfast Stacks.
One thing I love is a breakfast that doesn't use up my healthy extra choices. Sometimes you just want that bread later on in the day, maybe to make something like these amazing Pizza Toasts or this Syn Free BBQ Chicken Pita Pizza.
As much as yoghurt and fruit makes a quick and speedy syn free and healthy extra free breakfast, it just isn't high satiety enough for me, it's lacking a good source of protein, and for days when I have something like that which is not satisfying, it ruins my whole day, as if I start my day off bad, then the rest of the day can often follow suit. However if I have a good filling breakfast and a decent source of protein, I have much more energy and don't get the mid morning slump and start craving all things in sight.
I recently made these delicious Syn Free Crispy Golden Hash Browns and these low syn Sweet Potato Hash Browns. These hash browns are a great substitute for bread or toast at breakfast time, great with eggs, boiled, scrambled, fried or poached. I even made this amazing Breakfast Hash Brown Sandwich - how amazing is that?
One of my all time favourite healthy extra free breakfasts, are these Breakfast Towers. which are baby greens, slices of tomatoes, topped with a Homemade Pork Sausage Pattie and then perfectly poached eggs. So good!!
and you can see where I am going right? I figured, a hash brown would be a perfect base for these Sweet Potato Hash Brown Breakfast Stacks.
This time for a bit of variation I used peameal bacon instead of the Homemade Pork Sausage Pattie, but it would be really good with one of those too, or just tomato slices and poached egg, for a veggie alternative. You could even add some cheese from your HEa if you wanted. I am thinking a hash brown McMuffin can you imagine? - yum!!
Hey and if you don't fancy sweet potato, you could make the Syn Free Crispy Golden Hash Browns instead for the bottom of these stacks. Either will work perfectly for these.
How will you make yours? I think these Sweet Potato Hash Brown Breakfast Stacks could be my favourite breakfast recipe right now.
Sweet Potato Breakfast Stacks
Yield 1 serving
This recipe is gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, paleo, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly
- Extra Easy - 0.5 syns per serving
- Green/Vegetarian - 0.5 syns per serving (omit bacon)
- WW Smart Points - 11
- 2 cooked sweet potato hash browns (as per recipe)
- 2 eggs
- baby spinach
- 2 slices lean bacon
- spray oil
- salt and black pepper
- Warm sweet potato hash browns by placing in the oven at 180c/350f for a few minutes while you prepare everything else.
- Grill or pan fry bacon with spray oil
- While bacon is cooking, Bring a deep large saucepan of water to the boil.
- Add a small splash of white vinegar.
- Crack one egg into a small bowl and slowly lower the bowl into the saucepan, gently dropping the egg into the water. Repeat with he remaining egg.
- You can remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and gently touch to check they are done to your likeness.
- Once eggs are cooked, top cooked hash browns with the cooked bacon, some baby spinach, slices of fresh tomatoes, and then the poached eggs.
- Season with salt and black pepper and enjoy!!
Variation: top with different scrambled or fried eggs or sausage instead of bacon. Use crispy golden hash browns instead of the sweet potato hash browns. Use your Healthy Extra A choice and add some cheese of choice.
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Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat 11 g
Saturated Fat 3.5 g
Cholesterol 397 mg
Sodium 775 mg
Total Carbohydrates 51.6 g
Dietary Fiber 7.9 g
Sugars 10.7 g
Protein 30.2 g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.