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Paleo/Whole30 Sweet Potato Bacon Breakfast Bowls - Vital Farms Cook Off!

Hey everyone!


If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you may already know I have been LOVING breakfast bowls, and take any opportunity to be creative and switch them up. So when Vital Farms reached out and asked if I wanted to participate in their cook off challenge, using their products and sharing a fun recipe - I jumped at the chance!



Why breakfast bowls?


They are an easy way to have a healthy and clean breakfast that incorporates veggies, protein and healthy fats, and they are a great way to use up leftover vegetables from dinners earlier in the week. And if you eat paleo or Whole30, they are an easy breakfast idea - because, veggies are life! During the whole30 you are also encouraged to eat vegetables for breakfast, which a lot of people struggle with. These bowls make it super easy - and there are an unlimited number of ways to switch them up. If you want to see more variations of mine - check out my instagram page where I showcase them regularly :)


Looking for a whole30 or paleo compliant breakfast idea without eggs? Make this dish, and swap out the eggs for chicken apple sausage (I like Aidell brand) or more veggies!


Vital Farms Cook-off Challenge Rules:

  1. Use one or more Vital Farms product(s)

  2. Create a recipe with the product(s) and less than 5 additional ingredients

  3. Share it on social media with the hashtag #vitalfarmscookoff


So I decided to come up with 2-3 recipes, and this is the first one! Make sure to join the e-mail list, or follow me to see the others!



Sweet potato bacon hash breakfast bowls


Ingredients

  • 1-2 Medium Sweet Potatoes (organic or peel) (will have leftovers)

  • 1 cup chopped mixed greens (optional, whatever you have - spinach, kale, etc.)

  • 2 t. Vital Farms ghee

  • 2 Vital Farms eggs

  • Package no sugar added bacon (I like Applegate, Pederson's or Never Any! brand from Aldi) will have leftovers

  • Seasonings (optional, adjust to taste - I used 1/4 t. cumin, 1/4 t. chili powder, 1/8-1/4 t. pink salt, pepper, 1/4 t. garlic powder)

  • Toppings (optional) hot sauce (I love this one), my homemade blender aioli/mayo, or even better, a mix of both!



Recipe

  1. Preheat oven to 420 degrees

  2. Chop sweet potatoes into bite size pieces, mix with ghee, seasonings and spread out on parchment covered baking sheet