• Kourtney

Savory Hash-browns, Well-cooked Veggies and Eggs

On busy mornings, it's especially important to eat a nourishing breakfast. To create a health breakfast, be sure to include a carb (potatoes), fat (egg yolk + butter), and protein (egg white + yolk), plus well cooked veggies and spices.

Many health food stores (like Whole Foods, Sprouts, and traditional grocery stores, like Kroger or similar stores) now carry oil-free, organic hash-browns. If you cannot find organic, oil free hash-brows, you can make your own using an organic regular potato + a cheese grater.


1 cup hash browns

2 pastured eggs

1 tsp. butter

1/4 cup heirloom tomatoes (chopped)

1 handful spinach (around 1/2 cup)

1/4 tsp cayenne

1/4 tsp dried parsley

1/8 tsp flake salt

How to Make It:

  1. Toss butter into a pan and add 1 cup hash-browns and 1/4 cup chopped tomatoes

  2. Once tomato and hash-browns are mostly cooked, crack two eggs on top of vegetables and allow them to fry, or mix everything together or a scramble

  3. Once eggs are mostly cooked, add in washed spinach (I suggest chopping for better consistency) and top with cayenne (or paprika if you prefer something more mild), flake salt, and dried parsley

Optional: enjoy with fruit on the side (chopped strawberries, heirloom oranges, grapes, kiwi, and so on) and add raw cheese when you add spinach if you want to add extra fat and protein

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