This Breakfast Hash Recipe is life. Do you stress about having people stay at your home during the holidays? What do you feed them? I can see the stress now – What about breakfast!! I have a ton of guest recipes over on my blog… but this one is by far a favorite!
With this super easy recipe, you can rest assured that cooking breakfast for your guests is both easy AND something you can feel proud about. @HappyEggCoUSA Heritage Breed Eggs are so tasty and beautiful – I mean look at how vibrant they are (and that fun egg box). I feel like when I cook Heritage Breed, I am actually cooking eggs that I just picked from the chicken coop! And best part… they are at Walmart!
Disclaimer: I have brands reach out and ask to pay me to tell you about great recipes that use their product. I always accept product, but I never share them with you unless I am completely 100% sold. And by sold – I mean I would buy these myself without a paid campaign. With that being said… these eggs are amazing! Totally completes this breakfast hash. Enjoy, friends!Print
This breakfast hash will keep your guests wanting more! This is the perfect recipe for friends and family as they stay over… or just you and your kids (or if you are like me – just me!). I love the roasted veggies and runny egg and it’s so beautiful – which makes enjoying it that much more tasty!
- 6–8 Happy Egg Heritage Brand Eggs
- 16 oz. Breakfast Sausage, cooked
- 1 lb Brussel Sprouts, halved
- 16 oz. Butternut squash, cubed
- 8 New Potatoes, quartered
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 large purple onion, cut to preference (I prefer larger crescents)
- Salt and Pepper to taste (I usually toss 2 tbsp with my olive oil mixture)
- 3 tbsp Olive Oil
- Preheat your oven to 425 degrees F.
- Toss Brussel Sprouts, Butternut Squash, New Potatoes, Onion, and Garlic with Olive Oil and Salt and lay flat on sheet pan – be careful not to overcrowd your veggies.
- Roast for 15-20 minutes. (I find that my air fryer does a better and faster job at roasting veggies… but oven works too)
- Toss Spinach leaves with veggies making sure to coat the leaves in the residual oil so they wilt.
- Sprinkle the sausage on the veggies, and crack eggs over the veggies making sure not to break any of the yolk. If you break the yolk, it won’t cook up like the pictures – it’s still fine to eat – it just won’t look like the pictures).
- Put the sheet pan back in the oven and cook another 10 minutes until the eggs are cooked to your desire.
- Take out and eat!
This recipe makes fantastic leftovers too! When I reheat I usually put everything in a preheated cast iron on 425 F and re-roast for 10-15 minutes until everything is hot! You can even crack a few more eggs on it if you want!
If you want to crack eggs on the leftovers, put everything in the pre-heated cast iron, heat for 5-8 minutes on 425 F and then add eggs for the remaining 8-10 minutes.
Every oven is different so cook to your preference 🙂