- 1 small sweet potato, diced
- 1 onion, diced
- 1 bunch brussel sprouts, quartered
- 5 cloves garlic, minced
- ~6 strips of bacon
- shredded cheddar cheese
- one egg per person
Cook the bacon in a skillet. Remove from pan and save the grease. Cook the sweet potato, onion, brussel sprouts, and garlic in the bacon grease. While the vegetables are cooking, chop up the cooked bacon. When the vegetables are done (or nearly done) mix the bacon back in. Turn off the heat and top the mixture with the cheddar cheese and cover the skillet to let the cheese melt.
While the cheese is melting, fry up one egg for each person. Serve the hash in a bowl/plate and top each dish with a fried egg.
Time to table: 30 minutes
Servings: 2 adults, 1 toddler
Notes: This is similar to another dish I’ve made before, but it was different enough that I figured I’d post it. I absolutely love this meal and would eat it very often. I also feel that in spite of the bacon and the bacon grease, it has enough healthy components going for it to be a guilt-free meal. Annie didn’t necessarily not “like” it, as much as she just ignored it, just part of being a toddler I guess. We’re sometime dumbfounded by what she decides she doesn’t want to eat. Veggies cooked in bacon grease, with cheese, and an egg?!?! Whatever. 🙂