I like to think of breakfast as the time where I set the tone for my day. I don’t like to be rushed in the morning & because I believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, I always make time for it. When I start the day off slow, making breakfast, & planning out my day ahead, I’m more productive & relaxed throughout the day. Morning routines are so important & once you develop your very own routine, I’m telling you, you’ll never want to go back to not having one!
- Whole grain cereal paired with Greek yogurt on the side
- Whole wheat toast with smashed avocado & egg
- Pancakes or waffles topped with nut butter & fruit
- Oatmeal topped with nuts, fruit, nut butter, maple syrup
Really focusing on getting carbs & protein and/or healthy fats will help keep you full & get rid of that nasty energy crash.
I’m usually wanting something sweet & on the more bland side when I first wake up, like Honeynut Cheerios or oatmeal with peanut butter or maple syrup. But, sometimes I want a hearty, savory breakfast to keep me full until lunchtime. That’s where the idea for this breakfast bowl came from.
Double Potato & Egg Breakfast Bowl
- 1 large sweet potato, peeled & spiralized
- 1 large white potato, peeled & spiralized
- 1 T olive oil
- 3 eggs, scrambled
- 4 sausage patties
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- Chili powder, to taste
- Salt & pepper, to taste
- Muenster cheese, shredded
- Fresh cilantro, roughly chopped
- Place spiralized potatoes into a large skillet & coat with olive oil. Add in garlic powder, chili powder, salt, & pepper to taste. Saute over medium heat until potatoes become tender, yet crispy on the outside – about 15 minutes.
- Pour 3 scrambled eggs into a small skillet & cook until done to your liking. Push to side of skillet & cook sausage patties all the way through.
- Place spiralized potatoes in a bowl, with scrambled eggs on top. Top with cheese & fresh cilantro.
Can be made with eggs, any style.
Don’t have a spiralizer? Try dicing you potatoes & roasting them in the oven (400 degrees for about 20-30 minutes depending on size) or pan frying in skillet.