Three breakfast dishes that are tied for my favorite breakfast dishes are biscuits and gravy, eggs benedict, and a breakfast hash. I could eat any of those three dishes all the time and be one happy girl. That’s probably why I make this Whole30 Skillet Breakfast Hash almost every Sunday.
Sunday’s are my favorite because it is the only day of the week that Brent, my husband, and I have off together. We end up sleeping in, relaxing in bed with coffee, and then eating a late breakfast. This Whole30 Skillet Breakfast Hash is my go-to Sunday brunch recipe that never gets old.
One thing that makes this recipe extra tasty is using the leftover bacon grease to sautee your potatoes and veggies. I use my cast iron skillet to fry up the bacon first, then leave the grease in the pan to sautee the potatoes and veggies. Gotta use all that flavor! Once the potatoes and veggies are cooked, I crumble in the crispy bacon. While the potatoes and veggies are cooking, I cook up some Vital Farms eggs. I tend to do sunny side up eggs, but you can totally do whatever floats your boat! I like to top mine with some salsa and hot sauce but you can omit if you don’t prefer spicy. Adding ketchup would probably be super yummy.
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