Classic fall flavors in one skillet for an easy, hearty breakfast.
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Who doesn’t love a breakfast hash, especially one that is *basically* fall in your mouth with each bite? Even better, one that is Whole30 and Paleo compliant?
It’s been hard to remember between the state of the world and the all-pumpkin-everything craze that there are actually other flavors associated with Fall. Not that I don’t love me some pumpkin spice, don’t get me wrong, but let’s not burn ourselves out from pumpkin too quick, okay?
When I think Fall, I also think of warm flavors and foods like potatoes and apples. It screams nice cozy breakfast to me, so that’s exactly what I made with this hash.
So get out your apples this weekend and celebrate the other flavors of Fall, folks, and give this one a try this weekend!
One thing to note — it’s really best if you dice your produce SMALL. It totally changes the composition of the plate in the best way! Also, with the bacon, kitchen scissors are your friend. I love using them to “chop” bigger quantities of bacon.
Have you made these? Let me know what you think or any questions you have in the comments below!
RECIPE (Serves 2)
- 1 apple (go for a sweet red one!)
- 1 large red potato
- 1 small white onion
- 3 pieces bacon
- 2 tsp thyme
- Salt and pepper to taste
Dice your apple, potato, and onion, and chop your bacon. Heat a pan over medium heat, and add your bacon. Once your bacon starts to crisp, add your potato, apple, and onion, and cook until everything is soft and onions are translucent. Serve!