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Delicious Easy Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash or Scramble. I love making this ahead so that those weekday mornings go so much easier.

Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash

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Last Updated on November 25, 2020 by Renee’

Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash - I love to make this ahead so that my mornings are so much easier. Quick, Delicious & Healthy! www.thehealthnutmama.com #AIP #paleo #breakfast

When I first started the AIP diet, breakfast was my hardest. What could I make that was healthy, AIP & enough that I had leftovers for several days? Well, that’s when I came up with my version of Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash.

Who doesn’t like One-pan dishes! 

I buy my pork from my local farmer so I know it is the best I can get. If you are lucky like me that is awesome! My daughter & husband love this & actually ask for it every week.

I try to make ahead on Sunday nights (if I’m organized), then when we are so rushed in the mornings it can be heated up & served Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash - I love to make this ahead so that my mornings are so much easier. Quick, Delicious & Healthy! www.thehealthnutmama.com #AIP #paleo #breakfastwith a side of fruit. Perfect hearty breakfast.

*Note that I did add optional eggs for reintro’s or for people who are paleo. We have since reintro’d eggs. Makes for an even heartier breakfast. My husband who wasn’t AIP wanted eggs, so I would make the hash, then in the mornings I would put some in a pan, heat it up & add a couple of eggs for him. Win/Win!

This Sausage Breakfast Hash is perfect when you have guests.  Recently I had out of town guests & I made the Sausage Breakfast Hash, put it in a greased casserole dish, added the beaten eggs & baked until eggs were firm.

I was able to enjoy my guests without a lot of fuss & it looked so pretty. I served it with a bowl of organic fruit & berries. Super easy & pretty too!

 

Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash - I love to make this ahead so that my mornings are so much easier. Quick, Delicious & Healthy! www.thehealthnutmama.com #AIP #paleo #breakfastIngredients:

 

  • *optional – if not AIP-  6 Organic Pastured Eggs beaten for Paleo & Keto  (Leave out for AIP) 

Directions:

  • Add Seasonings to Pork or grass-fed beef.
  • Heat Pan to Med Heat.
  • Saute Pork until brown.
  • Add leeks. Cook until tender.
  • Add Mushrooms & Squash & cook until tender.
  • Add spinach & cook until wilted.

Delicious Easy Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash or Scramble. I love making this ahead so that those weekday mornings go so much easier.

 

Serving Suggestions:

Tips:

  • If not AIP – While cooking, Whisk 6 eggs & pour over mixture
    & scramble. (Omit if AIP). Remember to add sea salt to taste.
  • Can add chopped sweet potatoes (not keto)
  • Perfect for brunch for the holidays.
  • Can put in casserole dish & bake in the oven. 

 

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Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash

Delicious Easy Paleo AIP Sausage Breakfast Hash or Scramble. I love making this ahead so that those weekday mornings go so much easier.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add Seasonings to Pork.
  2. Heat Pan to Med Heat.
  3. Saute Pork until brown.
  4. Add leeks. Cook until tender.
  5. Add Mushrooms & Squash & cook until tender
  6. Add Spinach & cook until wilted.
  7. If not AIP, Add eggs & stir until done.
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7 comments

  1. Jane says:

    I am new to canning and have lots of summer and winter squash.
    I have a AIP yellow squash, “cheese“ sauce recipe that I wanted to make and then can. Very simple to make and easy ingredient list.
    Cooked Squash, water, lemon juice, garlic, avocado oil, nutritional yeast, gelatin and salt.
    1) Do I still pressure can for 30 minutes ?
    2) Am I losing nutrients by heating 3 times? ?
    1st -making the sauce
    2nd- pressure can
    3rd- reheat for meal

    Am I better off to just can the squash as is and not make the sauce? I just thought it would be nice to have sauce made ahead of time.
    Also, I make a spaghetti squash porridge that I would like to can. It has coconut milk in it. Is this possible to can ? If so, would I can for 30 or 40 minutes?
    Thank you so much for any help you can be to this fun adventure I am on !

    • Renee' says:

      Hi Jane, Good questions! Personally, I would can the squash & make the “cheese” sauce when I was ready. I’ve been looking online to see if anyone had done anything like this. Maybe some of my readers can chime in on this topic. I do know you can pressure can soups, sauces etc… So I don’t see why you couldn’t. I’ll keep doing research & will let you know what I find.

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