Turkey Sweet Potato Broccoli Hash is a quick and easy, egg-free breakfast that the whole family will love. Perfect for meal prep and increasing veggies. Filling, hearty and full of flavorful spices. Paleo + Whole30 + Gluten Free + Low Carb + Low Calorie
One pan meals have have been my favorite for a long time. When I first starting walking and losing weight, I learned quickly with juggling my health and a high stress corporate job that I just didn’t have time to make recipes that required a ton of work. Not to mention the dishes!
I started throwing everything into one pan or skillet to cut down on the time and the work. Even now, I love making an entire meal from start to finish in one skillet (or sheet pan) whenever I can. Especially for meal prepping purposes!
Prepping an entire meal in a skillet while something else is cooking in the over or slow cooker dramatically reduces the time I spend in the kitchen prepping and doing dishes. That way I get more of my weekend back.
This Paleo Turkey Sweet Potato Broccoli Hash is a perfect example of how I knock out a meal prep breakfast for the week with little effort. And now I’m sharing it with you! It’s hearty, filling and a meal the whole family will love.
I’ve had a lot of requests for egg-free breakfasts from readers and meal plan subscribers. You can eat this one eggless or with an egg on the side. Truthfully, this meal was so satisfying I had no need for. more food after eating it. My kind of breakfast! If you’re a meal plan subscriber, it will be coming to your meal plan soon!
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Turkey Sweet Potato Broccoli Hash
Turkey Sweet Potato Broccoli Hash is a quick and easy, egg-free breakfast that the whole family will love. Perfect for meal prep and increasing veggies. Filling, hearty and full of flavorful spices.
Preheat a large skillet to medium heat. Add the extra virgin olive oil, minced garlic and onion. Sauté 2-3 minutes then add the sweet potatoes, salt and pepper. Cook them 5-7 minutes until they begin to brown.
Then add the turkey, broccoli and remaining seasonings to the skillet. Use a spoon to break up the ground turkey. Cook another 7-10 minutes or until sweet potatoes and broccoli are fork tender.
Remove from the heat and divide into 4 meal prep containers or enjoy immediately.
1 serving equals 1 heaping cup of the meal.
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