Hearty Harvest Breakfast Hash
Looking for a easy one pan wonder meal for your family? Try my Hearty Harvest Breakfast Hash which is a delicious way to start the day.
If you find your yourself cooking for group and short of time, give my hearty Harvest Breakfast Hash recipe a whirl. It can feed a ton of people and it is a nice hearty breakfast packed with flavors of the season. You can make this on one or two sheet pans depending on the size of your group, scoop and serve over fresh raisin toast, or a nice brioche bread. This is such an easy recipe and I even offer up a few seasonal variations below for fun too!This sheet pan breakfast hash consist of pumpkin pie coated sweet potatoes, crispy prosciutto, spinach, sunny side up eggs over cinnamon raisin toast drizzled with maple syrup.
Fun Seasonal Variations:
- Winter Gathering– Thyme coated Yukon Gold Potatoes, Maple Glazed Ham, Spinach, Eggs over easy Serve with Hollandaise. Served over toasted English Muffins.
- Spring Brunch– Sweet Potatoes Potatoes, Maple Glazed Ham, Pineapple Rings, Spinach, and Eggs. Served with Toasted Brioche.
- Summer Time Catch– Fry Seasoned Multi Colored Fingerling Potatoes (Red, White & Blue), Mini Crab Cakes, Spinach, served with mini toasted Hot Dog Buns (as a nod to Lobster Rolls) with a whipped garlic Bearnaise Sauce.
Harvest Breakfast Hash
- Sheet Pan
- Flat Spatula
- 2 lbs Sweet Potato Peeled, Chunked
- 2 tbsp Olive Oil 1 tbsp for potatoes, 1 tbsp for spinach
- 2 tbsp Pumpkin Pie Spice
- 6 oz Prosciutto Slices (thin)
- 8 oz Spinach
- 6 Eggs
- Salt & Pepper (to taste)
- 1 loaf Cinnamon Raisin Bread (toasted)
- 1 bottle Maple Syrup to drizzle
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- Precook the Prosciutto Slices on the Sheet pan for for 5-7 minutes until crispy. Remove and set to side on a paper towel to drain.
- Place sweet potatoes on sheet pan and toss with olive oil (approx 1 tbsp) and pumpkin pie spice. Bake for 25 minutes
- Remove pan from oven toss potatoes with a flat spatula. Add Spinach and coat with a light drizzle of olive oil (approx 1 tbsp)
- Then randomly crack the six eggs into the hash, making a nest to hold the egg. Lightly coat entire pan with salt and pepper to taste. Bake for 6-8 minutes until eggs are firm.
- During this time you will want to be making toast, for serving.
- When baking is complete remove from oven and top with baked prosciutto. Serve directly from pan with a flat serving spatula.
- Serve on Toast and top with Maple syrup.