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Sweet Potato Hash

A favorite kid’s breakfast in our house is Everyday Paleo’s Sweet Potato Hash.  Probably too much carb load for anyone trying to lose weight, but your kids will love it with a side of fresh fruit or fried apples. 

SWEET POTATO HASH

1 lb ground pork sausage

3 sweet potatoes grated

3 tbsp coconut oil

cinnamon

Brown the sausage in a large soup pan.  Add the coconut oil and shredded sweet potatoes to the cooked sausage (sometimes I’ll also add about 3 tbsp of organic butter as well). Stirring often, let the potatoes cook until they are soft, about 7 minutes.  Add a TON of cinnamon and serve.  This is a bit too much of a carb load for me in the morning but it’s great to get the kids going!  I do love eating a little bit of it with a poached egg.

Source:  everydaypaleo.com

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