Who doesn’t love breakfast?

Seriously, who doesn’t love breakfast food? Eggs, Bacon and hash-browns. I could eat that kind of meal everyday. But the worst part of breakfast food is most of the time I don’t want to cook as soon as I wake up in the morning. I’m usually pretty tired, entertaining my toddler and trying to get him fed. Once I’ve done all that time has passed and I don’t feel like preparing it, or having to do the clean up afterwards.

So I have started to prep our breakfast food. I’m making some type of delicious casserole that last us the week. I spend one day cooking and then every morning its in the fridge and only has to be heated up.

Below is one of my go-to, Whole 30 approved, healthy breakfast meals.


Ranch Sweet Potato Sausage Egg Bake

Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooke Time: 25 minutes

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Ingredients:
-2 Medium sweet Potatoes, cubed
-1 lb Turkey breakfast sausage
-3 cups spinach
-9 Eggs
-1 Red Pepper
-1 tbsp coconut oil
-1/2 yellow onion, diced.
-Salt and Pepper to taste
-Avocado to top

Directions:
1. Pre-heat oven to 400, grease baking dish.
2. Add coconut oil to sauté pan and add diced sweet potatoes.
3. In a different sauce pan add Turkey sausage, brown.
4. Once Turkey is brown, add diced pepper, spinach and onions.
5. In a bowl whisk egg, add salt and pepper.
6. Once Sweet Potatoes are tender, mix them with Whole30 Ranch.
7. In your baking dish, layer sweet potatoes, sausage bake and top with whisked eggs (cover dish evenly).
8. Bake for 20 minutes.


Enjoy!

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What’s in my kitchen?

How many times have you gone to the grocery story with what you want to cook on your mind but you can’t remember what you have at home? Or pinned a ton of new fun recipes and head straight to the store and end up buying duplicates of spices, seasonings and broths? Me! I have!

I love to plan our my menu a week a head of time but I can’t tell you how many times I just write down everything that I need buy for every recipe and realize that I spent a ton of money on things that I already have. So recently I’ve been trying to find a way to keep that organized. I made a “master list” of the basics that you need in your kitchen for any meal. And on that list it has a number of how many I have, when I use one up or it’s getting low I make a mark on my list and check it every time I go to the grocery store. It has saved me from having 3 shakers of garlic powder in one cabinet, it’s saved money since I’m not just buying it just in case, and it’s saved time because now I have a little list of what I have in my kitchen.

So I’ve made my master list available to you. Now you may need things on your master list that I don’t have on mine and with this file you are able to change it and make it custom to you. I have one list printed out and hung in my cabinet and one also saved on my phone so that I can constantly update it.

What’s in my kitchen

↑ This is just a sample PDF of what the list looks like

What’s In my Kitchen (Make your own)

↑ This is an Excel Worksheet that you can save to your computer or your phone.   You can edit the supply list or how many items that you have at anytime.

I hope that you are able to enjoy and benefit from this list as much as we have.

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