One Pan Breakfast: Hash Browns, Eggs, Avocado & Tomato

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Hello Friends!

I don’t know about you…but this summer has been way too much fun! This weekend, I attended the Reggae and Roses event at Fuller Gardens in North Hampton, New Hampshire. The gardens were spectacular & the music was fun! (Reggae makes me happy) 🙂 A glass of rosé, a gorgeous crudité platter, and a venue that overlooked the ocean made for a lovely evening.  I won the tickets from Seacoast Lately, a super fun blog/newsletter that shares upcoming events for those traveling to the Maine and New Hampshire coast! I enjoyed the event with my niece, Gretchen–a great opportunity to catch up with one another. Check out this pink hydrangea at the Fuller Gardens…absolutely beautiful!

We have had many guests this summer visiting our little Maine cottage and one of my favorite breakfast dishes for a crowd is this one pan hashbrown and egg dish. Like many of my recipes, you can really make this your own by adding different veggies, seasonings, herbs and breakfast meats.I often add uncured chicken bacon (al fresco brand) or breakfast sausages (without FODMAP ingredients), tomatoes, bell pepper, sometimes a little shredded cheddar, avocado and cilantro.  For this recipe, I also added a little taco seasoning, without onion and garlic, of course! Just keep avocado to 1/8 of the avocado per serving for the low FODMAP elimination diet.

Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!

10 replies on “One Pan Breakfast: Hash Browns, Eggs, Avocado & Tomato

  • Amanda J.

    Do you have recommendations for sausage that’s low FODMAP from the grocery store in the U.S.? I would love to eat another form of meat in the mornings, but haven’t found anything that might work. Thanks!

  • Amanda

    I didn’t realize applegate made sausage that is fodmap safe. That’s awesome! I love their products. I’m going to try to find these at my local grocery store.
    I’ve been in the fodmap diet for four weeks and have seen great improvements. However, my doctor wants me to continue for another two months. This seems very restrictive to me. It limits my ability to eat out socially with friends and I’m afraid that I will have less tolerance when I reintroduce some high fodmap foods. Any suggestions?

    • katescarlata

      Hi Amanda, the ingredients look okay to me. Pectin is not a FODMAP but can cause gas–just note this–if you find it bothers you. We won’t know the actual FODMAP content w/o actually testing the product–but it seems worth a try!

      • Amanda

        Thank you! It has been a go-to snack for me and it’s so yummy. I’ve also tried Kite Hill’s almond yogurt, which is also very tasty and doesn’t have any pectin. The ingredients are as follows:Almond Milk (Water, Almonds), Cane Sugar, Organic Tapioca Starch, Natural Flavor, Locust Bean Gum, Citric Acid, Vanilla Bean, Xanthan Gum, Agar, Live Active Cultures: S.Thermophilus, L.Bulgaricus, L.Acidophilus and Bifidobacteria.

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