Ham, Apple, Sweet Potato, Egg Scramble

I haven’t always been a breakfast person, but protein rich breakfasts sure give me a boost of energy and keep me going strong throughout the day. This meal is actually perfect for any time of the day…I love it for dinner as well. I pretty much love any type of egg & meat scramble, but this one was terrific! I’ll have to double the recipe next time!

Ham, sweet potatoes, tart granny smith apples, a diced shallot and freshly scrambled eggs. Yummy!

And…there’s more…I added a couple dashes of Watkin’s cinnamon, TraderJoe’s Seasoning Salute, and a little salt and pepper to really boost the flavor. You’ll love how these different flavors come together in one yummy dish. I just love cooking with my cast iron skillet – it was my husband’s great grandmother’s skillet, so there’s a lot of love going into this meal.

Cooking and eating delicious, healthy meals doesn’t need to be complicated. This one is super-easy and not too time consuming. Give it a try and let me know what you think.

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    • 8 oz Ham, diced or cubed (Smithfield is my brand of choice)
    • 2 Granny Smith apples, cored, and diced
    • 1 medium sweet potato, peeled and diced into 1/4″ thick cubes
    • 1 shallot, diced
    • 3 eggs, scrambled
    • Organic Coconut Oil
Servings – about 3 good sized portions
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  1. In a large frying pan or skillet, add 2 tbsp of coconut oil and heat to medium.
  2. Sauté the diced shallot 2-3 minutes and leave in the pan.
  3. Add the sweet potatoes to the shallots and cook for about 7 minutes or til tender.
  4. Add the ham, apples and herbs/spices to the pan.
  5. Continue cooking until the sweet potatoes and apples are tender, then reduce heat.
  6. In a separate pan, add apx 1 tbsp coconut oil and heat pan to medium. Scramble the eggs in your frying pan.
  7. Mix the scrambled eggs into the potato mixture, stir and mix well.
  8. Serve hot and enjoy!

**I made the mistake of not using a separate pan to scramble the eggs…my eggs turned a grayish color because of the oils etc from the skillet…which is why you don’t see eggs in my finished dish! Yes, I ate them…I just didn’t get a picture with them.                                      I suggest using a separate pan 🙂

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