I have 9 of the best ever Whole 30 breakfast casserole recipes. Casserole recipes are easy – plus just think about all of the pans you won’t have to wash! I have been on the rampage hunting for Whole 30 breakfast casserole recipes and I found a bunch of really popular recipes. I had no idea there were so many breakfast hash recipes in the world, but I was wrong again.
I can’t believe I found 9 Whole 30 one dish breakfast hash recipes. Now the clincher is that unfortunately a lot of them are made with sweet potatoes. I never had any idea so many people eat sweet potatoes for breakfast. I also have a few breakfast hash recipes made with other main ingredients besides sweet potatoes, like carrots, squash, apples, kale, and broccoli.
Some of these Whole 30 Breakfast casserole recipes have other things added to the main ingredient too such as bacon, sausage, or ground beef. You can’t forget all of the flavorful ingredients added too like onions, peppers and spices and a lot of these recipes have an egg on top.
With these breakfast hash recipes, you have a very well rounded meal with complex carbs, protein, fruits and vegetables and lots of flavors but no sugar or dairy.
You have got to try all of these recipes because they are all a little bit different. You can get a lot of ideas from these recipes to make up your own favorite Whole 30 Breakfast casserole recipes.
I know a big complaint in the community is that they are tired of eggs and want a good nutritious low carb meal without eggs so you can just leave the eggs off of any of these recipes if you want to.
If you like these Whole 30 breakfast casserole recipes, you may also like these recipes:
Whole 30 Breakfast Casserole Recipes
1. Breakfast Bake with Sausage, Eggs, Spinach, and Mushrooms – 40 Aprons
Breakfast Sausage – Mushrooms – Olive Oil – Green Onions – Roma Tomatoes – Basil – Spinach – Eggs
A delicious easy homemade Whole30 sausage recipe is included in this recipe. This is packed with flavor, fiber, protein, and flavor. It will help make you feel really good all day. That’s what a good Whole30 breakfast can do for you. It is packed full of flavor, with tons of protein. It has great fiber content but it isn’t too heavy either. It has a lot of good things combined together that are so good and good for you. Like mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, spinach, sausage, and eggs. Yum Yum
2. Roasted Carrot Hash with Ground Beef and Bacon – Paleo Running Momma
Sometimes carrots are forgotten as a good breakfast food. I found literally thousands of breakfast casserole recipes with sweet potatoes. I think those beautiful carrots are sitting on the store shelves and thinking to themselves. What about me! Don’t forget about me! For this hash, you roast the carrots first while you’re frying up the bacon and ground beef and onions etc. Then you mix everything together and bake the hash along with the eggs, all at the same time. It makes it easier, faster and one less pan to wash, which is plus in my mind. That’s for sure. Yes, that’s right you bake the eggs on top of the hash. You don’t have to fry them up separately.
3. Turkey, Apple and Broccoli Breakfast Hash – The Healthy Foodie
Sonia buys a whole turkey and roasts, then uses the leftovers all week. She used some of that leftover turkey for this recipe. You don’t have to do that if you don’t want to. It just makes this hash a lot faster and easier to make. You could use chicken instead if you want to. She cooks the broccoli in the microwave and adds it after she cooks the apples and turkey in a frying pan. She fries the eggs in a separate pan. Everything is cooked on the stove top. I can just imagine the runny egg yolks blending in with all the other ingredients and cementing it all together.
4. California Avocado Sweet Potato Hash – Dine & Dish
Avocado – Coconut Oil – Sweet Potato – Zucchini – Garlic – Eggs
I never considered vegetables a breakfast before I learned about the Whole30 diet. It’s kind of an interesting concept in my opinion. Why do we always think breakfast has to be sweet. Think about it, doughnut, sweet rolls, toast with jam, waffles, granola bars and granola are all sweet. Even the fruit we eat with all of these things is sweet. I think it’s just a mindset and a big HABIT that needs to change. So let’s start with US. Yes, you and me and our families and spread the idea to our bloggers and friends and neighbors. We can change the world for the better. Avocados are a great vegetable to start that idea with. I don’t really think of avocados as vegetables anyway, but I guess they are.
5. Breakfast Hash – Slimming Eats
This breakfast hash is full of good healthy foods and is a good source of protein. It will keep you full for a long time. Longer than a slice of toast or a bowl of cereal. This is a good dish to make ahead of time. It refrigerates well. In the morning all you have to do is heat it up and eat it. If you want to you can serve it with some nice fresh fried, poaches or scrambled eggs. They’ll give you some extra protein too.
6. Sweet Potato Bacon Kale Hash – Paleo Running Momma
This hash is easier to make than you might think. Basically, all you do is cut up the ingredients, put them in a pan. Then all you have to do after that is stir, cover, stir again, cover it again then fry up an egg if you like. Then it’s done. It can cook while you’re doing other things in the kitchen like making coffee and getting your kids up and going for the day.
7. Sweet Potato Hash Brown Pie – Easy Gluten Free Recipes
Yes, now you can have pie for breakfast:) This recipe is usually made with hash browns. Well, you can still have hash brown, just sweet potato hash browns. That’s no big deal, right? You can spiralize them pretty quickly and have a healthier more colorful breakfast. Since the sweet potatoes are spiralized they cook up quickly. You can get them perfectly browned and if you like, crispy on top. You can even spiralize them the night before if you like. They keep nicely for a few days in the refrigerator.
8. Sweet Potato Hash – Jays Baking Me Crazy
I included this recipe because I like the simpleness of it. Every single ingredient is listed above. That’s really on four ingredients plus salt and pepper. The soft onion, crispy salty bacon, the runny egg and the slightly sweet, sweet potato make the perfect bite. I think you’ll love it. To me, simple is always easier and faster. In this case that is certainly true. This feeds two people but you could always add more eggs or make a larger batch. It’s a well-rounded meal that includes protein, carbs, fat and a lot of flavors.
9. Bacon Kale & Sweet Potato Hash – A Saucy Kitchen
Bacon – Sweet Potato – Bell Pepper – Kale – Eggs
This is a lot like the last hash but it has bell peppers and kale added and doesn’t have onion. I think you’ve pretty much got the idea by now, that you can pretty much add or take away anything you want. In fact, you could pretty much go through your frig and just throw whatever is in there, in this meal. Within reason that is. I’ve seen recipes like this with brussels sprouts and other vegetables. I don’t see why you couldn’t use green beans or peas. Frozen vegetables would be really easy. Use your imagination and see what you come up with. Have fun!