There’s nothing that can contest the paleo egg bake if you’re looking for a breakfast cuisine! It is just belly filling and tasty. Sweet potato and egg really go well together. The texture of the potato and the yumminess of the egg will surely give you the energy boost you will need for the day!
The paleo egg bake is made with sweet potato, eggs, onions, brussel sprouts, coconut oil, sea salt, and black pepper. Sweet potato contains vitamin B6 which plays numerous roles in our nervous system, many of which involve neurological (brain cell) activity. B6 is necessary for the creation of amines, a type of messaging molecule or neurotransmitter that the nervous system relies on to transmit messages from one nerve to the next. That is something that’s gonna give your nerves the full throttle to slay the day. Eggs, meanwhile, will give you the essential protein that is very helpful in giving the body the ability to build muscles.
To make this egg bake, you need to add the sweet potato, onion, brussel sprouts, and coconut oil in a medium bowl. Use your hands to mix it well, coating the vegetables with the coconut oil. After that, evenly distribute the sweet potato mixture into 4 individual ramekins or croquettes. Then, crack an egg on top of the mixture into each one. Bake for 20 minutes, or until egg reaches your desired doneness in a preheated oven at 350 degrees F. After these steps, you are now ready to enjoy the egg bake. Season it with salt and pepper. Enjoy!
This recipes can be prepped ahead of time and popped in the oven while you’re getting ready for a busy day. Shred the veggies and store in the fridge. Assembly quickly and pop them in the oven. It’s packed with everything you need to keep you full and going all day! It’s also delicious!
Sweet Potato Paleo Egg Bake
Sweet Potato Egg Bake
- 1 Sweet Potato (shredded)
- 1 Onion (diced)
- 6 large Brussel sprouts (shredded or diced)
- 4 Eggs
- 1 tbsp Coconut Oil
- Sea Salt and Black Pepper
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
In a medium bowl, add the sweet potato, onion, Brussel sprouts, and coconut oil.
Use your hands to mix it well, coating the vegetables with the coconut oil.
Evenly distribute the sweet potato mixture into 4 individual ramekins or croquettes.
Crack an egg on top of the mixture into each one.
Bake for 20 minutes, or until egg reaches desired doneness.
Season with salt and pepper. Enjoy!