This Sweet Potato Hash recipe – paleo diet approved also – is a staple in our household; it will be in yours, too.

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Sweet Potato Hash Eat Paleo Dinner

First things first: I love sweet potatoes as-is or part of a healthy meal.

I also love butternut squash, acorn squash, kabocha and spaghetti squash. But I was definitely not always this way.

Sweet Potato Hash Sweet Potatoes

When I was little, a daycare provider shoved squash down my throat after repeatedly telling her I didn’t like it. I threw up, and I was scarred from squash heaven for all of my childhood and into early adulthood.

Sweet Potato Hash Food Processor

This is the reason that I make my children try everything, multiple times, but never shove anything down their throats or make them feel like they must eat something just because I love it.

When I came out on the other side, though, I fell madly in love with all things sweet potatoes and squash.

Sweet Potato Hash Paleo Sweet Potatoes

Now listen, one of my most popular blog posts to date is 5 reasons you might not be able to digest sweet potatoes.

This information is legit.

But right now, currently, in this moment, I am digesting all the things, and it has been so lovely friends.

Sweet Potato Hash Paleo Dinner

I have been making this Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash recipe for a very long time now, probably 2+ years.

At our house, we eat most of the dish in one sitting. I make it when friends come over, and it’s always completely gone. No one even has to know it’s a healthy breakfast!

Sweet Potato Hash Recipe {Paleo}

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Sweet Potato Hash Paleo Dinner Breakfast

Sweet Potato Hash Recipe {Paleo}

A Paleo Sweet Potato sausage Hash perfect for breakfast, weekend brunch or even dinner, complete with sweet potatoes, eggs and meat.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Servings 5 servings


  • 8 eggs large
  • 5 small sweet potatoes de-skinned and shredded
  • 1/4 cup Nutiva Organic Buttery Coconut Oil melted
  • 6 links sausage casing removed and sliced
  • 1.5 cups mushrooms sliced
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk full-fat
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • herbs as desired (parsley, marjoram)


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Place chunks of de-skinned sweet potatoes in a food processor and shred until finely shredded.
  • Transfer sweet potatoes to a large bowl and add the melted Nutiva Organic Buttery Coconut Oil. Stir.
  • Transfer mixture to a casserole dish.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, mix together eggs, mushrooms, coconut milk, sausage, herbs, salt, and pepper in a bowl.
  • Add the mixture to the sweet potatoes after 30 minutes, then place entire casserole back in the oven to bake for another 30-32 minutes.
  • Serve and enjoy!
Keyword dairy free, gluten free, paleo, whole30

More Notes

  1. This is also a whole 30 breakfast idea that you can easily meal prep for a make ahead breakfast throughout your week.
  2. If you do not have a food processor, you can find previously grated potatoes in the frozen aisle at the grocery store. You’ll likely need at least a couple bags.
  3. The Nutiva Organic Buttery Coconut Oil gives it a buttery flavor without adding dairy. However, here are some swaps if you don’t want to use that: avocado oil, regular coconut oil, olive oil, or regular butter.
  4. You can choose many different things for the sausage links. Instead, you could opt for: ground pork, a custom sausage mixture maybe even adding in some bacon bits, another delicious flavor sausage or turkey link, or any other type of breakfast sausage.
  5. Mushrooms are my jam, but they are not for everyone. You can skip them altogether and replace with any of the following: bell peppers, red onions, finely shopped Brussels sprouts and/or broccoli. You could also use both the mushrooms and anything else.
  6. Parsley and marjoram are the main fresh herbs I use in this savory breakfast dish. However, thyme and sage are also great inclusions.
  7. Love garlic? Try adding in 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder or some fresh, minced garlic.

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Sweet Potato Hash Paleo Dinner Breakfast

Can you use white potatoes instead of sweet potatoes?

Absolutely! However, it would technically not fall under the paleo recipes category nor would it be considered a whole30 breakfast any longer.

How long will the recipe last?

If you don’t finish the whole pan, transfer to an airtight container. Place it in the fridge. It’s definitely a recipe that will still taste great the next day, but it’s not likely to be great after a week.

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