Cheesy Bacon Egg Hash Brown Skillet ~ Delicious, Easy Breakfast Skillet Loaded with Crispy Bacon, Hash Browns, Cheese and Eggs! You Can Even Serve it For Dinner!
Ahhh Christmas is almost here and I’m sitting here with presents to wrap, presents to buy, decorations to put up, Christmas cards to mail, treats to make and I’m starting to get a bit worried! Let alone all the “normal” stuff I have to keep up on!
Anyone else feeling like they might crack? I start to have heart palpitations whenever I start thinking about my list. How am I going to get it all done while providing my family with clean clothes, homemade meals and a happy Mom?
Thank goodness for online shopping. It saves me! It’s so much easier to hop online and order what I need for gifts than to spend hours upon hours looking for the perfect gift at six different stores. What on earth did people do before it?
I know part of this is self-inflicted like usual. I feel this pressure at the holidays to go all out on the treat making and baking. I have this idea in my head that because I’m a blogger everyone expects me to have this elaborate tray of goodies that I have slaved over. Is this true friends? Do you expect this of me?
Therefore, I print about fifteen recipes out that I want to tackle and make to impress everyone. In all actuality I really just want to make a quick snack mix that takes 5 minutes and call it good. Someone tell me this is completely acceptable!
One thing that keeps me sane around the holidays is easy meals. I’m all about fast, easy and simple meals that the entire family loves. My girls love breakfast for any meal and are always more than happy when they are served it for breakfast, lunch or dinner! For some reason I always feel rebellious when I serve breakfast for dinner and I kind of love it!
As you can see, I really need to focus on SimplyHolidays like my friends at Simply Potatoes®! I made you a fabulous breakfast recipe that is budget friendly and simple. Two things I know I love around the holidays and all year long! Let’s all take a deep breath and make our holidays a little bit simpler so we can actually enjoy them!
One thing that is always stocked in my fridge is Simply Potatoes. Whether it’s their fabulous mashed potatoes, hash browns or diced potatoes they make my meal times way simpler. Plus, I love that they are fresh and never frozen potatoes and made with real ingredients! I can either throw them in my favorite recipe or serve them up as a side dish. Either way it’s a win for this Mom!
Pair it with al fresco chicken bacon and your meal is sure to be a winner! Al fresco offers more than 30 flavorful and healthy chicken products ranging from my favorite chicken bacon to meatballs, chicken burgers and chicken bacon. All of al fresco products have at least 50% less fat than traditional pork and beef products, are 100% all natural and delicious. Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snack time – when you eat al fresco, you eat better.
For this delicious Cheesy Bacon Egg Hash Brown Skillet I paired delicious Simply Potatoes with al fresco chicken bacon for a delicious skillet meal that you can either serve up for breakfast or dinner if you are like me! It’s great for the holidays if you are hosting guests because it comes together quickly so you can spend more time with them, plus it fills you up! I know it’s going to be going on my Christmas menu!
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Cheesy Bacon Egg Hash Brown Skillet
- 1 3 oz package al fresco Chicken Bacon, diced
- 1/4 c. chopped onion
- 2 tsp olive oil
- 1 20 oz package Simply Potatoes Shredded Hash Browns
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp pepper
- 6 eggs
- 3/4 c. Colby Jack Cheese
- In a large skillet cook onion in olive oil over medium heat until translucent. Add chopped bacon and heat through about 1 minute.
- Stir in hash browns, salt and peper. Cook, uncovered, over medium heat 10 minutes or until bottom of hash browns are golden brown. Turn hash browns.
- Make six evenly spaced wells in the potato mixture. Break one egg into each well.
- Cook, covered, on low 8-10 minutes or until eggs are set and potatoes are cooked through. Sprinkle cheese over the top and let stand until melted.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Simply Potatoes®. The opinions and text are all mine.