Sweet Potato Hash Protein Bowl

For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this sweet potato hash protein bowl is packed with tons of veggies and protein. Start off by making a homemade sweet potato hash, then add in tons of other veggies and your favorite chicken sausage for a delicious protein bowl recipe.

Sweet potato hash protein bowl

Oh my heart, this sweet potato hash. If you’re in the market for a protein bowl recipe that’s packed with veggies, complex carbs, and so many nutrients, then this sweet potato hash is for you! This recipe started as a kitchen sink recipe, but all of the ingredients used pair so well together.

How Do You Make Sweet Potato Hash?

Who would have ever thought to use a cheese grater to make sweet hash browns? NOT ME. When we were in San Miguel, Lin’s mother-in-law made us a sweet potato kale hash protein bowl similar to this one and that’s what she used to grate the sweet potato. GENIUS. Here’s how simple it really is…

Step 1: Peel sweet potato. This step is actually optional, but for classic sweet potato hash, you’ll want to make sure your sweet potatoes are peeled.

Step 2: Place a large bowl or plate on your countertop and plop your cheese grater on top.

Step 3: Grate your sweet potato using the medium grate size. You can really use any size you want, but for this recipe, you’ll want your sweet potato hash browns to be medium.

For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this sweet potato kale hash is a satisfying meal packed with tons of veggies and protein!

Sweet Potato Hash Protein Bowl Grocery List

Lin and I decided to create a similar sweet potato hash recipe, but with tons of veggies and protein. Here’s what you need:

  • sweet potato (any kind of potato will work)
  • kale (on the bone)
  • onion (any kind)
  • red pepper
  • pre-cooked chicken sausages
  • minced garlic
  • balsamic vinegar
  • salt and pepper

We picked up some delicious pre-cooked chicken sausage for this recipe. You are more than welcome to use uncooked, but pre-cooked is just so much easier. Some of our favorite pre-cooked chicken sausages with no antibiotics includes: Aidell’s and Applegate,

Sweet Potato Hash Browns For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this sweet potato kale hash is a satisfying meal packed with tons of veggies and protein!

Sweet Potato Hash Q&A

How do I bake sweet potato hash?

I actually recommend not baking sweet potato hash, rather using your stove top and pan frying. To keep things a little bit healthier, you can use olive oil or coconut oil and sautee instead of deep fry!

How do you make sweet potato hash browns?

It’s SO EASY. All you really need is a cheese grater and a sweet potato. You can check out our tutorial on how to make sweet potato hash browns HERE.

How do you make sweet potatoes for breakfast?

There are many different ways to make sweet potatoes for breakfast This sweet potato hash protein bowl is one of them, but here are a few of my other favorite sweet potato breakfast recipes: healthy sweet potato power pancakes, and how to roast sweet potatoes.

How do you make sweet potato latkes?

We love sweet potato latkes (or fritters) here at Fit Foodie Finds. Check out our Cheddar Sweet Potato Hash Browns Fritters for a full tutorial on how to make latkes.

Other Sweet Potato Hash Recipes

Recipe

Sweet Potato Hash Protein Bowl

For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, this sweet potato hash protein bowl is packed with tons of veggies and protein. Start off by making a homemade sweet potato hash, then add in tons of other veggies and your favorite chicken sausage for a delicious protein bowl recipe.

  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 20 minutes
  • Total Time: 35 minutes
Author: Lee Hersh
Yield: 4
Category: Lunch
Method: Stove-Top
Cuisine: American

Ingredients

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 large sweet potato, peeled
  • 1 red pepper, finely diced
  • 1/2 yellow onion, finely diced
  • 4 chicken sausages, precooked
  • 4 cups kale, deboned
  • salt and pepper, to taste (be generous!)
  • 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

Instructions

  1. Place 1 tablespoon of olive oil in a nonstick skillet and heat over medium/high heat.
  2. Next, prepare your sweet potato hash browns by grating your sweet potato with a cheese grater. You’ll want to use a medium grate for this.
  3. Add in the sweet potato hash, onion, garlic, red pepper, and sliced chicken sausages to the skillet. Sauté for about 5-7 minutes or until onions become translucent.
  4. Add in kale and a tablespoon more of olive oil (or more if needed) and sauté until kale has wilted and reached desired texture. Season with salt and pepper and then add in 2 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar.
  5. Give your sweet potato hash one last toss and enjoy!

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1/4
  • Calories: 251
  • Sugar: 8
  • Fat: 12
  • Fiber: 5
  • Protein: 16

This weekend was super chill. On Saturday Lin and I did a few recipes and then ventured to the outlet malls to see what kind of deals we could find. FUN FACT: I NEVER buy anything full price…unless it’s from Lululemon and even then I get my R&D discount. Guess where we struck gold?

OLD NAVY.

Crazy, right? I haven’t shopped at Old Navy since I was in middle school, but they are stepping up their game and their stuff is SUPER reasonably priced! I got a bunch of tanks, a cute dress, and a romper. We also got some really cute sweaters from the LOFT outlet for $3.88. Another FUN FACT: In Minnesota, clothes are not taxed. JACKPOT.

On Saturday night, I watched a soccer game and then literally went to bed at 8:45 PM. I had to get up at 4:45 that morning to take my brother to the airport, so I was exhausted by 9 PM. I don’t even care because 8:45 PM was really like 9:45 PM with daylight savings :P Sunday was pretty chill too. I went to a coffee shop in the AM and then met my PEC gym friends for a St. Patty’s Day brunch at Morrissey’s Irish Pub after they did an 8 mile run around the lake. Unfortunately, I can’t run at the moment (THANK YOU BROKEN FOOT…STORY COMING TOMORROW!), so I scored us a table. At least I’m good for something. Everyone ordered bloody’s, but I think they are gross (who is with me!), so I got a cider. NOM.

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