My name is Annie Snook, and I am a 'Breakfastaholic'! Breakfast is my most favorite meal, and I can eat it anytime. Every weekend, it's my ritual. I get up, make coffee, bring out Fancy, then, start on breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day, and keeps me fueled up till about 2pm. When I cook, I love trying new things, and ways to make something. In this case, it's my sweet potato hash!

My Sweet Potato Hash has been known to whoo people over to the 'breakfast side', and make men fall in love with me! Well, for a little while anyways. I love hash for it's versatility; you can just about make a hash with anything, as long as there are potatoes involved. I choose sweet potatoes for my hash, because they are a little healthier and less starch. If you are looking to shake up your morning breakfast, use this recipe, and watch your family smile!

Annie's Sweet Potato Hash

1 bag of Sweet Potato Fries

1 yellow pepper chopped

1 yellow onion chopped

1 package of mushrooms (your choice)

1 tube of Jimmy Dean Regular Sausage

2 tablespoons of Paprika

Salt and Pepper to taste

2 poached eggs per serving


Add olive oil to a pan, and add chopped pepper, onion and mushrooms. Take a hand full or so frozen sweet potato fries (depending on how many servings you are making), put them on a microwave safe plate. Set the plate in the microwave, and cook the fries for 4-6 minutes, depending on serving size. Once a little thawed, chop up the fries in cubes, and add to the pan with veggies. Cook mixture for 5-7 minutes, medium high heat. Then, add sausage to pan, as much as you would like per serving. Be sure to mince up the meat in the pan, much like browning hamburger meat. Add salt, pepper, and paprika, and stir. Let the mixture cook until the sausage is cooked through, and the potatoes start to get a 'crisp' on them. Serve individually, with 2 poached eggs on top.