Adventures in Healthier Eating with 2 Kids and a Picky Husband

Sweet Potato Scramble

8 WWPP Posted by 4 years ago 4 Comments

You may or may not know I’ve returned to Weight Watchers. Now that I’m counting points I try real hard not to fall into the rut of eating cereal every day. Sure, it’s easier to weigh out a serving and count but I’d much rather a warm breakfast with less processed foods.

This morning I decided to revisit an old idea I had for Sweet Potato Hash. I turned it into a complete breakfast by adding eggs. It was a great way to start my day!

I used 1 egg and 1 egg white but you could use all eggs, egg beaters or only whites. Whatever your preference is.Sweet Potato Scramble I wasn’t sure I’d like the egg with sweet potato but it’s really a nice combo–especially dipped in ketchup! ;)

Make the Simple Sweet Potato Hash and then remove half from the skillet.

Scramble the egg and egg white together with a bit of kosher salt and pepper.

Add egg mixture to the potatoes in the skillet.

Once the eggs begin to set, stir a spatula. Cook until eggs are completely set. Serve immediately.

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 entire recipe
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
307 9g 3g old: 6 new: 8
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
9g 2g 22g 36g

See other recipes using: bacon bits, egg, egg white, sweet potato


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    Nathalie

    April 2, 2011

    Yum!! This looks delish Roni! Thanks for the great breakfast idea! Reply

    Joanie @ The Bright Side

    April 2, 2011

    Thanks, Roni! This looks yummy and satisfying. Just wanted to thank you for including the old WW points, too. I really appreciate that. Reply

    Renda

    April 3, 2011

    Made this this morning. Yum. I just left it in the skillet, cracked on egg over it and let it cook for a few minutes. Came out like a poached/unfried fried egg. Broke the yolk (because I like them a little underdone) and it was fabulous. I was giving it a chance and so glad I did. Then I had the second half for lunch, no egg. Very happy right now. Thanks for sharing. Reply

    Roz

    April 6, 2011

    Hi Roni, I'm pretty new to your blog, and just wanted to say "thank you" for so many great meal ideas! (and including points values!) Have a great day. Reply