Vegetarian Sweet Potato Hash

Vegetarian Breakfast Recipe: Sweet Potato Hash

This month is all about challenging yourself to go meatless (or cut back on your meat consumption) this May for the No Meat May Challenge! This vegetarian challenge was started to bring awareness to animal welfare, environmental issues, and the health benefits of cutting back on meat consumption.

Vegetarian Sweet Potato Hash

I’m definitely a huge supporter of cutting back on meat consumption, so every Monday during the Month of May I’ll be coming at you with a delicious vegetarian recipe from the Clean & Colorful Solution to make your No Meat May Challenge tastier.

A little color goes a long way…

Decreasing our meat consumption, and increasing fruit and veggie consumption can go a long way towards living a healthier lifestyle and might even help you lose a few pounds! By adding color to our lives we’re also increasing the amount of nutrition we get from each meal.

I love making vegetarian meals. They always turn out bright and look so appealing. Did you know that a vegetarian diet is associated with a higher consumption of phytochemicals, magnesium, fiber, folic acids, and countless vitamins? Vegetarians also often times benefit by having lower blood pressure, cholesterol, and body weight than non vegetarians.

Delicious vegetarian sweet potato hash

Sweet potato hash is always one of my favorite meals to make for breakfast. Plus it’s a crowd pleaser! This sweet potato hash features a variety of colors in addition to some pretty delicious over easy eggs for added protein and flavor. The sweet potatoes add a heartiness to the dish to help keep you full and satisfied for hours.

vegetarian sweet potato hash

Make sure to give this vegetarian sweet potato hash recipe a try sometime this week! I promise your whole family will love it, and that you won’t miss the bacon!

Did you give this recipe a try? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Get your 28-day vegetarian meal plan

Going vegetarian for a month is lots easier than you thought! Give these 28 day vegetarian meal plans a try. You can pick from a 1250 or 1500 calorie level, and have breakfast, lunch and dinner figured out for the next 28 days. Not only will you feel better, but you might lose a few pounds too! Make sure to get 1250 or 1500 meal plan here!

Vegetarian Breakfast Recipe: Sweet Potato Hash

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Teresa Marie Howes, BS, CPT, HHP
Teresa Marie is a nutrition expert, fitness enthusiast and health coach. She is backed with a BS in Nutrition, an MBA, a CPT from ACE and 16+ years of experience in the weight loss and wellness space. She is the founder and lead contributor of this site and coaches clients across the globe on how to achieve better health and more happiness by implementing the 4 Universal Diet Truths of her Clean & Colorful Concept.

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