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Bundt Breakfast Bake

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Adjust Servings:
1 dozen eggs
2 cups diced ham sub compliant sausage or bacon
8 oz (1/2 frozen bag) bag of home fries
6 seeded and diced mixed sweet peppers
1 cup coconut milk or almond, cashew
2 cups loosely packed spinach
1 diced red onions
1 T garlic
1/2 t himalayan sea salt
2 t peppercorn medley fresh cracked pepper any
1.5T olive oil
1.5t paprika

Bundt Breakfast Bake

Healthy | Paleo | Whole30


    Perfect for any holiday, occasion or just to make ahead for breakfast on the fly all week!

    • 60
    • Serves 12
    • Easy




    Don’t call it a come bundt! (enter old skewl hip hop jam) Yup, I’m a dork! This pan has been around since the dawn of time. Let’s show it some love with this savory treat.

    Why settle for the normal breakfast bake? Especially, if you want to change things up or impress those house guests who just WILL NOT leave. Don’t worry your secret is safe with me. No matter how much you enjoy their arrival, the departure leaves you relieved to get your house back to your own and the indentured servitude to come to an end.

    I get it!

    Onward – this has all the components you have come to enjoy from a scrumptious breakfast concoction but in a cool new format.

    Enter the bundt pan! Anytime I say that word – bundt – I immediately think of that scene in My Big Fat Greek Wedding where the Greeks have never seen the white folk bundt cake. Too funny!

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    No matter which bundt pan you use and no matter what the claim is, I find that I need to grease the hell out of the pan to keep the egg and taters from sticking since gravity is against you, dear friend.

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    Ingredient variations

    You cannot go wrong here. Add spinach, change the protein, omit the protein and add more veggies like squash and kale. Go for it! Or stick the recipe here.

    Does your bunt need a date to the party?

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    Mise en place

    Gather all of your ingredients, pans, utensils, etc. Preheat oven to 385F.


    Chop and dice your veggies and ham.


    In a skillet, heat 1 T of olive oil over medium high heat. Saute onions and peppers for 5-6 minutes, stirring once. Add ham or meat of choice. Cook protein until it is mostly cooked.


    In another skillet, heat 1 T of olive oil over medium high heat. Add frozen potatoes in a single layer. Let cook for 6 minutes and flip over for another 6 minutes to get a nice crust on the potatoes. Remove from heat.


    While the veggies and protein are sauteing, it is time to prepare the egg mixture. Add eggs to a large bowl. Add the seasonings and milk and whisk thoroughly.


    Grease or spray bundt pan like there is no tomorrow! Some may stick due to gravity so its best to overspray the pan even if its non-stick.


    Add potatoes to the bundt pan. Top with peppers, onions, and ham mixture. Add chopped spinach here if adding. Pour egg mixture over the top. Insert a spoon and use it to gently incorporate the egg mixture into the lower ingredients. Pop in the oven for 45 minutes or until a toothpick comes out mostly clean.


    Let sit for at least 10 minutes before serving. This is a holiday morning or brunch showstopper.


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