• You will LOVE everything about this Healthy One Skillet Breakfast Hash - Tender sweet potatoes, nutrient-rich spinach, and roasted brussel sprouts, sprinkled with flavorful Canadian bacon, and topped with deliciously runny, baked eggs. Add sliced avocado and diced green onions for the perfect final touch! | NOMaste Kitchen
    Breakfast Food,  Healthy Breakfast Foods

    Healthy One Skillet Breakfast Hash

    If you couldn’t tell – I love love love breakfast food. Hence my recent posts for Overnight French Toast Casserole, Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Casserole, and 21 Make-Ahead Brunch Recipes. I just can’t get enough breakfast food! I also have been LOVING my new skillet – one pot/one skillet meals are so easy, fun, and delicious. So I decided, why not try and one skillet breakfast? Even better, how about a Healthy One Skillet Breakfast Hash! When I was in college in St. Louis, there was this one INCREDIBLE brunch spot called Half & Half. They had the most amazing fresh-squeezed orange juice and homemade doughnuts. But there was one menu…

  • This One Skillet Chicken Sausage and White Bean Gnocchi is just as amazing as it sounds! Flavorful chicken sausage is sauteed with onion and garlic, then roasted with tomatoes, oregano, paprika, and my favorite - brussel sprouts! Baked with mozzarella & parmesan to complete this amazing one skillet meal. | NOMaste Kitchen
    Healthy Main Courses,  Main Courses

    One Skillet Chicken Sausage and White Bean Gnocchi

    I love love love gnocchi. Bagels are to bread as gnocchi is to pasta – it is like the carbiest, most decadent and delicious version of the already incredible food. So yeah, gnocchi is obviously the best. Just like this One Skillet Chicken Sausage and White Bean Gnocchi is the best. It is incredibly delicious without the mess of a big complicated meal. One skillet. 30 minutes. That’s all! I found the original version of this recipe on Chelsea’s Messy Apron and thought WOAH! That looks amazing. So naturally, I had to try it. My version is quite similar – but with a few alterations! I decided to use half an…