I've always seen breakfast as just an excuse to eat more potatoes. I'll skip sweets, like pancakes and waffles, and dive straight into the savory section of a restaurant menu, usually ordering a dish because it's served with potatoes. If you're a breakfast potato fiend like me, these 13 dishes are sure to help start your morning right.
If you have a thing for sweet potatoes, this will soon be your new favorite way to turn them into breakfast for everyone at the table.
You can parboil the potatoes the night before so that the skillet comes together in a flash in the morning. To make it an even heartier morning meal, add a fried egg to your serving.
Cook up the mix of breakfast potatoes, bell pepper, and onion that forms the base of these morning tacos during meal prep, so all that's left to do in the morning is whip up some scrambled eggs.
I love walking past an open kitchen in a diner and seeing a big pile of breakfast potatoes on the griddle, crisping up and turning into a delicious side to be dished up next to whatever eggs I choose. These classic breakfast potatoes are a favorite for good reason!
Instead of babysitting hash browns on the stove, use a cast iron skillet and place frozen hash browns flavored with smoked paprika in the oven until crispy instead.
All of my favorite ingredients fall into this casserole: potatoes, eggs, crispy bacon, and lots of cheese. Since it uses frozen diced potatoes, it's a cinch to throw together.
Fresh herbs, sautéed potatoes, goat cheese, and eggs get started on the stove, and then finished in the oven in this elegant frittata that can do double duty as breakfast or lunch.
This twist on a classic Spanish dish cooks Swiss chard, onion, and eggs together on the stovetop, where it's flipped so both sides get golden brown.
These individual egg cups may look fancy, but using frozen shredded hash browns means they can be whipped up without fuss.
Spend a little time over the weekend assembling these hearty breakfast burritos and feel confident your mornings will be in check all week long.
This unique recipe is the perfect way to use up leftover salmon from last night's dinner. While it doesn't need an egg on top to be satisfying, a poached or fried egg never hurt.
This recipe calls for a bag of frozen diced potatoes, which saves you the time required to dice them yourself. When mixed with eggs and milk, they form the rich, hearty base for this cheesy make-ahead casserole.