Fast, Tasty, Plant-Based Breakfast

img_4954There is much yet to be done to prepare the house and the food for tonight’s party, so here is a quick recipe for you that yields a lovely breakfast to start your day of things-getting-done.

  1. Cut up at least one potato per person and a quarter of an onion per person, and use your favorite spices and a dash of olive oil to brown them in a pan.
  2. This will take a while, so use the time between pan-scraping to mix half an avocado, a teaspoon (or a tablespoon…) of sour cream, and a tablespoon of your favorite salsa in a small bowl. It should be a creamy sauce, not a chunky guacamole – think crema. Best to use a super-ripe avocado! Add salt and garlic powder to taste.
  3. When the potatoes are cooked through and crisped on the outside, serve in bowls with some of the avocado crema on top. Yes, there’s some dairy in there, but for the most part, you’ve got a hearty plant-based breakfast that tastes like someone’s brunch menu.

What’s your favorite food for going out and getting things done? This one vanished quickly for us and, once I post this blog entry, we’re off!

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10 comments on “Fast, Tasty, Plant-Based Breakfast

  1. callmetrav says:

    Sounds delicious and I’m sure it will give you the energy you need to get through the morning. I like to have a smoothie with oatmeal, yogurt, nuts, mango, raspberries and orange juice. This helps me get prepared to take the day on.

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  2. I’m an “overnight oatmeal” fan, so there’s no prep on a busy morning. Lots of recipes and variations on Pinterest. Fruit, nuts, coconut, chocolate chips… All the things. I make it in a container with a lid so I can even take it along if we’re leaving really early.

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  3. Patricia says:

    Sounds yummy!!!❤ I’ve never mixed avocado and potatoes. Will now though! Normally I do oatmeal.

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  4. This breakfast sounds wonderful

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  5. Two of my favorite quick meals is a baked sweet potato (plain) or green beans and yellow potatoes. I can eat both of those anytime of day, if I need something extra I would do a peeled whole carrot or apples and peanut butter. I’ve tried a few other things but I tend to come back to these.

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  6. vennagreen says:

    I love potatoes and I love avacado….nice breakfast.

    Good luck on tonight’s party!

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  7. Akuokuo says:

    I really like your blog!

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  8. nekkieslife says:

    wow i will try that thanks for sharing! 😋

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  9. mummagweb says:

    My husband has just picked a good crop of potatoes, so I’ll definitely give this one a go!

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  10. Elizabeth says:

    I am a fan of your bowl. We like to pick up local pottery when we travel to use for our cereal. Where was yours from?

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