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Serves: 2-4
  • Fat of Choice {butter, bacon fat, ghee, coconut oil, etc}
  • 10 oz of Sweet Potato, Cooked + Diced into bite sized pieces
  • Favorite Bag of Frozen Veggies
  • 6 Eggs
  • Favorite Seasoning {I used Italian Seasoning and Oregano}
  • Salt + Pepper
  1. Heat up sweet potato in the microwave for a few minute {or if you're using a steam-fresh bag, follow the instructions}
  2. Heat up a large skillet on medium-high heat with your favorite fat {I used both butter and bacon fat}.
  3. Dump your frozen veggies in and let them start to cook.
  4. While they're getting all yummy in the skillet, crack your eggs in a separate bowl and beat them with a fork.
  5. Once your sweet potatoes are done, add those in along with as much seasoning as you'd like. I used about a 2 teaspoons of Italian seasoning and 1 teaspoon of dried oregano} along with some salt + pepper.
  6. Add your eggs in and mix all around. Here's where we get to the faux-part of the recipe.
  7. Move your eggs around a little bit, once they look like they're starting to set spread everything out into an even layer.
  8. At this point I turned off my stove and put a layer of foil over the top -- literally just lay it there, nothing special, that way you can reuse it after and let it sit until the pan mostly cooled {about 5 minutes}.
  9. Remove the foil slice up and serve!
This served two very {very} hungry people for an early dinner. It could normally serve 2-4 people depending on what went with it!
Recipe by Paleo On A Budget at https://paleoonabudget.com/2013/07/17/faux-frittata/