Make bacon, eggs and hash browns for the whole family at once with this easy sheet pan recipe. The oven does most of the work for you but you can take the credit when your family enjoys this tasty breakfast.
This post is sponsored by the Wisconsin Pork Association. As always, all opinions are honest and my own.
Whether you make this sheet pan recipe for a delicious start to a weekend morning for a fun breakfast for dinner, it is going to quickly become a favorite. The bacon, eggs and hash browns all cook together, making it super simple.
There are very few active steps, so you can enjoy the morning with your guests or get yourself ready while it bakes. When the timer goes off, it will be time to sit down to a tasty and filling meal!
Bacon and eggs are a classic breakfast combination for good reason. They are absolutely delicious!
Of course it is also a wonderful way to get your morning started off with a great kick of protein. In addition, pork is an excellent source of several vitamins and minerals including thiamin, potassium, and vitamin B6 (you can learn more about the nutritional benefits of pork at pork.org)
If that’s not the first thing on your mind, I don’t blame you. After all, it is that bacon flavor that we all want anyway.
But knowing we are getting some good stuff along with that undeniable taste just helps us to feel that much better about eating it. So go ahead and dig in!
Making everything on a sheet pan has several advantages. The first is that there is only one pan to clean when it’s all said and done.
It also makes it super simple. You can make six eggs, a whole package of bacon and a pile of hash browns without having to keep an eye on several big skillets at once.
There is no splattering, no flipping, no splitting your attention between three things at once. It is just a matter of doing a step, sliding the pan in the oven and setting the timer. Easy peasy!
While that is all super helpful, the best part about the whole thing is that bacon flavor gets to permeate throughout the whole dish. The bacon cooks on top of the hash browns and with the eggs, so you get maximum bacon flavor in every bite.
In my family maximum bacon flavor is what we are after. I am sure you can relate!
Supporting Family Farms
Over the years, the ways farmers raise pigs has changed significantly. Technology, economics and an every growing scientific knowledge base have modified standard practices.
Throughout the waves of change, one thing has remained the same for farmers, their pursuit to raise safe and nutritious food in a responsible manner. After all, their livelihoods are tied to the land and animals in their care.
Raising healthy pigs and using good farming practices results in better outcomes for both the farmer and the consumer. So it is a winning proposition for everyone.
So whether you buy your meat from the local butcher shop or your favorite grocery store, you are supporting farm families. You can learn more at porkcares.org.
You May Also Like These Pork Recipes
Pork is such an economical way to feed a family nutritious meals. Which means we eat a lot of it. I think it’s bread into us mid-westerners!
Which is lovely, but also makes it hard to narrow down our favorites to share with you. If you want more pork goodness, be sure to check out my pork recipes category and scroll away!
If this recipe is making you fall in love with sheet pan breakfasts, check out the recipe for sheet pan bacon and eggs in a basket. You can make six eggs in a hole at once and the bacon adds that something special!
Or whip up a Denver omelet roll. It is a great way to serve a delicious omelet to the whole family. It looks fancy, but is really easy to do!
If you like sheet pan meals, be sure to check out this pork tenderloin sheet pan supper. You get a moist and flavorful entrée cooked with your vegetable and potatoes all on one pan. It is the full meal on one pan and it’s one we eat frequently.
For a comforting, creamy, cheesy potato and pork recipe, check out my cheesy potatoes and pork chop bake. This one always gets gobbled up by my guys when I make it. I am sure it will be popular with your family as well!
- 30 oz package shredded hash browns, defrosted
- 1 Tablespoon butter
- 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
- 1 teaspoons seasoned salt
- ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
- 12 ounces bacon
- 6 large eggs
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- Preheat oven to 400° F.
- Put butter and oil on a half sheet pan (or other large rimmed baking pan). Place in oven for 1-2 minutes just to melt the butter. Swirl the pan to coat the bottom with the butter oil mixture.
- Spread the hash browns over the pan. Sprinkle it with seasoned salt and black pepper. Toss to coat, then spread evenly over the sheet pan.
- Bake for 25-30 minutes.
- Meanwhile, cut the bacon into 2 inch pieces.*
- When the hash
- browns are cooked, sprinkle with bacon, reserving 6 small pieces. Make 6 wells, place one reserved piece of bacon in each well. Then crack an egg in each well. Sprinkle the cheese over the top of it all.
- Bake for 10-12 additional minutes or until the eggs are cooked to your liking.
For crisper bacon, add the bits of bacon during the last 5 minutes of baking the hash browns.