Low Carb Breakfast Hash

low carb breakfast hash

A hash usually consists of some type of potato…so what is a low carb goddess supposed to do when you want some darn breakfast hash?  Use celeriac of course!  Just look at that gorgeousness!

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Low Carb Breakfast Hash

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Have you ever tried celeriac?  What the heck is celeriac?  Well, celeriac, also known and celery root, is a type of celery grown for its celery roots.  If I say celery one more time, slap me.  Celeriac has a mild flavor like something I will not say, but it starts with a C.  It is a root so it is similar in texture to potatoes.  Yay!  Perfect for a low carb breakfast hash!

I first tried celeriac when we lived in Germany.  I used it to make low carb grits and they were wonderful.  I bought it at the Commissary, and now that I look back, I am surprised they carried such an exotic (for the time) vegetable.  But now I realize it must be because of our location.  So anyway, you shouldn’t have any trouble finding it at your local grocery store!  I found mine at Whole Foods this time around.

In this low carb breakfast hash I used bacon (my love), zucchini, and an orange bell pepper.  I chose those because that’s what I had on hand, but you could definitely use a variety of other veggies that you like.

low carb breakfast hash

Low Carb Breakfast Hash

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes
Servings: 4 servings



  • Saute bacon lardons in a cast iron or heavy bottom skillet over medium heat until crisp. Remove from the pan leaving grease
  • Add celeriac to the pan and sauté for 5 minutes
  • Add orange pepper and sauté for 5 minutes more
  • Add zucchini, onion powder, paprika, oregano, and salt and pepper and sauté until zucchini is cooked through
  • Crack each egg on top of the veggies leaving the yolk intact
  • Cover skillet with lid and continue to cook until egg whites are set. About 5 minutes
  • Garnish with chopped parsley and diced avocado
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    • Kathleen
    • April 20, 2017

    What does cut in lardons mean? This looks amazing btw!

      • Low Carb with Jennifer
      • April 24, 2017

      Here is a good video explaining it

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