What a catchy title.

This weekend was a real good weekend. Let me tell you allllll about it.

You know that cute new bike I got? Well, I had to test her out. So on Friday night, before eating an actual dinner, we hopped on the ole’ hogs and took a nice little bike ride to Yogurtland. Dessert should always come before dinner on Friday nights. Fun fact of the day. Yogurtland is a frozen yogurt place. Duh. It’s not paleo, really in any way, but it’s highly delicious. I got pistachio and coconut topped with shredded coconut. So freaking delicious.

please do not comment that i need to wear a helmet. i got enough lectures on instagram

Then Saturday morning, I coached a workout at Red Rocks for CrosFit Broadway. If you haven’t been to Red Rocks, it should be on your bucket list. It’s this amazing amphitheatre that’s made from rocks. So you have to hike about 643 steps to get to the top of it. So all the psychotic people in Colorado that like to put themselves through misery on the weekends, join at Red Rocks and run and jump and sprint and jog and hike and climb, all while feeling like you are breathing through a straw. It’s an absolute blast. We ran up and down stairs and did box jumps, push ups, and dips on the seats. Then burpees. Who doesn’t love feeling miserable on a Saturday morning? I don’t, actually. So a bunch of us celebrated with tex mex at Morrison Inn and had some delicious margaritas and bloody marys to offset the calories we had just burned. Makes sense. Tons.


Then I got my nails done. I hate this expensive habit but it makes me feeling more girly. And I like that feeling at this time in my life.

Saturday night was spent by myself at home. It was pleasant. And lovely. I ate some dark chocolate  gelato. I really got into it with cold sugared desserts this weekend, didn’t I? I’m so naughty.

Sunday was kind of similar as Saturday. But this time, we worked out in the park. Park workouts are the best, especially when the weather is perfect. So I yelled at everyone for about 45 minutes. Then I moved on with my happy day. Again, onto my bike. I love that cruiser, yes I do. This time I rode downtown. To this new bar called View House. It kind of reminded me of when I was in college and had just turned 21. All the girls are wearing shorts that barely cover their lil’ cheeks and more makeup than I wear. Which is A LOT. I saw a lot of butt cheeks and a lot of drunk eyes. Which is saying something since I was intoxicated. Then we moved on to Blue Sake Bar because sake and japanese appetizers are the best. Then we finished off the night at Finley’s Pub. Because it’s the best. Best burger in town. Period. I swear they don’t pay me to say that. I wish they did, or at least fed me about 12 times per week for free. That’s fair, right? Wrong. Sadly, real wrong.

don’t you love my lil fitness freaks? they’re the best

I was in bed by 8:30pm. Sunday fundays are the best.

I wonder how much sh*t I’m going to get for being a naughty paleo eater. Lots of sh*t. LOTS.

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Easy Delicious Breakfast Hash

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  • Yield: 2-4 1x


  • 4 slices of bacon, diced
  • 1 poblano pepper, diced
  • 1/4 yellow onion, diced
  • 1 large sweet potato, shredded
  • 56 baby portobello mushrooms, sliced
  • 2 chicken italian sausage links (I bought the already cooked kind), diced
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • 4 eggs
  • hot sauce, to garnish


  1. Place a large skillet over medium-high heat.
  2. Add diced bacon to the pan and cook until the fat seeps out and the bacon begins to brown.
  3. Once bacon is half way cooked, add the diced poblano pepper, yellow onion, and sweet potato. Mix together then cover to help steam the sweet potato and cook it quicker.
  4. After about 6-8 minutes of cooking, add in the mushrooms and chicken sausage along with the garlic powder, smoked paprika, and salt and pepper. Mix well, cover again and let cook for about 7-9 minutes, being sure to mix around to keep from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
  5. Once everything is nice and toasty, use a spoon to press four spots into your hash mixture, crack an egg into each spot, then add about a tablespoon of water to the pan and cover to help steam the eggs.
  6. Let steam until eggs are cooked to preference. Over easy is the right preference, in my opinion. Which is the right opinion.
  7. Top with hot sauce. Eat silly pants. EAT IT.

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  1. Nina says:

    Girl! You have changed my whole outlook on food with your recipes!! Today I selected this recipe and the breakfast sausage meatloaf to make for “Fat Friday” at work.. they all make fun of me because they think all I eat is bird food and wheatgrass lol.. Everyone was complimenting me on my food selections and there is none leftover 🙂 It really was so easy to make! Thanks!

  2. Jess says:

    I just made this for breakfast. My only problem is that there wasn’t enough! lol This was so yummy – my daughter & I devoured it and the other serving is left for hubby to eat when he gets back from his run. I’m making 5 of your recipes this week, I believe!

  3. Craig says:

    My wife is Paleo, and she suggested I check out your website to find a recipe for all the sweet potatoes we harvested this year. This is a wonderful recipe. Well done. Thank you.

  4. Ben says:

    just made this, and it tasted just as good as it smelled. Thank you for this recipe!

  5. Mike says:

    Ok just go ahead and make this…., don’t think about it, do not stop, just go straight to GO! This is so incredibly yummy! I’ve made it twice now for my wife and I and we both LOVE it. It’s super easy, enough to even make in the morning with a food processor to dice the sweet potatoes. Will definitely be in our food rotation…thanks so much for the recipe! 🙂

  6. Lana says:

    I am addicted to this hash! A bit too cumbersome for weekday breakfast but I often make it on slow weekend mornings. I use uncooked Italian sausage and skip on poblano peppers because they are hard to come by. I also sometimes substitute mushrooms for eggplant. Delish!

  7. Mandy says:

    I made this as a surprise breakfast in bed for my boyfriend this morning and it was absolutely delicious!! We didn’t have any sausage but the combination of cooking the pepper, onions, and sweet potato in the bacon pan was so good, happy stomachs all around 🙂

  8. Diana says:

    Made this last night for this week, I altered the portions of eggs and sausage, but this makes A LOT! I ate it this morning at work, the whole office was green….WITH ENVY! Seriously run don’t walk to make this receipe.
    -Side note, chopping and sreadding takes while so make sure you do that pre bacon drop 🙂 YAY PALEO!

    1. juli says:

      yay!! glad you loved it!

  9. Kristy says:

    This is so good. Best sweet potato hash ever. I omitted the eggs for my husband who is allergic, and it was still completely amazing. Of course anything involving bacon generally gets a thumbs up from him!