Breakfast Loaded Fries
Have some fun in the morning with our Breakfast Loaded Fries! By swapping out hash browns for crispy, home-cooked chips, we’ve lowered the calories without losing fluffy, potato goodness. Your full English favourites have never tasted so yummy – and there’s hardly any washing-up to do after!
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Forget about the piles of washing-up that usually follows preparing a full English! Our Breakfast Loaded Fries make mornings a dream, by keeping pots and pans to a minimum – and they’re still loaded up with yummy, fry-up inspired ingredients!
We’ve swapped out high-calorie hash browns for home-cooked oven chips, and topped them with your go-to, brunch-time goodies. We’re talking sausages, tomatoes, bacon and mushrooms, all baked to perfection in the oven.
To make our flavours even more classic, we’ve finished everything off with a topping of runny fried egg. It’s perfect for dipping, with a light drizzle of your favourite red or brown sauce – of course! Just be sure to take note of additional calories, if you’re counting.
What diets are Breakfast Loaded Fries suitable for?
Our Breakfast Loaded Fries are suitable for dairy-free diets.
If you’d like to prepare them gluten-free, use gluten-free sausages.
Take extra care when cooking for people with allergies and be sure to use different utensils, cookware and preparation areas.
Do you need any special ingredients to make Breakfast Loaded Fries?
We’ve kept things super simple for this recipe, and you shouldn’t need to worry about buying special ingredients.
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Preheat the oven to 190°C.
Slice the potatoes into 1cm thick chips. Place the chips onto a baking tray, along with the sausages, and spray with low-calorie cooking spray. Cook for 25 minutes.
The chips should be just starting to colour around the edges. Add the mushrooms, tomatoes, bacon and sage, and spray again with low-calorie cooking spray. Cook for a further 20-25 minutes, until the chips are golden brown and the sausages have cooked through.
When the chips are nearly cooked, spray a frying pan with low-calorie cooking spray and set on a medium heat. Fry the eggs and serve with your breakfast fries!
What could I serve with Breakfast Loaded Fries?
Breakfast Loaded Fries are a feast on their own, or you can serve them with a selection of brekkie-style side dishes for a special occasion:
How do you know when Breakfast Loaded Fries are cooked?
You’ll need to cook this Breakfast Loaded Fries for around 40-45 minutes, until the fries are golden brown and your bacon and sausages are cooked through.
Here in the UK, the standard advice is to cook food until it has reached 70°C and maintained that temperature for 2 minutes. This is to keep you and your family safe!
How long can you keep Breakfast Loaded Fries in the fridge?
Breakfast Loaded Fries should be made, and served, fresh. They’re not suitable for keeping in the fridge.
Can I freeze Breakfast Loaded Fries?
No, we don’t recommend freezing this recipe. Breakfast Loaded Fries taste best when they’re made, and served, fresh.
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Breakfast Loaded Fries
Our Breakfast Loaded Fries make mornings a dream! They're topped with your Fry-up favourites, and there’s hardly any washing-up to do after.
- KCals 442
- Carbs 46G
- Preheat the oven to 190°C.
- Slice the potatoes into 1cm thick chips. Place the chips onto a baking tray, along with the sausages, and spray with low-calorie cooking spray. Cook for 25 minutes.
- The chips should be just starting to colour around the edges. Add the mushrooms, tomatoes, bacon and sage, and spray again with low-calorie cooking spray. Cook for a further 20-25 minutes, until the chips are golden brown and the sausages have cooked through.
- When the chips are nearly cooked, spray a frying pan with low-calorie cooking spray and set on a medium heat. Fry the eggs and serve with your breakfast fries!
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