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Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, made with potatoes, turkey taco meat, scrambled eggs and salsa (cheese is optional!) perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!

Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!
Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble

Eating a healthy breakfast during the week is easy when you meal prep. Prepping for meals ahead that you’re going to eat all week long can be knocked out on a Saturday or Sunday, making the weekdays less stressful.

If you’ve been following my free meal plans, you probably know I’ve been incorporating more meal prep recipes in them, recipes you can make once that can be heated up for the week. I created this for all of the breakfast lovers out there! It’s so good, even to eat for lunch if you wish. I tested this to see how it tasted reheated – it was awesome the next day.

I’m personally not the biggest breakfast person, except for weekends. My biggest meals are lunch and dinner but my brother loves breakfast and always did, so with him in mind I came up with this savory breakfast. I was actually super hungry after the gym this week, and was so happy when I remembered this was in the fridge. These are the glass meal prep containers (affil link) I have and love.

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Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, made with potatoes, turkey taco meat, scrambled eggs and salsa (cheese is optional!) perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!

Of course, you don’t have to make this for meal prep. If you wish to make this for the family, feel free to do so and serve them in bowls.

Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, made with potatoes, turkey taco meat, scrambled eggs and salsa (cheese is optional!) perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!

Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, made with potatoes, turkey taco meat, scrambled eggs and salsa (cheese is optional!) perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!

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Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, made with potatoes, turkey taco meat, scrambled eggs and salsa (cheese is optional!) perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!
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Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble

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450 Cals 46 Protein 24.5 Carbs 19 Fats
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 50 mins
Total Time: 1 hr
Yield: 4 servings
COURSE: Breakfast, Brunch
CUISINE: American
Breakfast lovers, jazz up your mornings with this Meal Prep Breakfast Taco Scramble, made with potatoes, turkey taco meat, scrambled eggs and salsa (cheese is optional!) perfect to make ahead for breakfast for the week!

Ingredients

  • 8 large eggs, beaten
  • 1/4 teaspoon adobo seasoning salt
  • 1/2 cup reduced fat Mexican blend shredded cheese, omit for whole30
  • 1 lb 99% lean ground turkey
  • 2 tablespoons taco seasoning, or see below for homemade
  • 1/2 small onion, minced
  • 2 tbsp bell pepper, minced
  • 4 oz can tomato sauce
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1/4 cup chopped scallions or cilantro, for topping
  • salsa, for serving

For the potatoes:

  • 12 1 lb baby gold or red potatoes, quartered
  • 4 teaspoons olive oil
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • fresh black pepper, to taste

For homemade taco seasoning:

  • 1 tsp garlic powder
  • 1 tsp cumin
  • 1 tsp kosher salt, or to taste
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp paprika
  • 1/2 tsp oregano

Instructions

  • In a large bowl beat the eggs, season with seasoning salt and add the cheese.
  • Preheat the oven to 425F.  Spray a 9 x 12 or large oval casserole dish with oil.
  • Add the potatoes 1 tablespoon oil, 3/4 teaspoon salt, garlic powder and black pepper and toss.
  • Bake until tender, tossing every 15 minutes, about 45 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Meanwhile, brown turkey in a large skillet over medium heat, breaking up while it cooks. When no longer pink add the spices and mix well.
  • Add the onion, bell pepper, tomato sauce and water. Stir and cover, simmer on low for about 20 minutes.
  • Spray another skillet with nonstick spray, add the eggs, 1/4 teaspoon salt and scramble, cook until just set, about 2 to 3 minutes.
  • To serve place 3/4 cup turkey and 2/3 cup eggs in each plate or bowl, divide the potatoes and top each with 1 tablespoon of shredded cheese, scallions or cilantro and serve with salsa on the side.

Nutrition

Serving: 1/4, Calories: 450kcal, Carbohydrates: 24.5g, Protein: 46g, Fat: 19g, Saturated Fat: 6g, Cholesterol: 435mg, Sodium: 1145.5mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 3g
Blue Smart Points: 5
Green Smart Points: 11
Purple Smart Points: 3
Points +: 11
Keywords: breakfast bowl, breakfast bowl recipe, Meal Prep Breakfast, Meal Prep Taco Breakfast Bowls, Taco Scramble

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169 comments

  1. Love, love, LOVE this recipe! I meal prep my breakfast to eat at work and this was perfect. A few changes I made were using 4 regular eggs and 4 egg whites (the egg whites reduced calories and I felt also made the eggs really fluffy), used a whole bell pepper, and I tried Lawry’s seasoned salt because I don’t really like Adobo. Delicious and high in protein. Looking forward to trying this with ground beef and ground chicken in the future.

  2. So good! I did alter the turkey slightly. I didn’t have adobo seasoning salt but I did have chipotle peppers in adobo sauce so I chopped up one of those peppers and added in a bit of the sauce. I don’t love an overly tomatoey taco meat so I omitted the tomato sauce and just added a bit more water. Didn’t lose any flavor due to the chipotle peppers. It was pretty spicy but I’m not mad about it lol. I will definitely be making these potatoes again and again. So easy and delicious!

  3. First discovered your recipes on Facebook and now excited to subscribe so I can enjoy more of your recipes!  They are awesome! Thank you! 
    Especially excited to try Cottage Cheese Spinach Fritatta and now this yummy sounding  Breakfast Taco Scramble! 

  4. Hi!

    I have made this before and absolutely loved it! However, I have recently become a vegetarian and am wondering what the calorie content would be without the ground turkey?

  5. I was wondering if the recipe would still be as good with reheating and or freezing if I did half eggs and half egg whites? And, would you know the nutrition info for me doing that?

    P.S. love your website but it would be nice to be able to search comments in case this question has already been addressed 🙂

  6. We don’t like ground turkey, is there a substitute we can use? Turkey kielbasa?

  7. I made this for meal prep this week. It was easy to put together and so so delicious! It keeps me full until lunch. I will definitely make this again!

  8. I love your recipes Gina! I noticed this recipe states that sodium level in this meal is 1146. Is this number per serving?

  9. I’m looking to buy these glass prep containers. What size should I get? 32oz? bigger or smaller? It’s hard to tell from the pics. I wouldn’t want to divide everything and not have it fit.

    Thanks

  10. These are easy to make and delicious- and they keep me full for several hours! Great recipe. 

  11. “Mom, this is really good. I would eat this every morning.” says my 15 yo son.  Need I say more?

  12. How do you reheat it?

  13. I just made this for my wife and daughter. It was a huge hit. They did not miss anything. Next time I think a little Siracha to the taco meat for a little more heat.

  14. Is the 47 grams of protein for one serving?

  15. Initially, I was thrown off by the idea of leftover eggs rewarmed for breakfast, but holy cow, this is AMAZING. I’ve been swimming in the mornings and I’ve found that I am FAMISHED when I get out of the pool – two hard boiled eggs and a piece of fruit is not cutting it for me in the morning. I made this with a cup of coffee and I’m satisfied. Thanks Gina, for another awesome recipe!

  16. is this 12 1 OUNCE potatoes? 12 ounces total? because as written it would be 12 POUNDS of potatoes. and that is a whole lotta points!!!!

  17. Hello this looks really good but won’t the eggs become watery or runny if not eaten for a couple of days?  If so, is there a way to prevent this?

    Also, would I be able to substitute yves Mexican ground round for ground turkey?  I don’t eat meat.
    Thanks

  18. I am confused, ingredient list for potatoes says 4 teaspoons but the instructions say 1 tablespoon of oil. Which is correct? This could account for some of the differences people are coming up with in terms of points. Thank you

  19. This is delicious! I found that 1/4 of the recipe was too much for me to eat; 6 servings was perfect. I used 4 whole eggs and 4 egg whites instead 8 eggs, and cut back a little on the oil for the potatoes. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly.

    This would be great for breakfast burritos with the potatoes. I think it would be nice as a dinner entree, too. Love breakfast for supper

  20. PLEASE KEEP SHARING THESE MEAL PLANS SAVE MY LIFE!!

  21. I think your WW FS point calculation is wrong. I just put all of the ingredients into my WW app and it calculates 10 points not 5. Maybe omitting the potatoes will make it 5. Wish I had put it in before I made it though.

    Love the recipe but gave lower points for the point calculation error.

    • I think you made an error by inputting the nutrition info instead of using the recipe builder. Using the nutrition info doesn’t account for 0 point foods. Most of the recipe is zero point foods except for the cheese, oil and potatoes. Using the recipe builder does in fact come out to 5 points per serving. Whereas using the NI comes out to 10 points per serving.

  22. What kind of adobo seasoning salt did you use? I’m having a hard time finding any.  Thanks! 

    • Again, you can use any salt but I like Goya adobo.

    • Hi! I used Penzey’s adobo and the recipe came out great. Penzey’s has a website and a physical store in many cities. and no, I don’t work for them…I just love their spices!. Good luck!  

  23. Can these be made ahead and put in freezer?

  24. Can you make 7 servings worth for each day of the week?  I know 4 wouldn’t be enough for me!

  25. How can it be Whole 30 if it has potatoes in it? And of course the cheese (which you say omit for Whole 30). I keep finding recipes on your site listed as Whole 30 that have non-Whole 30 ingredients. It’s frustrating.

  26. Instead of potatoes I added leftover veggies, 0 WW smart points and delicious! Didn’t even need salsa, very flavorful!

  27. Could you use butternut squash instead of potatoes? Also what would be the points?

  28. What is the best way to reheat this recipe?  Thanks in advance!
    It looks delicious.

  29. I must be honest…I am a SkinnyTaste lover; however, I was apprehensive of this recipe.  Looking for a new meal prep breakfast option, I took a chance on this recipe and was, as always, so very pleased!  This is a definite on our breakfast rotation.  Even my husband gave it two thumbs up!

  30. Where do you buy the adobo seasoning salt? Do you have a link? Thanks 

  31. isn’t it kind of hard to meal prep eggs for a week? They get kind of funky when reheated in the microwave.

    • I hate eggs reheated but have found eggsbeaters to reheat much better so that’s what I’ve used for this recipe.

  32. Omg so delicious and super filling I couldn’t finish my serving
    I will be making again

  33. Do you know what the nutrition facts would be without potatoes? I’m trying to stay around 350 cals for breakfast, and I feel like potatoes are too many carbs. Thanks!

  34. This was delicious and very filling! I’m vegetarian so I used crumbled tofu in place of the turkey and I didn’t have tomato sauce so I substituted some salsa in place of the tomato sauce and water. I can’t believe I had cheese and potatoes and it was only 5 Freestyle points (I even plugged the ingredients into the recipe builder to check!). This is going to be a regular meal in my house! Thanks for the great recipe!!

  35. Made this to take to work for my breakfast. Can’t believe how delicious and satisfying it is! Filled me up and kept me full til lunch. I’m trying to cook with less salt so I cut back a bit, was still great! Thanks for such a great recipe Gina ?

  36. Looks great but awfully high in sodium to be considered healthy.

  37. This recipe is amazing!!!  I used ground chicken instead of turkey and my whole family (who is not really interested in healthy eating) absolutely loved this meal. Thank you so much for sharing. I also did the red potatoes in microwave and covered with Saran Wrap stirring half way through and they were done in 10 minutes. I’m sure the oven gets them crispier but I’ll take this shortcut for now. I’m actually going to keep making this after I’m done with whole30 because it’s just soooo good and easy. 

  38. I can’t eat potatoes so will this recipe work with sweet potatoes?

  39. Can I be subbed with egg whites and sweet potatoes? Thanks!

  40. Made this tonight! Tried a bit of each component and it was delicious. Excited for the next 4 days of lunch! The only problem I had was there wasn’t enough of the eggs to do 2/3rd a cup in each bowl. I just split it up evenly and it is still plenty of eggs. Thanks for inspiring me ♡

  41. Second time I’ve made this recipe. It is very flavorful and filling.

  42. Am I reading the recipe correctly??  You need one pound of potatoes?   Which should be about 12 baby potatoes??
    Thank you!!

  43. I made this for breakfast this week, so good! I’m not the best at eating breakfast unless I have something prepped in advance, and this recipe is awesome! Thanks for the breakfast meal prep options 🙂

  44. I got 5 very hearty servings with this recipe. Taco seasoning is perfect. Thanks!

  45. My family loves this! We like the homemade taco seasoning so much, it’s all we use now for taco night…no more store bought for us! One time, I didn’t have any potatoes, but I did have some frozen tater tots, so I substituted those instead in a pinch. So easy and delicious!

  46. I saw someone asked but didnt understand if you dont use the potatoes how many points in a serving?

  47. I made and ate this for breakfast this week. It was great, thank you! I would love to see more (especially breakfast–lunch is always dinner leftovers) meal prep recipes from you! 🙂

  48. We loved this! I used ground beef instead of turkey and left out the potatoes for low carb. I used the homemade taco seasoning you gave. It was excellent!

  49. I made this for the first time this week. Good thing it was prepped because i woke up late this morning! Anyway, it is good and easy to make. Definitely will be making this again for a quick and easy and tasty breakfast! Something different for sure! Thank you for all your wonderful recipes. Makes my WW journey so much easier and delicious!

  50. Made this today and it was amazing! I didn’t use cheese, but did add a dollop of FF Greek yogurt. I was completely full and satisfied.  

  51. Absolutely love this recipe! The turkey is moist and packed with flavor, and I had to stop myself from sampling the potatoes. I’m thrilled for breakfast this week!! I saw this recipe on Instagram and it was exactly what I needed. I’d love to see more breakfast and lunch meal prep recipes!

  52. This is an awesome meal to prep ahead Forbes Jose comes easy hectic early work days!! It’s so delicious and only 5 points !! Definitely a good hearty breakfast 

  53. Where do you find 99% ground turkey? I can only find 93%. How would that effect freestyle points?

  54. This was so amazing! We had it for dinner since we love breakfast for dinner at my house 🙂

  55. This was sooooo awesome!
    I work from home and have a habit of missing breakfast as I can’t break away to fix something.
    Having these done and waiting for me each AM was such a pleasant luxury.
    The flavors in this were awesome!
    Only change I made was to add black beans to the meat mixture.
    THANK YOU!

  56. I made this for breakfast this morning but I used shredded potatoes because I didn’t have any red potatoes. It turned out great & it tasted great! I’ll definitely make this again. Thank you!!!!

  57. We ate this for dinner tonight and have some left for lunches. It was so yummy and rather simple. 

  58. Cant wait to try this, this week. I wish i could get it to log in right tho into myfitnesspal. shows up with way higher calories than what is on here 🙁

  59. Dilemma-I made this to the oz and loaded into my WW app. The same ingredients came out to 7 points. I can’t figure out what I did incorrectly. The only thing might be the taco seasoning. Some are zero and some are 1 point per 1 tbsp. Regardless, it was fabulous. Thank you for my breakfast all week. ☺️

    • You still did better than I. I loaded it into my WW to ok but it calculated out to 10 points for me. Most of which were the potatoes.

  60. Easy to make and so delicious!

  61. I entered this recipe into WW and it comes out to 6 freestyle points.

  62. I am loving your meal prep recipes, especially for breakfast!  When I can make my breakfasts and lunches on Sunday for the week, it makes the work week so much easier.  Would love more meal prep ideas!

  63. Oh my goodness! This is so delicious! I can’t wait to get up every morning and enjoy it! Thank you, Gina, for these meal plans! I couldn’t live without them. I made my own taco seasoning, too, based on your recipe. It was amazing. I feel so accomplished, and it was so easy to follow the recipe. Every morning I have this, I feel like it’s leftovers from a diner. Can’t believe I made this. Thank you!!!!

  64. Outstanding. Made my own salsa.

  65. How about substituting sweet potatoes?

  66. Sooooooo good! I didn’t feel like using my oven so I popped the potatoes in the microwave (which also saved me fat g from olive oil, which went towards a full-fat Mexican blend cheese). Such a hearty breakfast. I’m usually craving a snack by 10am but this kept me going all morning. Reheats beautifully, too. Please keep the meal prep recipes coming! Thank you!

  67. These. Are. Excellent! Even my husband loved these! So easy to prep on Sunday and eat all week! Thanks for all of your wonderful recipes and for considering those of us on special diets (Whole30, etc)… I’d be first in line to buy a meal-prep cookbook from you, Gina!! Thanks again!! 

  68. Wonderful! I made it last night, ate this morning for breakfast, and there’s plenty more. I used 1/2 white and 1/2 sweet potatoes, used Rotel instead of tomato sauce, and upped the spice with minced garlic, cayenne, and extra cumin and chili powder. I also skipped the cheese and it’s still great. I love a protein-rich breakfast and this was delicious and filling, thank you Gina!

  69. My husband and I both absolutely love this recipe. He’s requested that I make it every week now! One of our skinnytaste favorites! 

  70. Made this today! I taste tested and I can’t wait to eat this tomorrow. I’d love to see more meal prep ideas for breakfast and lunch!

  71. Making this now, but FYI I don’t see anywhere in your instructions where you put your taco seasoning in. I’m assuming it’s with the onion, bell pepper and tomato sauce step. Or am I blind and missin git??

    • Lol, it is with #5– Meanwhile, brown turkey in a large skillet over medium heat, breaking up while it cooks. When no longer pink add the spices and mix well.

  72. Not a fan of this recipie. its way to salty. If I make this again I wont use a tablespoon of salt.

    • I apologize my husband was reading off the recipe from the computer while I did the measurements, he told me everything is a tbl instead of a tsp. Please ignore my first comment. 🙁

  73. I’ve always said if I could eat tacos for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, that I would be the happiest person alive, and now I can, and….I think I love you!!! ????????????. Can’t wait to make this for the week.  Thank you!!

  74. This was awesome for meal prep this week!!! It was very good. 

  75. Thank you! delish, I would like more meal prep ideas, so handy when I work!

  76. Just finished the last of my taco bowls for lunches this week! Please post more meal prep ideas Gina! This really kept me on track!

  77. This recipe was delicious and very satisfying.

  78. Absolutely delicious. Used your recipe for the taco seasoning. Great Christmas present idea in mason jars. It was scrumptious!

  79. Just made this and everything was waaaaaay too salty for me. I was making it while fielding phone calls and not totally paying attention though. Had I been, I’d have noticed the ingredient list for the eggs say only 1/4 t of adobo salt, but I followed the instructions and it says to add salt in #1 and also in #7 and just ignored one of those. Unfortunately, I added it in both steps. There’s a descrepancy in salt for the potatoes on the ingredient list vs the instructions (#3) as well.
    That being said, I’ll see if my family likes them. They usually like more salty stuff. As for me, I’ll remake and lower the salt content. It all looked really yummy!
    Thanks so much for sharing your amazing recipes! I just stumbled across them last week and am eating 100% skinnytaste the last 10 days and am loving the way everything tastes and thrilled with my success on the scale!

  80. We LOVED these. Husband was a huge fan! It works so well for batch cooking – I premake a week’s worth of taco meat and potatoes at a time and then just scramble the eggs real quick each morning (i personally have not developed a palate for re-heated eggs). Looking forward to adding this recipe into heavy rotation in our household.

  81. Thank you for posting a meal prep recipe. Keep ’em coming!

  82. I made this for my husband to take along on the days he works out.  After assembling each meal in a storage container, I looked at it and decided it would be great as a burrito.  So I sent a burrito wrap with his breakfast and he put everything inside.  He said it was very good and also very filling.  I made the cleanup a lot easier on this dish by roasting my potatoes on a parchment-paper lined cookie sheet.  I also cooked the eggs in the same pan I used for the turkey….just took the turkey out and went to town with the eggs.  I found the meat needed more seasoning, so I will probably add more taco mix next time.  Otherwise – great basic breakfast recipe that works well to portion out and freeze. 

  83. This is great especially when you want breakfast for dinner. Delish!

  84. I cooked this and it was delicious, but do you really think Five freestyle Points is all there is in it. I felt full for the entire day, and I really don’t want to go over my points

  85. This scramble taco bowl is AMAZING!! I made the taco seasoning per your directions and instead of tomato sauce, used Rotel diced tomatoes with Chipotle to give the turkey more kick. Loved them and have a few bowls in the freezer so I’ll comment after eating the frozen ones on how they reheated. Thank you!!

  86. Made these last night and had one for breakfast this morning so yummy! So filling I could not finish it.

  87. I meant I have the same question in the previous comment. Thanks!!

  88. U have the same question as Emily about the cheese. The recipe instructions say to add the cheese to the eggs. Later there’s instruction to top with 1 TB of cheese to each dish. Is this in addition or should I have reserved the cheese for the topping?

  89. Such a great idea!!! I meal prep lunches and use other Skinnytaste recipes for dinner.  My 11 yr old saw this and wanted it- yay!  Breakfast meal prep we all love!  Thank you Gina!

  90. Made this today and it was perfect! I look forward to eating it on my busy mornings ❤️

  91. This was so yummy! I can’t wait to eat it again!

  92. Am I missing something (it’s highly likely), but where do you add in the taco seasoning? I’m assuming with the taco meat but I don’t see it in the instructions.

  93. Super delicious! Great filling breakfast.

  94. Do we need 4 additional tablespoons of cheese for the potatoes, or do we only put 4 tablespoons in the eggs?

  95. I love all your recipes. My family has been living off of your meals for weeks now and have yet to come across one we don’t like. I put the nutritional info provided at the bottom of the recipe into the weight watchers create food calculator and it said the point value was 11 not 5. Is there something I’m missing in the calculation? I’ve been using the point value provided at the top of the recipe for a while but am wondering if I need to adjust the figures going forward? Thanks again for providing such AWESOME recipes!

    • I’m not familiar with weight watchers but she gives 2 values at the end: Freestyle Points: 5, Points +: 11. Are you possibly using the points + calculator? Just a thought.

    • Freestyle Points: 5, Points +: 11……. there are only 5 points if you are using the free style point system but 11 if you’re using points plus. Freestyle has over 200, 0 point foods eggs and 99% ff ground turkey being two of them so they wouldn’t be counted using free style. Hope this helps. Im loving the freestyle system by the way. It makes tracking so much easier and I try to eat mostly from the 0 point list. Look it up and download the list and keep it on you it’s awesome.

  96. This looks so good. I’m doing it this week. I love the free meal plans. It’s apparent how much effort you put into the plans and just know that it is always SO appreciated! You’re amazing!

  97. Don’t you think I could sub tofu for the meat part of the recipe? Would you use firm or extra firm tofu or would it matter? Thanks!

    • I made it with firm tofu. I actually baked the crumbled tofu (with the seasoning) at 350 for about 30 minutes the night before. Then it was a breeze to throw together the next day. I really liked it!

  98. How much protein in one bowl? 

  99. Did you include cheese when getting the 5 freestyle points per serving? This looks AMAZING! 

  100. I love tacos and this looks really interesting, Gonna try it for sure tomorrow thanks a lot for the recipe 🙂

  101. Thank you! The only way I stay on track is by meal prepping on Sundays! Please keep recipes that last for 5 days coming!!! Plan on making this as a change to my breakfast sandwiches!! Thanks. It looks delicious.

  102. I am so excited to try this! Was the salsa accounted for in the macros or should I add that in my own; if it was included; how many grams or tablespoons did you account for?

    Thank you!

  103. What’s the Freestyle Points value without the potatoes?

  104. Love this! Thank you for providing some breakfast meal prep recipes 🙂 I prepped your sweet potato and chicken hash last week (I also threw in some spinach) and it was great! 

  105. Just to clarify. You can make the entire meal (cook the eggs and all), put it together, and it will still be good for up to five days? My husband is scoffing at that since he’s always said you can’t eat cooked eggs that are more than one day old.

  106. If making this on a Sunday, how long is this good for in the fridge?

  107. yummy this looks soo good! Making it this weekend for the week ahead!

  108. GINA- can portions of these be frozen ?

  109. Love meal prepping for the week. It is so great in the morning to just grab a container and heat it up at work. You are so awesome for all that you do!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart. My family loves every single one of your recipes. I know this one will be a hit as well. Have a wonderful weekend (meal prepping). 🙂

  110. Gina – I love meal prepping. This is so helpful! Thank you. I could see a whole cookbook devoted to meal prep in your future! 🙂

  111. These look great! Thank you Gina! How long will these stay good for in the fridge?

  112. What’s the best way to reheat these?

  113. Hey Gina….! It was awesome and this looks sooo good and delicious, I really enjoyed your recipe and I will try to making this in upcoming weekend. Thanks for sharing….!

  114. Can I freeze this?  I tend to make all my meals on Sunday for a full week.  Any suggestions for a good meal prep breakfast that isn’t oatmeal, that stores well for the week and can possibly be frozen?  Thanks!!

  115. Thanks Gina for the meal plans…love it! Definitely making this this weekend! Also the stuffed bagels are on my menu list! Love all your recipes!!

  116. Do you use a specific type of containers for meal prep? Thanks!