Grab your sheet pan, you are gonna want these sheet pan breakfast stacks. It’s a way to get all the things you like for breakfast into one pile or stack.
The base of these stacks is tater tots. I really think that sweet potato tots would work just as well if you prefer those. You are going to arrange those tots into 4 squares made fom 12 tots each. Then you partial cook them in the oven for 20 minutes.
Next, you press down the center of each square with the back of the spoon. Think of it like a crust, where the edges are higher than the center.
Then you use half of the cheese and sprinkle in the indented part of the crust. Now, comes the breakfast meat. You can use cook and crunble baco or sausage of finely diced ham. You can use whatever you like.
Then break one of the eggs into a bowl. Then careful pour the egg into the center of one of the stacks. You want the yolk to stay in the center and the white can just run over the stack. The white kind of becomes a glue to hold the stack together. Stinkle the stacks with a little salt and pepper. Last is a sprinkle of the remaining cheese.
You can cook these sheet pan breakfast stacks anywhere from 6-10 minutes depending on how hard you want the yolk. Once the stacks or cooked the finishing touch is a sprinkling of diced green onion. Pair these stack with some toast and you are set!Print
Recipe adapted from Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen.