BBQ Rib Hash

This post sponsored by Curly’s. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

This year has been busier than ever! With three kids now, the holiday season has been busier than I ever thought possible. Our three kids are preteen, pre-k and a 13 month old running baby that’s into everything!

Every weekend (and it seems almost every weekday too!) has been busy with get-togethers, parades, festivals and celebrations. It’s been so much fun but I’m really looking forward to some quiet time to recharge and relax before January.

One of our favorite things to do this busy time of year is to enjoy cozy fall family breakfasts on the weekend. I’ll get up early and start a fire and then serve breakfast so we can warm up in front of the fire. It’s so relaxing to start busy days this way!

This is one of our favorite easy fall breakfasts, a BBQ rib hash! If you follow my blog, you know that my family absolutely loves BBQ, especially ribs! This recipe takes advantage of leftover ribs for a perfect cozy fall breakfast or a fun brunch or late breakfast to share while watching weekend football.

This recipe is super easy to make, you just start with leftover Curly’s BBQ Rib meat, removed from the bone. You could also use Curly’s pulled pork if you like!

Curly’s Ribs are fully cooked and ready to eat! They are delicious and can be eaten with sides or in a fun recipe for breakfast, lunch or dinner like I’ve done here! 

To start cooking, just add a good amount of oil to a skillet and some diced potatoes, onions and bell peppers. Or if you feel a little lazy, just use some frozen potatoes O’Brien with diced onions like I’ve done here. It will taste just as good!

These potatoes take a little while to brown, but after they’ve browned add the already cooked leftover Curly’s BBQ rib meat, removed from the bone. Mix it together and that’s it!

Now to serve this I like to top it with a fried egg. This just makes it perfection! You can cook your egg anyway you like. My husband likes his over hard. My son and I like over easy runny eggs. But for this picture, I did a classic sunny-side up!

Curly’s Ribs are a great choice for when you really want ribs, but don’t want to take the time to slow cook them yourself. You can easily heat and serve Curly’s ribs with your favorite sides for a delicious fall meal to enjoy while watching the big game.

Don’t forget Curly’s pulled pork options too! They make great options for fun pulled pork recipes. You can find more recipes and learn more about Curly’s products at Curly’s.com.

You can find Curly’s BBQ Ribs in the refrigerated meat case in your local grocery store.

BBQ Rib Hash Recipe

BBQ Rib Hash Recipe

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

An easy breakfast recipe for BBQ rib hash.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup Curly's BBQ Rib meat, removed from the bone
  • 2 cups Diced Potatoes (or frozen potatoes O'Brien)
  • 1/4 cup Diced red and green bell peppers (omit if using potatoes O'Brien)
  • 1/4 cup diced onion
  • sliced green onions
  • 4 eggs, cooked to your preference
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 - 3 tablespoons vegetable oil

Instructions

    1. Add oil to large skillet. Add diced potatoes, onions and bell peppers to large skillet and cook until potatoes are golden brown, about 20 minutes.
    2. Add BBQ rib meat and heat through. Cook eggs to desired doneness and serve atop of hash. Garnish with diced green onion and enjoy!

Fruity PEBBLES™ Pancakes

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My family loves breakfast. It’s not just a weekend tradition for us, it’s an everyday event. We all get up early every day of the week and always gather in the kitchen as a family for breakfast before school. It’s a great way to start the day and enjoy some quick family time before we head off for our busy days.

Everything Parker House Rolls

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My family loves freshly baked breads and rolls and so do I. There’s something incredibly special about making fresh breads. Working the dough, waiting for it to rise and baking it to perfection is so much fun! And when the smell of freshly baked bread fills my home, there’s no better feeling. 

I make fresh bread almost every week, whether it’s a basic white loaf or a fresh pizza dough. It’s something easy to do, and when you use products like Fleischmann’s® RapidRise® Yeast, it doesn’t take that long at all!

Beet Lentil Chili

This post sponsored by Aunt Nellie’s. All thoughts and opinions 100% mine. 

I want to first thank Aunt Nellie’s for making a generous $500 donation to my local food bank, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. I’m so very happy to be partnering with them today to help celebrate Aunt Nellie’s 90th birthday potluck party!

This time of year I love a good pot of chili, and this is one of my absolute favorite chili recipes. It’s a lentil filled beet chili full of all those delicious chili flavors, and loaded with nutritious and delicious vegetables.

King’s Hawaiian Monster Eye Cinnamon Rolls

This post was sponsored by King’s Hawaiian as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

It’s almost my favorite holiday of the year Halloween! I’ve been making lots of fun and scary little delicious treats like these little monster eye rolls. We’ve also been planning our family’s costumes for the big day too! Everyone is super excited this year. 

This year we’re going as a pack of dogs. My little son will be a year in a few weeks and he’s going to bee a little white puppy with brown spots. My daughter is a brown dog with a tutu and pink bows. My son is going with a German Shepard mask. My husband got a basset hound mask and I’m going to dress as a cute tutu-wearing labradoodle. What can I say, we love dogs!