Ham and Potatoes Saute with Baked Eggs

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For those here from the Costco Meals post, welcome to my One Dish Dinners site. Stick around and check out the other recipes. A note about this recipe, ham is not on the Costco list because they don’t sell it in small enough portions for this particular set of meals. My suggestion, use any you have in the freezer leftover from a holiday meal…OR cut up 2 links of the chicken and apple sausage and toss it with the potatoes before putting in the oven to bake the eggs. 

Ingredient substitution: Chop up 6 of the gold potatoes into bite size pieces and saute as directed.

This is easy enough that it could be a weekday morning breakfast. It does take a few minutes to get things sauteed, but only needs a few minutes to bake. So…it would be easy to fit into the morning kitchen plan…

  • Turn on oven.
  • Dump potatoes and ham into skillet.
  • Make lunches.
  • Toss the potatoes and ham.
  • Holler at kids to get shoes on. And to pack their backpacks.
  • Put the whole skillet into the oven.
  • Make sure everyone is presentable and that shoes are on the right feet. Cut up fresh fruit. Put final touches on lunches.
  • Serve warm, filling, hearty and wholesome breakfast.
  • Give hugs and kisses and send everyone off to work and school.

Or, you could just try this on a leisurely weekend morning…or a weeknight “brinner.”

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Ham and Potatoes Saute with Baked Eggs

Yield – 4 servings
Prep Time – 10 minutes
Cook Time – 5 to 7 minutes


1 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 bag (28 oz.) frozen diced Potatoes O’Brien (or 3 cups diced gold potatoes)
2 cups ham, diced (or 2 chicken and apple sausage links, diced)
4 eggs
Salt and pepper, to taste
Dash of Italian seasoning for serving

Side of fresh fruit



  • Preheat to 350.
  • Add the oil, potatoes and ham to the skillet and saute for 7 to 9 minutes. Then make a few wells for the eggs.
  • Crack the eggs into each well. Then put the skillet right into the hot oven.
  • Bake for 5 to 7 minutes, or longer if you want the egg completely baked.
  • Sprinkle a little salt and pepper and some Italian seasonings onto each egg.
  • Serve Ham and Potatoes Saute with Baked Eggs and a side of fresh fruit.
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24 Responses to Ham and Potatoes Saute with Baked Eggs

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  2. Alea Milham says:

    Your mornings sound like mine. I do make lunches the night before though which frees up a few more minutes that I employ hollaring at the kids. 🙂

    I love the combination of flavors in this dish – it is a hearty, country breakfast!

  3. We love to eat breakfast for dinner and this is just what I need for tonight. Can’t wait sounds delicious except I intent to fix the ham and potatoes and scramble and fry eggs separate. (We all have different taste so I have to fix eggs different for each person.)

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  6. kimbie1139 says:

    Can’t wait to try this one. It just might be dinner tonight to give it a test spin!

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  8. Karin says:

    Love me some hash….I use whatever meat is handy…leftover burger, roast, ham, beef, etc…and my boys actually love this for dinner, too

  9. Steph says:

    My kids have found the wonders of shredded hashbrowns. I’m now required to fix this dish with a topping of cheese several times a month. If only I could add vegetables to the cooking process…picky brats lol!

    • Erin says:

      Ha! Too funny!

    • Kellie says:

      My kids like shredded hash browns too. I sneak squash into it by peeling a yellow squash to get rid of the color evidence, then shredding it with a grater that has holes similar to the size potatoes in the green package. Mix it into the packaged potatoes evenly before putting it in the pan and they’ll never notice. I would start with a 1 part squash to 3 parts potatoes and see how far you can push it. With a teenage boy, it also stretches the one bag of potatoes enough so that the rest of us get a portion too 🙂

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