Breakfast is and always has been my favorite meal of the day. I think breakfast foods are the best kind of foods there is, and think leftovers qualify as a good breakfast, always. Lately I’ve been unable to get enough of my favorite breakfast – herb roasted potatoes. They are so delicious and the tastiest way to start my day.
These can either be a breakfast food or used as a side dish. I’ve done both, but lately I’ve been on a huge kick of eating them as breakfast.
I’ve been going to the gym a lot more lately and while I used to go on an empty stomach, one day I ate these before going to the gym and had my best session yet. The amount of energy I had was intense, as was my workout. A trainer even came over to ask what pre-workout supplement I had taken (I don’t take any) and she was impressed when I said all I did was eat potatoes beforehand.
The perfect breakfast food or side dish to any meal, these potatoes are healthy, filling and delicious. And ready in about 30 minutes, this is perfect for a quick dish.
Herb Roasted Potatoes
The perfect breakfast food or side dish to any meal, these potatoes are healthy, filling and delicious.
- 1 1/2 cup Potatoes Any potatoes are great, for this recipe I used baby white potatoes
- 1 TBSP Olive Oil
- 1 TBSP Garlic powder
- 2 TSP Dried Parsley Flakes
- 1 TSP Rosemary (Dried or fresh)
- 1 TSP Thyme
- 1 TSP Oregano
- 1 TSP Basil
Preheat oven to 430 F.
Scrub potatoes clean. Once clean dice them to bite sized pieces. For the baby potatoes this usually means just slicing them in half.
Once cut, add potatoes to a mixing bowl. Drizzle olive oil over the potatoes and mix well.
Add all other ingredients to mixing bowl and coat potatoes evenly.
Put evenly coated potatoes onto a baking sheet and put in oven once preheated.
Cook in oven for 25-30 minutes, flipping once halfway through.
Once potatoes are cooked (find out by poking a fork through the biggest potatoes), add salt and pepper to taste.
Enjoy your delicious breakfast or side dish!
These are so quick to make and sure to be a winner with everyone. Now, I just wish I had made more!
What are your favorite potato recipes?