This paleo eggs benedict recipe is a healthier take on traditional eggs benedict.  When I first began the Paleo Diet, I would go out to breakfast sometimes and feel so deprived when I saw all the things I couldn’t have.

Eggs Benedict is one of my favorite breakfast dishes and I have been so happy now that I have come up with this Paleo Eggs Benedict recipe.  It uses a sweet potato hashbrown instead of an English Muffin.

I recommend using pastured eggs for the hollandaise sauce and for the sunnyside up eggs and Canadian bacon that is free of nitrates for this paleo eggs benedict recipe.

Paleo Eggs Benedict

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Paleo Eggs Benedict
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Serves: 4
  • ½ cup Hollandaise Sauce (See recipe below)
  • 4 Sweet Potato Patties (See recipe below)
  • 5 Pastured Eggs
  • 4 Pieces of Canadian Bacon
  1. Prepare the Sweet Potato Patties. Cover them so they stay warm. (See recipe below).
  2. Prepare the Hollandaise Sauce. Place in a glass container in a bowl of hot water to keep warm. (See recipe below).
  3. Cook the Canadian Bacon until slightly crispy.
  4. Cook the four eggs sunnyside up.
  5. Begin assembling the Paleo Eggs Benedict.
  6. Place one Sweet Potato Patty on each plate. On top of that, place a piece of Canadian Bacon, on top of that place a sunnyside up egg, and pour Hollandaise sauce over the top.
  7. Serve and enjoy!

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Hollandaise Sauce for Paleo Eggs Benedict
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This makes about ½ cup of sauce. You might want to double the recipe if you like a lot of sauce.
  • 3 Pastured Egg Yolks (Save the egg whites to make the sweet potato patties)
  • ½ of a Lemon
  • ¼ teaspoon Dijon Mustard
  • ¼ cup melted Grass Fed Butter
  • ¼ teaspoon of Hot Sauce
  • 1 Tablespoon of Filtered or Spring Water
  1. Heat the butter so it is melted and hot.
  2. Juice the lemon
  3. Place the egg yolks, lemon juice, Dijon mustard, hot sauce and water in the blender.
  4. Blend for 10 seconds.
  5. Pour the butter into the blender very slowly, in a thin, slow stream while the blender is running. Do not pour it too quickly or it will not thicken properly.
  6. The sauce should thicken immediately.
  7. Pour the sauce into a serving container or glass jar and put it into a bowl filled with hot water to keep it warm.
  8. If you like a lot of sauce, you might want to double the recipe.

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Sweet Potato Patties for Paleo Eggs Benedict
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  • 1 large sweet potato
  • 3 Green Onions
  • ½ cup of Almond Flour
  • ¼ teaspoon Pepper
  • ½ teaspoon Himalayan or Sea Salt
  • 3 Egg Whites + 1 Egg
  • 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil or Avocado Oil (like this)
  • Extra oil for frying
  1. Peel and grate the Sweet Potato
  2. Slice the green onions.
  3. Place the grated sweet potato, green onion, egg whites, egg, almond flour, salt, pepper and oil into a bowl and mix.
  4. Turn the stove on medium high.
  5. Place some oil in a large pan.
  6. Spoon the sweet potato mixture into a large pan and form 4 patties.
  7. Depending on the size of your pan, you may have to make this in two batches.
  8. Cook for about 7 minutes.
  9. Carefully turn them over and cook the other side for around 7 minutes. Be very careful and gentle in handling the patties as they won't be binded very strongly until fully cooked.
  10. Remove from the heat.
  11. Place on a plate and cover with a paper towel to keep them warm.
  12. To save time in the future, you can make extra and freeze them.


6 Thoughts on “Paleo Eggs Benedict

  1. love the sweet potato patties

  2. Who needs to go out for brunch with a spread like this?! Nourishing and so yummy! Eggs Benny are my fave! 😉

  3. This looks SO good! My girls would love this!

  4. I love eggs benedict! Pinned this:)

  5. This looks great! I absolutely ADORE eggs Benedict, this recipe looks like a great alternative to the wheat-y kind. 🙂

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