MELT butter in large nonstick skillet set over medium heat; cook bacon and sausages for 2 to 3 minutes or until fat begins to render and sausages are starting to brown.
ADD Olivieri® Skillet Cheese Gnocchi, tomatoes and thyme to skillet.
INCREASE heat to medium-high; sauté for 8 to 10 minutes or until gnocchi are starting to brown.
CREATE 4 pockets in skillet mixture using back of wooden spoon; crack egg into each pocket. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Reduce heat to medium-low; cover and cook for 3 to 5 minutes or until egg whites are set but yolks are still runny or until cooked as desired.
Whether you are a morning person or not, there is something beautiful about starting your day off on the right foot by sharing a delicious meal with your family. This Loaded Bacon and Egg Breakfast Skillet Gnocchi is just that and more! Not only is it a breeze to make, but it’s also packed with staple breakfast ingredients to please everyone’s palate – from the oldest to the youngest family members.
Moreso, only one skillet is needed to cook this recipe – meaning easier and speedier cooking and cleanup. This one-skillet breakfast dish is all about the advantages!
The Versatility of Skillet Gnocchi
Other than tasty, Olivieri® Skillet Gnocchi are extremely versatile. These flavourful morsels are a delicious new twist on potatoes that you can use as the base for any of your preferred meals. With no boiling or draining required, they cook in just five minutes with a crispy outside and soft and tender inside.
Did you know there’s a wide variety of great ways to make gnocchi?
If you have a bag of skillet gnocchi on hand, then you know you can whip up something quick, easy and drool-worthy for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert – even an elevated appetizer for a family or friend get-together! Don’t believe us? Wait until you try these recipes:
This Parmesan and Garlic Skillet Gnocchi is a classic combination of potato, garlic and Parmesan cheese – comfort food at its finest!
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