Hash Browns and a Waffle Iron

Hash Browns and a Waffle Iron

My hash browns are just beginning to cook and turn nice golden brown.

Waffle irons are for more than just making great tasting waffles for breakfast.  Time to start thinking out of the box.  Start with making hash browns in your waffle iron.  Individual serving size for everyone.  Plus you can add topping right on top of the hash browns.

Homemade Hash Browns

Hash Browns and a Waffle Iron

1 bag frozen hash browns or make your own fresh.  Hash Browns Freezer Friendly

1/2 teaspoon salt and black pepper

Cooking Spray

Thaw hash browns at room temperature.  Place half of the hash browns on a stack of three or four paper towels.  Bunch up the hash browns and squeeze to force out as much of the liquid as possible.

Place in a large, add salt and pepper.  Mix all together.

Spray and heat waffle iron.

Place 1/2 cup hash browns onto each square of your waffle.  Close the lid and cook until golden brown.

Options:  Add some chopped onions, ham and shredded cheese to the top of the hash browns.  Cover with more hash browns and close the waffle iron lid and cook.  All in one meal your family will enjoy.

Don’t forget the ketchup.  ENJOY!

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Hash Browns and a Waffle Iron



37 thoughts on “Hash Browns and a Waffle Iron

  1. That a great idea! Plus, both sides would crisp at once! I decided it is breakfast for dinner tonight, and I think this with cheese and ham in it is Dinner! Thanks for sharing!

  2. I love this idea! I am making a hash brown casserole for my MoPs meeting next week and always have leftover hash browns, I’ll have to try this out!

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