The only thing better than a regular waffle, in my opinion, is a hash brown waffle. To be honest, I think I actually prefer hash brown waffles. I just love all things potatoes. Whether I make them in crispy in an air fryer, as part of a taco skillet, or in a breakfast casserole, it’s all perfection in my book.
I’ve made hash brown waffles in the past and used mozzarella cheese as a binding agent along with the egg. I wanted to take a crack at making a Whole30 version and it worked out perfectly. I love making these to add to my breakfast (or lunch or dinner) or throwing something tasty inside and using it as my “bread” for a breakfast sandwich. Try it and thank me later!
Each waffle maker will vary on the cooking time so you will want to keep a close eye on your waffle the first time you make it. My waffle maker gives you a red light while its contents are still cooking and a green light when it’s ready. I completely ignored those lights and just kept checking my waffle until the potatoes were a nice golden brown and the texture was firm enough to stick together. I used a round classic waffle maker from Cuisinart for this but you can use any shape your heart desires.
The ingredients in this are minimal and truly you could just use eggs and the potatoes if you wanted. The extra ingredients are just some seasonings to give your waffle a little more flavor! You can top your hash brown waffle with ketchup or ranch (I love the ones from Primal Kitchen Foods) or you can add some avocado, salsa and shredded chicken or ground beef and make it a hash brown waffle taco party. Just typing that out I think I drooled a little on my keyboard.Print
- 1 16 ounce bag frozen hash browns thawed (make sure to check your ingredients label as many frozen hash browns contain sugar!)
- 2 eggs (or 1 egg and 1/4 cup egg white)
- 1 Tbs ghee
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- salt and pepper to taste
- diced green onion for garnish (or you can toss them into your “batter”)
- mix all ingredients (minus the green onions) in a large mixing bowl
- spray waffle maker with cooking spray and once hot, add half the mixture
- Continue cooking for about 15 minutes or until potatoes are crisp and have reached a golden brown color
- Continue with the rest of the mixture for the second waffle
- Top with green onion and enjoy!
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