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Hash Browns for the win!

Hash Browns for the win!

One of the best breakfasts ever to me was scrambled eggs with toast and hash browns. But like McDonald's hash browns.  I will never say McDonald's hash browns taste bad, the opposite, they are delicious but I am definitely the first one to tell you not too eat them! 

I have come so far, it has been over one year since I last ate maccas. I haven't had eggs in more than two months. Home made brunch was getting harder and harder. Until, my light bulb turned on! what if I made home made hash browns! 

Every recipe had tons of oil involved, eggs and cheese for flavor, they were not an option. So, I asked my little hamsters upstairs to start running harder and think of an easier, healthier way to make hash browns. so, why not pan fry them. First try, it was a mess! so bad. If you don't have an awesome pan, don't even try. Next try, oven. 

I tried 3 different ways, and the one I will show you was the winner. BY FAR! 

Here it is. An easy, healthier way yo make hash browns. 


Makes 8-10 hash browns depending on size. 

  • 3 potatoes, peeled and shaved
  • salt and pepper to taste ( I used 1 tablespoon of each)
  • 1 tbsp nutritional yeast

How to:

  • Peel the 3 potatoes and grate them. Place the grated potatoes in a bowl, add salt, pepper and nutritional yeast and mix. 
  • Pre heat the oven at 380F/ 193C 
  • Place cupcake paper cups in a muffin tray, if you don't have paper cups you can cut parchment paper in small squares and use them instead. 
  • Scoop the mix into the muffin tray and fill up half way. Repeat until mix is finished.
  • Bake for 45-60 minutes. It will depend how crispy you want the hash browns. I left them one hour and they were perfect! 
  • Once it is done, let them cool down for about 5 minutes. 
  • The outside will be crispy but the inside will a bit soft. 

You can eat them for breakfast, lunch or snack. It makes a great on the go breakkie! You can freeze them as well, just make sure they cool down first, or keep them in the fridge as meal prep for the week. I had mines on a salad!

Hopefully you like them! and if you make them, please share them with me, either facebook, instagram, snapchat, twitter, all of it! . I'd love to see your creations! 







Kelly McGrath

Kelly McGrath

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