Waffle Maker Hash Browns

by Jill Dalton

Who doesn’t love the comfort of a crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside hash brown? Our family has come to love this easy and delicious way of cooking hash browns from scratch in the waffle maker. Of course it is easier to just go and buy a bag of frozen shredded potatoes but many times there are preservatives and additives like dextrose and phosphates mixed in to keep the potatoes nice and white. In addition to this, the potatoes used are not organic and as we know, potatoes are on the dirty dozen list. Conventional potatoes are subjected to the use of over 37 chemicals in the growing process. This is why I choose to make my own using organic potatoes.

Waffle Maker Hash Browns

Who doesn’t love the comfort of a crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside hash brown? Our family has come to love this easy and delicious way of cooking hash browns from scratch in the waffle maker.… Breads & Sides Waffle Maker Hash Browns European Print Recipe
Serves: 4 Prep Time: Cooking Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 3.6/5
( 9 voted )

Ingredients

3 lbs organic russet potatoes

Instructions

  1. Wash potatoes and cut them in half, lengthwise so that they will fit in the food processor chute
  2. Prepare your food processor with a shredding disk
  3. Shred all of the potatoes
  4. Place shreds into a strainer and press out the moisture
  5. You can also place shreds onto a clean dish towel and ring out the moisture
  6. Lightly spritz your preheated waffle iron with oil
  7. Place half of the shreds into the waffle iron and evenly distribute them
  8. Close the waffle iron and cook for about 30 minutes or until it is your desired crispiness

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2 comments

Kelly Baker August 19, 2019 - 6:16 pm

We did the sugar free peach tart and it was WONDERFUL>!

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Lu September 8, 2019 - 3:32 pm

Is it possible to do this without any oil? What could I use on the waffle iron instead?

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