See How A Waffle Iron Will Make The Best Hash Browns Of Your Life
I think it’s safe to say that we all love hash browns for breakfast, but they can be time consuming to prepare, making them easy to skip over in the mornings— until now.
Making hash browns in a waffle iron is not only easy, it’s also super quick. Let me tell you— once you have them like this, you’ll never eat them another way again. A waffle iron allows you to get the outside perfectly crispy, all while keeping the middle completely soft, making this method of cooking potatoes everything you could ever want.
There are three different ways that you can prepare your hash browns, and each way is super easy. So, get ready to find out how you can have the best tasting hash browns of your life, in the least time consuming way possible— waffle form, that is.
1. Tater Tots
If you like to buy tater tots that you can store in the freezer, then this is the method for you. All you have to do it put the tater tots on the waffle iron, and let the machine do the rest. You’ll have a perfectly shaped potato waffle when you’re done with little to no effort, and I don’t know about you, but I like the sound of that.
2. Shredded Potatoes
You can also buy potatoes that are already shredded and meant to be thrown on the skillet. Of course, you can always also shred a potato yourself, if you have a little extra time. Either way, pour that shredded goodness onto a waffle iron and have crispy hash browns in no time.
3. Shredded Sweet Potatoes
And just in case you’re more of a fan of sweet potatoes, you can easily make hash browns with this sweeter version of a potato, as well, Buy them pre-shredded or shred them yourself— you can’t go wrong, no matter which way you choose.
Be prepared to have the best tasting breakfast you’ve ever had with these easy hash brown hacks. The best part of all (besides how amazing they will taste) is that you don’t even have to wake up any earlier to prepare them.
Just do what you’d normally do, except for the whole eating a blan breakfast part. Here’s to a much better morning! Enjoy!
[h/t: Food & Wine]