Level-Up Your Breakfast Game With Vegan Hash Brown Waffles

Level-Up Your Breakfast Game With Vegan Hash Brown Waffles

Celebrated vegan cookbook author and fellow food photographer Hannah Kaminsky just released her newest work of art. Meet her brand-new vegan cookbook: Real Food Really Fast. This cookbook has broad appeal to all, I imagine. Because who doesn’t want delicious home-cooked meals made in the least amount of time possible? I know I do.

Today we’re delighted to share one of the most popular vegan breakfast recipes from this cookbook: hash brown waffles. Epic? Why yes, yes they are. While this may at first glance seem like a Pinterest hack bound to fail, Hannah swears by this recipe. 

What separates superlative hash browns from the merely adequate hash browns all comes down to texture. Shatteringly crisp on the outside yet tender, even borderline creamy on the inside, it’s a fine balance that’s difficult to strike. Using a waffle iron instead of a standard frying pan maximizes the surface contact for a far more satisfying crunchy crust, while the enclosure allows the spuds to essentially steam from within, ensuring perfectly tender bites through and through.

With that, here is the recipe! Enjoy!

Vegan Hash Brown Waffles
Yields 4
This innovative spin on hash browns uses the power of the waffle iron to get extra crispy hash brown waffles.
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  1. 1 Pound Frozen Shredded Potatoes, Thawed
  2. 1 1/2 Tablespoons Vegan Butter or Coconut Oil, Melted
  3. 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  4. 1/4 Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
  1. Preheat your waffle iron.
  2. Squeeze excess water out of the shredded potatoes and toss in a large bowl with the melted vegan butter or coconut oil, salt, and pepper. Stirring until well incorporated. The shreds should be evenly coated before proceeding.
  3. Lightly grease the waffle maker. Distribute the potato mixture evenly and packing it in firmly. Close the lid tightly and cook on medium-high for 5 - 8 minutes (longer if using a thicker Belgium-style waffle iron, until golden brown all over. Serve right away, while still hot and crisp!
  1. You can find ready-to-cook shredded potatoes in the refrigerated sections of some grocery stores, alongside prepared and packaged side dishes.
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Hannah is imaginative, dedicated, and passionate about food and it shows through in all her recipe creations. She is also the author of My Sweet Vegan, Vegan Desserts, Vegan à la Mode, and Easy as Vegan Pie, and you can find more of her magic on her award-winning blog, Bitter Sweet Vegan

Recipe reprinted with permission from Real Food, Really Fast by Hannah Kaminsky. Published January 2018 by Skyhorse Publishing. This post is not sponsored and all thoughts are my own. For your convenience, this article contains Amazon affiliate links which help us keep the lights on here at World of Vegan. 

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