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Super Hash Browns Recipe
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January 15, 2021

Hey guys!

You’ve probably noticed on Instagram that I’ve been having wayyyy too much fun in the kitchen over the past year. I’ve always loved to cook and experiment with recipes, but I’ve really taken things to another level with the extra time I’ve spent at home, thanks to COVID. I think I’m most excited to share my faves with you!

Putting together new recipes is fun, but sometimes it’s fun to tweak old favorites too. I love to circle back to recipes that used to be staples and give them new life.

Like my Super Hash Browns.

This is a tried and true Blogilates recipe that I created years ago. It’s truly one of my favorites! It’s a healthy, low carb hash brown made with cauliflower rice that is crisped to perfection. Top it with creamy avocado, tomato and a drippy over easy egg and OMG. You won’t believe how good it is until you try it for yourself. I’ve tweaked this recipe to perfection, and even included it in my 90 Day Meal Plan. I could probably eat these every day.

Wanna try?! I think you do.

blogilates 90 day journey super hashbrowns with avocado egg and tomato

Super Hash Browns Recipe

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup riced cauliflower
  • 3 eggs, divided
  • 1/3 ripe avocado
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 1 Tbsp freshly diced tomatoes (optional)
  • Chili flakes (optional)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Olive oil or coconut oil

DIRECTIONS

1. Heat up your pan or wok and put about 1 tsp of olive oil in the pan as it heats up on high. Then pour in the riced cauli and stir around for a few minutes until slightly golden. You don’t want to do this for too long because the cauli will eventually go back on the pan again and have another chance to cook through.

2. Then crack 1 egg in a big bowl. Pour the sauteed cauli in the bowl and mix thoroughly. Add in about 1/4 tsp of salt and 1/4 tsp of pepper. You can adjust accordingly.

3. In a medium heat pan, add some oil and let heat. Then take heaping TBSPs of the hash brown batter and spread in an even circle on the pan. Let the bottom of the hash brown solidify before flipping. This should take a few minutes. Once you flip, it will look like a hashbrown (or a latke)!

4. Now make your Avocado Mash. It’s avocados mashed with a fork with 1 tsp lemon juice and some salt and pepper to taste.

5. Now it’s layering time! Put the Avo mash on the hash brown, cook 2 eggs sunny side up and top with some chili flakes and tomatoes if you desire!

blogilates 90 day journey super hashbrowns with avocado egg and tomato

YUM.

If you make Super Hash Browns, you HAVEEEEEE to share with me! I need to see how it turned out!

Tag me on Instagram or let me know in the comments! Mmmm, can’t wait to see!

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  1. bionaze says:

    Hmm me and my friend are going to make breakfast tomorrow and this sounds like a great addition!

    1. blogilates says:

      YUMMM lemme know how it goes!!

  2. marti says:

    I didn’t have cauliflower rice so I made the hash brown patty with quinoa and it was so good! who knew u could make quinoa patties? I also diced some breakfast sausages into the patty mixture and the flavors fit perfectly. this was so good thank you <3

    1. blogilates says:

      OOHHHH that sounds good!!!

  3. Anya says:

    can you do smoothie recipes? 🙂

  4. bionaze says:

    Sounds delicious. I think I can pair it with milktea!

  5. Emily says:

    I love how Colourful your meals are! I have to try making this soon!! Xxx

  6. Lyn says:

    Made this yesterday and it was BOMB! So filling and tasty! Who knew you could make a pancake out of cauliflower!

  7. Sam says:

    Can you use frozen riced cauliflower or do you have to thaw it first

    1. blogilates says:

      Would def recommend the frozen cauliflower be thawed first! If anything, it gets cooked/thawed in step 1.

  8. Joela says:

    Hi, is there any ways to make it vegan?

    1. blogilates says:

      I think you can try egg replacer or flax eggs but I am not sure how that will turn out exactly! Maybe try and let us know?!

  9. Jenna says:

    I have wanting more options for savory breakfasts, so this is perfect! Something I can use my cauliflower rice for besides the usual stir fry!

  10. Lili says:

    I didn’t even know these were made with cauliflower instead of potatoes! Looks amazing, will try it out

  11. Laura says:

    Looks so good! But where does the 4th egg get used? It looks like only 3 are used in the recipe…

    1. blogilates says:

      Good catch!! Updated list to say 3. I would say you can use a 2nd egg in the cauli mixture if you want but 1 is also enough!

  12. OOOHHHH definitely more Paleo friendly!

  13. Skai says:

    I really want to try this!

  14. Peyton says:

    Looks good!! I’m making this!!!

  15. Linnéa says:

    Sorry but what do we do with the divided eggs? 😁

    1. blogilates says:

      Divided means that you don’t use all the eggs at once. So the first time you use the egg, it’s in the cauli mixture and the 2nd time is to make the sunnyside up eggs!

  16. Colley says:

    Hi Cassie!!!

    Just dropping by to tell you how much I love these recipies you put out for us! Since I tried my first one of yours, eating healthy has become a norm in my home! I guess is safe to say we all thank you for your effort first, and then for your creativity! You really do inspire so much positive change!
    Sending you so much love!

    P.S: is there any chance you could do an outdoor friendly workout? With all the indoor activities we did in 2020, working out outside, in sunlight, woukd be… a breath a fresh air 😅

    1. blogilates says:

      Yay that’s awesome to hear!!! Fun idea for outdoor workouts – you can def do any of my videos outdoors, too!

  17. Kaeli says:

    Looks yummy

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