Oh boy.

I am so glad to be back to normal life. Yesterday I swept, mopped, vacuumed, scrubbed, put away Christmas decorations, did one million loads of laundry, and organized three billion new flashy-singing-light-up toys, stuffed animals, and adorable nine-month old clothes.

IMG_7824 

How in the heck is Baby A almost wearing nine-month-old clothes?! I’m going to scream.

The other thing I’m going to scream about is how stinking easy it is to make hash browns. (Also, I feel like screaming about how incredibly un-photogenic hash browns are)

IMG_8220

You just need potatoes and a panini press.

Or a waffle iron.

Or a pan and another pan.

Or even just a pan or something heavy.

First you grate the potatoes with a cheese grater or a food processor.

IMG_8207

Then put them in a colander and squeeze out all that extra liquid by pushing down on them with your hand.

Then spray your panini press (or waffle iron, or pan) with a lot of non-stick spray. The more spray, the crispier the potatoes get.

IMG_8213

Then make a single later of potatoes, close the lid (or put a heavy pan on top of the pan they are in) and cook for 5-8 minutes. I like mine really crispy, so I probably left them in closer to 8 minutes.

IMG_8218 

That’s it! Perfect for breakfast burritos, or just eating by the handful. IMG_8244

***

Oh, and the winner for the Chobani Giveaway is Sara from Stories and Sweet Potatoes! Congratulations! Email me with your address and we will get that Chobani in the mail!

Pin It!