Smash Browns Premium PD Recipe

Hot handheld potato breakfast patties can be custom seasoned or topped with your favorite Protective Diet topping, sauce, salsa or dressing. Enjoy them savory or sweet with Chia Seed Jam and PD Greek Yogurt. These hash brown patties can be paired up and used as gluten free sandwich buns, as a dipper in soup, or a scoop for Busy Day Chili.

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Comments (7)

  1. posted by Cheryl Jezak on October 19, 2017

    We LOVE these potatoes! I serve them to my SAD daughter and son-in-law and they love them and even the BABY gobbles them up, asking for more. Hubby says ‘you can make those ANYTIME’ . The last time we had them with Sour Cream Dream, very good.

  2. posted by sal4gal on March 11, 2017

    Oh – my – goodness! These are so yummy! It is creative recipes like these that make the premium membership worth every penny! I just used salt so they would be versatile and they taste just like hash browns.

  3. posted by renewedflesh2 on March 9, 2017

    Julie, how did you get yours to be so smooth? Mine were very chunky and the potato kept sticking to the fork and lifting off the pan. How can I keep them together better? Should I wet the fork? Deformed, but delicious.

    • posted by Julie Marie on March 14, 2017

      Press them when they are still hot or at least warm. If they are cold they will become dry and crumble apart. Also be sure to use the suggested potato. Russets are too dry for this recipe.

  4. posted by Diane Richardson on March 8, 2017

    These were so easy. I made it with two different spices, one was cajun, the other was a little onion, garlic powder. But size of potato definitely matters. Mine were big, so I had to cut them in half, so I got two out of one tato. Very good, browned up nicely.

  5. posted by dianeb on March 7, 2017

    What is that delicious looking sauce in the picture with the smashed browns??

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