Posts Tagged ‘breakfast’


Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

waffle iron hash browns

Yep!  Pinterest strikes again.  I saw a pin for cooking hash browns in a waffle iron and I was immediately intrigued.  I love finding new ways to use appliances that are stored in my cupboards.  Put them to work.   I had frozen hash browns, but I think fresh shredded potatoes [like Simply Potatoes] might work even better.

hash brown prep

I tossed the frozen hash browns with a small pour of olive oil, Lawry’s seasoning and salt & pepper.  Then made a fairly thick layer of hash browns on a hot waffle iron.  I had mine set to the highest setting.

waffle iron hash browns

A few minutes later, I had perfectly done hash browns.  Crispy on the outside, but still moist!  There is nothing like a plate of crispy hash browns and a cup of coffee on a rainy Sunday morning.  Enjoy.

waffle iron hash browns

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Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Where is June | Pancake Bites

Not sure how many of you have a cake pop maker stashed in your cupboard, but you may want to find it.  If you are like me, you hid it because, let’s be honest, no one can actually make a cake pop!  They are actually a recipe for tears and a baking disaster.  A brave baby sitter tried once again last night with Big W and it ended in failure (once again.)

I found the cake pop maker on my counter this morning and I was determined to find a use for it!  I mixed up some pancake batter and made pancake bites. {A tablespoon of pancake batter and few minutes cooking time.}  The finished bites would be perfect to dip in syrup.  I decided to roll mine in cinnamon sugar.  The top of the bites were moist when they came out, so it was the cinnamon sugar stuck perfectly!  My little baker gobbled them up and the nightmare from last night was all but forgotten.

Where is June | Pancake Bites


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