There are many reasons why I am not a fan of intermittent fasting. Breakfast is one of them. Specifically this breakfast, hash brown waffles with greek yogurt, fried egg, avocado, pickled red onion, tomatoes, cilantro, green onion, and taco bell hot sauce.
Hash brown waffles are a popular breakfast food because they are crispy, savory, and filling. Here are a few reasons why they might be so delicious:
Crispy texture: Hash browns are made by grating potatoes and cooking them until they form a crispy outer layer. When the hash browns are cooked in a waffle iron, they form a crispy exterior with a soft, potato-y interior. This crispy texture can be very satisfying to bite into.
Versatile: Hash browns can be customized with a variety of toppings and seasonings, such as cheese, bacon, green onions, or hot sauce. This means that you can tailor them to your personal taste preferences.
Easy to make: Hash brown waffles are relatively easy to prepare, especially if you have a waffle iron. They require only a few ingredients, and can be cooked quickly.
Comfort food: Hash brown waffles are often associated with comfort food, which may contribute to their popularity. Eating a hearty breakfast can provide a sense of warmth and comfort, and the familiar taste of hash browns can evoke memories of childhood or other happy times.
Hash Brown Waffles w/ fried egg, avocado, Greek yogurt, pickled red onion, tomatoes, cilantro, green onion, hot sauce
The best 10-ish minute breakfast. Ever.
2 frozen hash browns
1 tbsp Greek yogurt
1 fried egg
1/4 avocado, sliced
1/4 cup sliced grape tomatoes
Pickled red onion
Sliced green onion
Hot sauce, preferably Taco Bell mild
Heat up the waffle maker to medium-high or level 4 on the one I have. Once hot add two hashbrowns, cook for 3 minutes, then use a fork to break it up/mix it up so you have a thin layer of hash browns. Cook for another 3-5 minutes. The. Remove and layer with all the remaining ingredients.