These Low Carb Cauliflower Hash Browns are my new favorite breakfast! Quick, easy, and oh-so-yummy! Perfect with some eggs or turkey bacon!
Confession #143- One way the 80 Day Obsession has been good for me is I am back to eating a full and complete breakfast in the morning.
It’s these damn 60 minute workouts…they are impossible to do at any other time of the day besides the morning, and even if I am not following timed nutrition perfectly, I am STARVING at the end of each sweat sesh.
I have been known before to drink a million cups of coffee all morning long and then, sometime close to lunch, realize I still hadn’t eaten yet. Awesome for a nearly 40 year old metabolism, right?
But not now…I have been eating all the delicious foods and loving every second.
And these Low Carb Cauliflower Hash Browns are a new favorite. So darn good and only three ingredients.
Have you bought or made the Trader Joe’s Everything Bagel Seasoning yet? Guys – this is just one of the million ways I use it every day…to find out more ways, check out this post!
Anyway, for this, just mix 1 cup of cauliflower rice, 1 egg, and some of the Everything Bagel Seasoning (or seasoning of your choice) and mix it up.
Spray a pan with cooking oil spray and melt a 1/2 tsp of butter. Scoop half the batter onto the pan and cook over medium heat for a few minutes or until the edges start to brown. I kind of flatten It while cooking to help it form a hash brown patty of sorts.
And it does pretty easily. After the first one is finished, cook up a second hash brown using the remaining ingredients, following the same technique.
And that’s literally it! This makes one serving, so you can eat the entire recipe yourself…or double/triple to share or make for the week. I love serving it with eggs or breakfast meat…and a side of oatmeal muffins and fruit.
Sometimes I even serve it up with a dollop of plain Greek yogurt, so it ends up having a potato pancake kind of feel.
So much yum.
Low Carb Cauliflower Hash Browns
- 1 cup cauliflower rice I've used both fresh and frozen
- 1 egg
- 1/2 teaspoon everything but the bagel seasoning
- 1 teaspoon butter
- Mix cauliflower rice with 1 egg and 1/2 tsp everything but the bagel seasoning.
- Spray a pan with nonstick cooking spray and melt 1/2 tsp of butter over medium heat. Scoop half the cauliflower rice mixture into the pan and cook 3-5 minutes or until the edges get golden, flattening with a spatula as needed to keep the pancake type shape.
- Flip and cook through.
- Repeat with the remaining cauliflower mixture. Serve with an egg or breakfast meat or top with some plain Greek yogurt.
so easy and delish! did not use the yogurt, just a dab of fixate ketchup for a comfort hash brown!
Shelby Hall says
So easy and delicious! I was getting tired of doing the same ol’ eggs, sautéed veggies and toast. This is absolutely going to be a part of my morning breakfast!
YES! So happy you found the recipe to add some variety to your week!
Thank you! These are delicious!
Hello, I’m confused a little by the serving size and instructions. The instructions you mention two split the batch in half to put in the pan, for me that would be two hash browns,the nutrition information says it’s for one hash brown, and it’s also mentioned that this recipe makes one hash brown. Just want to make sure I’m counting my containers correctly. Thank you!
You’re right, that WAS confusing! Sorry about that- all fixed now!
Another winner. I used up mashed cauliflower and the whole family raved over these with a fried egg on top.
LOVE!!! Great job, Ashlie!!
Natalie Heffner says
Have you ever tried this with a flaxseed egg? Not sure if it would hold or how it would taste? I am sensitive to eggs but want to give this a try!
I haven’t, but if you try, please let us know!
Sidney Young says
What are some other mix-ins besides Everything bagel seasoning that would go well with these? I have a very picky eater who may not like the everything bagel seasoning.
Parmesan cheese, cheddar cheese, just salt, even! You can make it so many different ways!
Sarah Segovis says
This is soooo tasty! I added some Cholula and a little extra seasoning. Mmmmm! I’m going to make this again and see if my picky toddlers will go for it. 😛
Great idea! Good luck, toddlers are our toughest critics!!
Do you recommend making these in an air fryer?
If so do you cook them first then use the air fryer to crisp or cook the whole thing in the air fryer? Thanks!
I haven’t tried this – I would maybe use parchment paper if you! I might try it – if I do I will let you know!
Jasminder Kaur says
I just made these today. I cooked the cauliflower a little .It’s a great filling recipe. Thanks.
I’m so glad to hear this!
How did you get your cauliflower rice to take the shape of shredded cheese? Whenever I make it in my food processor, it looks much finer. Thanks!
Hi! Do you use the shredding tool? That’s what I use for mine!
Perfect! That’s what I will do! Thank you so much 🙂
So welcome! Enjoy!
Kylee Robinson says
Yum! Can’t wait to try! I have a frozen bag of riced broccoli/cauliflower. Think that would work?
So delicious! You’re recipes are some of my
This makes me so happy, Michelle! Thanks for letting me know!
Did you cook the cauliflower rice first? If so, what’s your preferred method?
Nope! I have used it raw and even frozen :).
How long do these last in the fridge? Any reheating instructions? Also, can you freeze them?
These will keep for a few days in the fridge! I think they would freeze well, but I haven’t tried. I think the microwave or heating quick in a pan would work perfectly!
OMG these are so good. I made with over easy egg on top. It felt like a lot of food. Hard to believe it was less than 200 calories. Grand slam, Nancylynn!
Right? It’s SO filling!! I am so happy to hear :).
Have you used this with frozen cauliflower rice?
Yes! Worked great!
So stupid question probably…cook it from frozen first? Or just use frozen and it’ll warm enough?
You can use it frozen or thawed!