Cauliflower Hash Browns (Keto!)

Looking for a low carb hash brown alternative? These paleo-friendly and keto Cauliflower Hash Browns are the perfect addition to any breakfast, and they freeze so well, too!

Keto Cauliflower Hash BRowns with Eggs & Bacon

If you’ve loved my other cauliflower recipes, like my cauliflower rolls and pizza bites, you will love these keto hash browns! These crispy cauliflower hash browns are perfect with any type of eggs, plus these hash browns also freeze wonderfully for meal prep or to pull out of the freezer for later use! 

How do you shred cauliflower?

Place cauliflower in your food processor and pulse until it reaches a rice-like texture.

Keto Cauliflower Hash Browns

 Cauliflower Hash Browns Recipe

We love how crispy these hash browns are on the outside!  Can you bake them instead of pan fry? If you want to, you’ll have to adjust the number of eggs, and they won’t have that crisp edge. See notes for this! 

Want other unique cauliflower recipes? Try these cauliflower recipes we love:

Cauliflower hash brown patties

How do you make cauliflower hash browns

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Cauliflower Hashbrowns


Yields 9
Prep Time 12 minutes
Cook Time 16 minutes
Total Time 28 minutes



Author: Lexi's Clean Kitchen
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Ingredients

Directions

  1. In a food processor, or using a hand grater, pulse/grate cauliflower until rice consistency.
  2. In a bowl combine eggs, cauliflower rice, almond flour, coconut flour, garlic powder, and salt and pepper.
  3. Heat skillet over medium heat. Once hot add oil to coat pan.
  4. Scoop 1/4 cup of cauliflower mixture and form into hashbrown shaped patties approximately 3/4-inch thick and gently place in skillet. Repeat with remaining mixture, cooking in batches as necessary.
  5. Cook hash browns until golden brown, approximately 3-4 minutes per side.
  6. Serve immediately or cool and freeze for future use.

Recipe Notes

  1. *Note: Frozen pre-riced cauliflower is not riced fine enough for these!!
  2. Cauliflower sizes vary. If yours is bigger or makes more riced cauliflower, and it seems like it needs a little extra love to make them firm, add an additional egg and tablespoon of flour. 3 cups of packed riced cauliflower is the correct consistency for these rolls. 
  3. Baking these will not work the same. If you bake these, you'll need to reduce the amount of eggs to two eggs. We also recommend broiling on both sides at the end to try and achieve the crispy exterior.

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March 19, 2018

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7 responses to “Cauliflower Hash Browns (Keto!)”

  1. Eileen says:

    Very simple to make, very tasty. I really like them, thanks!

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  2. John says:

    Can you use a gluten free blend flour?

  3. Derrie says:

    Yes!!! These are awesome! They really do make me feel like I’m eating hash browns and saved me from eating myself into a potato coma. I love it when I find a low-carb recipe that I would eat regardless of my carb status and this is one of those. I think I may try salting the cauliflower in the future to get rid of some of the water, but other than that, I will make them exactly as written.

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  4. Samantha Baskerville says:

    Can’t wait to make these! Do you freeze these prior to cooking?

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  5. Shauna says:

    Made these over the weekend, they’re delicious!! I’m just curious about the nutrition facts…is that breakdown per hash brown? I see it says “serving size 9”, but that doesn’t add up to me. LOL Just looking to clarify since I track all of my food. Thanks so much!! ?

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