There are a few simple pleasures in life, and I got to tell you this is one of them. Not only that, these waffles are flavorful, but easy, pretty and delicious as well. Naturally gluten-free and perfect to relish it with a bowl of soup, breakfast or even after work/school snack.
I really hope you all try it and enjoy it as much as my family and I did.
We love them for breakfast or just as a snack. Also, I make them often for our movie nights or when we have friends over because these are quick but delicious as well. My husband loves them with sour cream or cream cheese. Usually, I serve them with some sausages or eggs.
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Flourless Potato Waffles
- 1 1/3 cup 10 OZ Shredded Potatoes
- 1 Large Egg
- Salt and Ground Black pepper to taste Good pinch of each
- Pinch of dry Parsley
- Pinch of Rosemary (remove the leaves from steam, if fresh and chop)
- 1/4 teaspoon Onion Powder
- 1 teaspoon Oil plus for greasing the waffle iron
- Pinch of Sriracha Salt and dried Parsley
- Parmesan Cheese
- If the potatoes are shredded and frozen: Pack 2 cups in the measuring cup and defrost in the microwave for a minute or two. This will bring you down to 1 1/3 of a cup. Or peel and shred fresh potato until you reach 1 1/3c. You may use 1 cup of potatoes if the waffle maker is smaller.
- Place the potatoes in the bowl, then add 1 large egg and season according to your taste. Mix well to combine.
- Grease the waffle maker very well.
- When the waffle iron is hot enough place the potato mixture evenly. Close the waffle maker and allow it to cook until the lights on the waffle maker tell you it's done.
You can use sweet potatoes, but instead of onion, you can use Allspice. If you do not have parsley or rosemary, you can use other herbs, like thyme, or oregano. Onion powder gives you an amazing aroma, but if you don't have it in a powder form, shred or dice onion really into almost minced form. You may use green onions as well. Some waffles are smaller, so just use fewer potatoes or if you want them thinner. Make sure to grease the waffle iron really well. This way it will cook much better. This is not your typical waffle and it might stick, so heat the waffle maker, then grease it before placing the potato mixture. What OIL: You can use any oil on hand. I used OLIVE oil, but you can use any on hand. I used just a pinch of Sriracha salt over all the waffles when I finished.