When I was little, my grandma made a hash brown casserole to die for. Of course, it was full of butter, cheese, and sour cream; ingredients I no longer eat. I’m sure it had thousands of calories and no nutritional value, but when you’re a kid, who cares? It’s all about it tasting good. Then you become an adult, and unless you would like to have a heart attack or be obese, hash brown casserole is a childhood memory or a once a year “treat.”
Although I didn’t think I could master such a savory vegan fish, I thought I would give it a try. My goal was to first “veganize” it and then take all the fat out. Although it took a few failures, I can clearly say each and every bite was like stepping back into my grandma’s kitchen without any of the calories or heart attack ramifications.
If you are in need of a little comfort food without the guilt, you have to try these. They are perfect for a holiday brunch, or just a Sunday breakfast for the family.