Recipe Box, Cheesy Chive Potato Crowns

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These bite size potato “muffins” are similar to my Tater Crabs

 

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But they are baked, not fried

 

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And even easier to make   👍

 

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Thawed frozen hash browns

 

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Cheese, green onions and seasonings

 

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Tossed with a little olive oil

 

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Baked in a mini muffin pan

Do you have any silicone baking pans?

They are dreamy for things like this…

 

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Mine cooked in about 35 minutes, but time will depend on your oven and pan

Check often near the end of cooking time and remove them when the edges start to crisp

 

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Great side or appetizer

 

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I first saw this recipe on Everyday Living {thanks Pam!} and is adapted from Mantitlement

 

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I call mine potato crowns because they look like, well, they look like crowns!  👑

 

crowns and masks

 

‘Tis crown season you know…😉

Potato Crowns

  • Servings: 24 crowns
  • Time: prep: 10 minutes, bake: 30-40 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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2 cups frozen shredded hash browns, thawed

3-4 green onions, chopped

2 oz Manchego cheese, grated or diced into small pieces

1 oz Parmesan cheese, shredded

dash garlic powder

salt & pepper

1 T olive oil

Toss ingredients together in a mixing bowl.  Spoon into well greased mini muffin pans, pressing mixture down with fingers or the back of a spoon.  Bake at 350 for 30 minutes and check potatoes.  Continue to bake until golden and edges are crispy.

Carefully remove from pan and serve warm

Note: a silicone pan makes for easy removal

 

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Have a bite!

for another printable version of Cheesy Chive Potato Crowns click here

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11 Responses to “Recipe Box, Cheesy Chive Potato Crowns”
  1. Jodi says:

    love potatoes – and these look and sound divine!

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  2. Jenna, yes it is crown season and what a great little recipe to go along with it. I love this! They have to be tasty and I love how they look, winner! I can’t wait to try them. I’ll have to look for those silicone minis to keep is easy. Thanks Jeanna, love the presentation…………My family will love these.

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  3. lulu says:

    These are what I call tasty little tidbits. I especially like them because they work for any meal or, as you point out, as an appetizer. Combine that with easy to prepare and your crowns are winners.

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  4. These look wonderful for appetizers or even a brunch buffet. Thanks, Jenna. (And thanks for coming over to Gypsy!)

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  5. I could go for a few of them now:@)

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  6. I love this…I think they would also make a great appetizer!

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  7. Mary says:

    What an easy and delicious little bite Jenna! February just happens to be National Potato Lover’s Month too 🙂

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  8. Jenna, thanks so much for the shout-out. Oh these look delicious…Whole 30 is going great, but seeing your beautiful food makes me want to eat everything including something sweet! Happy week-end!

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  9. Kim says:

    These look delicious! And, crowns are in style at my house continually (wink).

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