These stuffing hash browns are the perfect leftover stuffing recipe! A great way to use leftover stuffing for breakfast or brunch, and enjoy stuffing twice! Great for leftover Thanksgiving stuffing recipe or from leftover holiday Christmas stuffing. A bright, fresh, and hearty recipe!
This Leftover Stuffing Recipe is:
- Loaded with Flavor
- A great way to use leftover Thanksgiving stuffing
- A fun holiday breakfast or brunch
What’s In This Hash Browns & Leftover Stuffing Recipe?
- Frozen Hash Browns: I like these Cascadian Farms no salt added variety!
- Stuffing: This year I used my homemade sourdough stuffing, but you can use a sage and herb stuffing if desired (sage stuffing is my absolute favorite!)
- Bell Pepper
- Olive Oil: I use Zoe olive oil which has a great flavor. And if you get it online, its cheaper than in the stores and is a great value for the quality.
- Parsley: if you don’t have fresh parsley, you can use dried.
- Salt: I like a pink Himalayan sea salt, which has more natural minerals than regular table salt.
- Tellicherry peppercorns: level up your table pepper with tellicherry peppercorns, SO flavorful and have a great spice. I bought a bag of this Amazon brand pepper, and we’ve been enjoying it for months.
Save that Leftover Thanksgiving Stuffing for a No-Waste Recipe!
I’m all about saving, reusing, or repurposing as much as I can in my kitchen. This leftover sutffing recipe is the perfect recipe to repurpose something you may be tempted to throw out. Instead of tossing cooked stuffing in the compost or garbage, you can repurpose it into a delicious and flavorful breakfast. Add some potatoes, fresh veggies, spices, and you got yourself a new meal. I’m all about saving anything I can from my kitchen, and this sheet pan recipe is a great way to avoid letting leftovers go to waste!
Frozen Hash Brown Recipes For the Win!
I used a few frozen veggies for this recipe instead of fresh produce (frozen hash browns and frozen bell pepper strips!). Frozen produce is a great option for finding fresh and flavorful vegetables in the off season. By using freezer ingredients, I can stock up when they are on sale, and use them in all kinds of great dishes. It saves me a trip to the store, and I can add amazing veggies right into the recipe. Frozen vegetables are often picked at peak ripeness, so they are a much better option than canned. Check out all my recipes that use Freezer Ingredients on The Herbeevore – great for those nights when you want dinner ready fast! And check out my Top 125 Plant-Based Pantry Staples for long-lasting staples that I always keep on hand.
How Do I Make Leftover Stuffing Hashbrowns?
Cozy Holiday Brunch Recipes for the WIN!
These stuffing hash browns are great for a quick cozy weekend breakfast, brunch, or brinner (breakfast for dinner!). They are the perfect recipe for brunch guests, or just for getting the whole family together to enjoy a slow weekend meal. These hash browns are also great for having company over for a holiday brunch as well. Ready in under 30 minutes, these waffles are simple to get on the table, and they will go fast! You can see all my breakfast and brunch recipes on The Herbeevore here, and also if you are heading to a brunch at someone else’s home check out my brunch hostess gift guide for simple gift ideas the host will love!
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Stuffing Hash Browns (Leftover Stuffing Recipe)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
- In a large bowl add the frozen hash browns, stuffing, onion, celery, bell pepper and olive oil. Toss well to combine.
- Spread hash brown mixture on baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes, flipping halfway.
- Remove pan from oven and top with fresh parsley. Add salt and pepper to taste... Mangia!
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