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  1. Liz says

    I’ve done a ton of variations with these, so my rating is based on the concept as well as the recipe itself. All around an awesome addition to any meal, not just breakfast. These have become a staple in my Whole30 journey. I know that technically a waffle isn’t Whole30 compliant, but as a vessel for veggies and proteins, I don’t see why not…

  2. Nancy says

    This is a game changer recipe for sure. Delicious and adaptable to any meal. Thank you for the inspiration.

  3. Diane Kassab says

    I love these waffles as is and also as the base recipe for variations. If I’m not on whole 30, I’ll add raisins chia seeds or flax seed. I use them for eggs but also for pulled beef or pulled pork. They are so versatile!

  4. JD says

    Can you please clarify the amount of eggs used? To yield two servings, shouldn’t it be 3 eggs instead of 2 as written in the recipe; one egg for the batter and two eggs fried for the sandwich?
    I’d like to make 4 servings; which means I’ll need a total of 6 eggs right? 4 fried and 2 combined with 2 small/ medium shredded potatoes ?

    • Ashley says

      Hi there, sorry for the confusion regarding the egg amounts! You are correct in that for 2 servings with 1 egg on each sandwich, the total amount for the recipe as written would be 3 eggs. I will make that update.

  5. JD says

    These are sooooo good! My family loved them!!! And yes, while waffles technically are a SWYPO, these are definitely an exception for me— It’s similar to a sweet potato hash! Plus two ingredients?? Can’t beat that!