15.7.11

Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrowns Review & Cooking Kit Giveaway (&25 Value!)

 One of the things we look forward to on the weekends is having a huge breakfast as a family! Eggs, hashbrowns, bacon, biscuits and juice make up a delicious and filling meal for us. During the weekdays, mornings are rushed and we don't have time do sit down and eat like this. I was so excited to receive Hungry Jack Hashbrown Potatoes to review since we love hashbrowns.

About Hungry Jack Hashbrown Potatoes

Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrowns, 4.2-Ounce (Pack of 9)Made from 100 percent Idaho® potatoes, Hungry Jack® Premium Hashbrown Potatoes come fully cooked and seasoned and require no refrigeration. In just four easy steps, you can prepare tasty, restaurant-quality hashbrowns in approximately 15 minutes. With the time saved, you can even sit down with your family to enjoy a special, home-cooked breakfast.


Current Hungry Jack Contest Promotion

Hungry Jack® Premium Hashbrown Potatoes invites you to enter the My Happy Hungry Jack Family Photo Contest contest.

Whether you enjoy your Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes at the breakfast table with your family, out on a family camping adventure or spiced up with extra ingredients for dinner, we want to know! Send a photo of your family enjoying Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes and tell them how you enjoy your hashbrown potatoes with a 100-word or less caption for a chance to win a kitchen makeover shopping spree!

Contest Ends July 31st!

My Thoughts

We received an awesome Hungry Jack package to get started! The kit included samples of the hashbrowns, a skillet, spatula, apron, and some delicious recipe ideas. I couldn't wait to try it all out. Following the directions on the box was very simple. All you do is fill the box with water and let the hashbrowns sit for 12 minutes, which hydrates them. Then, you just get rid of the excess water and fry the hashbrowns to a delicious golden brown.

The consensus at our home was that the Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrowns were out of this world! I've used frozen hashbrowns in the past and they never seem to cook evenly or correctly. These were not only easy to make, but came out tasting like we got them at a restaurant. I love the recipes we received, too, which you can find on the Hungry Jack website. I am very excited to try the Hashbrown Omelet this coming weekend and can tell it will be awesome, too. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that these hashbrowns are gluten-free! That's just another reason to eat them, in my opinion!



This post was written for Family Review Network & Hungry Jack who provided the complimentary product and cooking kit for review in exchange for my honest opinions.

45 comments:

mglawler said...

I saw these at Safeway the other day and I was intrigued by them. Now I can't wait to try them! The corned beef hash browns recipe looks great!

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Shannon Alexander said...

Garlic Mashed Potatoes with Crunchy Onions sounds delicious! We like using hashbrowns for a breakfast "casserole" I guess you might call it. We mix scrambled eggs, hashbrowns and a form of meat all in one frying pan and it comes out yummy!

artsavesyou said...

Love potatoes in this family!

Robin Blankenship said...

Hashbrown Broccoli Bake is one I would like to try

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Pauline said...

I like the Crispy Italian Baked Chicken - (emscout9 at Hotmail dot com)

ErinC said...

I would love to try the Doughnut Bites with Bacon Sugar and/or the Spiced Mocha Fudge Cake!

Shell Holland said...

Potato 'n Pesto Soup sounds really yummy!

Colleen Turner said...

I love chopping up onions, jalepenos, green peppers and tomatoes and frying them up with the hash browns western style!
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Kimberly said...

The Hash Brown Omlete sounds good
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Ronalee said...

I love to make hashbrowns and add ham, onions, garlic powder and cheese. My own version of Waffle house's smothered covered and chunked.

YUM.. now I think I should go make some for breakfast.

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E said...

I would love to try Hashbrown Broccoli Bake!

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E said...

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Keely said...

the Mexican Chicken and Potato Burrito
sounds yummy!!!
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cjabdelnour said...

I like to eat hashbrown mixed with onions and green peppers. Yum! Cheryl cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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susitravl said...

I would like to try the Flamin' Cajun Skillet.
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jill24295 said...

I like hashbrowns as crispy as possible with my morning eggs :-)
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chelseacarson1 said...

I love hashbrowns with ketchup. The only way I eat them is with ketchup.

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1638db4a-511c-11e0-8797-000bcdcb2996 said...

i would love to try these
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latanya said...

Potaot and pesto soup

Mizzreviewlady said...

The breakfast casserole recipe looks so good! I love to eat hashbrowns with country gravy, bacon and cheese..mmm!
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Sarah said...

My favorite way to eat hashbrowns is with melted cheese and scrambled eggs!

Jammie said...

the Mexican Chicken and Potato Burrito looks so yummy!

hedgerhousehold said...

I would like to try the Garlic Mashed Potatoes with Crunchy Onions
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Jenn Spencer said...

I visited Hungry Jack's Recipe Page and Mexican Chicken and Potato Burrito and Spiced Mocha Fudge Cake sounds delicious!

Thanks!
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Lesley Mitchell said...

I visited the page and love meatloaf made with the hashbrown potatoes!
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manthas24 said...

Crispy Italian Baked Chicken

~ The Mitchell's ~ said...

My favorite hashbrown recipe is hasbrown casserole! It is sooooo yummy!

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Jessyca said...

I think the French Onion Potatoes Au Gratin Recipe sounds really good.
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Sherry said...

I would love to try Crispy Italian Baked Chicken.

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deanna said...

I can't eat hashbrowns without ketchup!
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Teresa said...

I'd like to try the recipe for Potato, Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole
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Kittas said...

I think I would do the Potato salad sans the dijon mustard it is not a fav in this house I would probably try it with regular or honey mustard (Kim Davis= Kitas)

Jessica King said...

The Doughnut Bites with Bacon Sugar sounds interesting!

GabbyLowe said...

I'd like the Potato and Parmesan Crusted Halibut

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Ronalee said...

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Toni said...

I am gonna have to try the Crescent Potato Puffs
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Ronalee said...

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tlcrum06 said...

Visited Hungry Jack & I liked the Zucchini Parmesan Cakes recipe!
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Kris said...

crispy italian baked chicken

Eco Baby Mama Drama said...

I love eating hashbrowns with tons of ketchup!
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Shawn said...

I would love to try the Hashbrown Omelet.

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katklaw777 said...

I want to try the Potato, Sausage and Egg Breakfast Casserole, thanks!

tanya904 said...

I'd like the Mexican Chicken and Potato Burrito
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Ronalee said...

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