Thursday, July 21, 2011

Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes Review + {Giveaway with Rafflecopter – Ends 7/27} (CLOSED)

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We like potatoes in our house, that’s for sure. We prepare and eat them many different ways. They can round out many different meals. So, I’m always looking for different ways to serve potatoes. We have them almost once a week. It’s always nice to find something new that my family will love too.

GEDC2313Hungry Jack has an easy, fun, tasty way to make hashbrowns. The Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes are fantastic and a super easy addition to round out any meal. This is a great product for busy moms and families will love it.

The new Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes are made from 100 % Idaho potatoes. The potatoes are cooked seasoned and shelf stable. There is no need to put them in the refrigerator. In about 15 minutes you will have these yummy hashbrowns from their box to your plate.

GEDC2315You will have no problems whipping up the Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes for your family. They are so simple to make, even someone who doesn’t cook can figure these out. First you open the box of hashbrowns. Then you add water and let them sit for a while. They will soak up all the water. After that you put them in a hot skillet with some oil and cook. If you want them brown on both sides, you flip them and cook a little longer.

I made these for my family for a quick breakfast-for-super night. They were so easy to do. And the hashbrowns were delicious. I added a little diced onion while the hashbrowns were cooking. Then I melted shredded cheese on top before taking the pan off the stove. This added a little something more and was very good.

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The Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes can also be used in other recipes. You can make a Hashbrown Omelet, a yummy Hashbrown Meatloaf or perhaps Zucchini Parmesan Cakes. They all sound delicious!

Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes are a budget-friendly, quick and easy solution to make a special and delicious family meal. The pint-sized carton is made for convenient storage in home pantries and is easily portable for outdoor activities such as camping and backpacking. They are affordable too at only $1.79 (retail) per box and one box serves 6! You can find Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes at various grocery stores including Walmart, HEB, Safeway, Albertsons, Kroger, Publix, Food Lion and Super Target. For more stores or just more information visit www.hungryjackpotatoes.com

I have a prize pack that contains 2 boxes of Hungry Jack Premium Hashbrown Potatoes, a pan to cook them in, a Hungry Jack apron and turner. 2 lucky readers will win one of these prize packs. You can enter following the directions on the Rafflecopter giveaway form. (See my latest post if you need help with Rafflecopter.)
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*Disclaimer: I received the products to try for this review. All opinions are my own.*

31 comments:

royalegacy said...

I like the Beef Stew with Herbed Potato Dumplings Recipe

sasluvbooks said...

I Would Serve the Original Hungry Jack instant Mashed Potatoes
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Diana D said...

Cheesy Scalloped would be a nice side dish. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway


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Katrina said...

this pregnant mama could use some cheesy scalloped potatoes!
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lisa said...

I would get the Cheesy Scalloped
YUMMY!
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mglawler said...

We love the Original Hungry Jack mashed potatoes. Gluten free!

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mshdb said...

I would serve cheesy scalloped potatoes with my next meal.

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Robin Blankenship said...

Cheesy Scalloped potatoes Love them

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jayedee said...

mmmmm the potato pancake mix sounds scrumptious!

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Krystal said...

I like the potato pancake mix too!

Small Footprints said...

That Potato Pancake Mix is calling my name ... that's what I'd serve for my next meal! Thanks for this opportunity!
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April @ PolkaDots n' PinkySwears said...

I love the Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes with just about anything!

Emma said...

the potato pancake mix sounds scrumptious.

ErinC said...

The Hungry Jack Hashbrown Potatoes sound really good!

Raven In A Blue Room said...

I love the Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes

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onesockmissing said...

Hashbrown Casserole is one of my favorite sides.

ruthhill74 said...

I would love to have the au gratin potatoes.
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Julie said...

We actually serve the Hungry Jack Mashed Potatoes whenever I don't have time to make my own!
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Toni said...

I like the Sour Cream & Chives Potatoes
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Ashley said...

I'd serve the instant mashed potatoes.

Kittas said...

I loooove potato pancakes they are my dirty little secret so I would probably serve those in fact I didn't know there was a mix made by Hungry Jack for them...I am going to have to ask my grocery store to stock them.

(Kim Davis)

Steph Enright said...

I'd like to try the Cheddar & Bacon Casserole Potatoes!
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alonso204 said...

Cheesy scalloped sounds delish.
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Steph B said...

My family has always served the instant masked potatoes!

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Gina said...

I would serve the Hungry Jack® Hashbrown Potatoes

Virginia Lee said...

Hungry Jack Casserole Potatoes Cheddar & Bacon! Yummy!

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barbara.montyj said...

I'd serve this - Redskin & Yukon Gold.
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Karen said...

I serve the Instant Mashed Potatoes almost every night....I don't do homemade, LOL:)

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Nancy said...

Their boxed mix for the Sea Salt and Cracker Pepper Casserole Potatoes would be great with my meatloaf!

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debijackson said...

original mashed potatoes with meatloaf djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

lmurley2000 said...

i would serve the potato salad

http://hungryjackpotatoes.com/recipes/entry/dijon-potato-salad/

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