Sweet Potato Hash Browns

Sweet Potato Hash Browns

Do you love the soft insides and crunchy outer edges of hash browns? Then you’ll love this recipe! Rich in nutrients like Vitamin A, a fantastic energy source, hypo allergenic recipe to suit most diets. If you need to learn about AIP or autoimmune guidelines, have a read here.

Enjoy these with a side of bacon or Oregano Garlic Cream Sauce.



Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 4


2 medium sweet potatoes
4 tablespoons arrowroot powder
Coconut oil to coat the pan (or the lard from bone broth, if you are not vegan)

Optional seasonings, to taste:
garlic powder, himalayan salt, onion powder, dulse flakes, powdered ginger, cinnamon, rosemary/and thyme etc



1) Peel and grate sweet potatoes.
2) Remove excess water by pressing between a dish towel or some paper towel.
3) Add sweet potato, arrowroot and seasonings to large bowl. Mix with a spoon well to combine.
4) Heat a large non-stick frying pan with enough coconut oil to generously coat the pan.
5) Roll sweet potato mixture into a ball and then flatten in your palms. Place in the pan and brown.
6)Flip or toss to finish cooking to your desired level of crispness, about 10 – 15 minutes in total. You may need to add more coconut oil half way. Serve garnished with spring onions


CHEAT SHEET: No time, even for a recipe this quick? Wash, then slice you sweet potatoes on a Mandoline slicer using the thickest settings. Fry in the pan, sprinkling some seasonings over the top before and after flipping. These are more of a chip than a hash brown, at the same time you can slice some zuccini and cauliflower to add to the pan. Easy!!


Looking for other recipes with good nutrients and healthy fats? Try these:

Paleo Mousse

Paleo Bread

Zucchini pesto noodles

Home wholefoods to make

Learn more about Calcium in Paleo diets

Healthy Porridge alternatives

Vegan Pilaf

Green Avocado Smoothie



Tanya Kurzbock

Tanya is an avid animal lover and believes in the healing power of nature. She initially saw the healing power of natural medicine working with animals when pharmaceuticals could no longer help a very unwell dog. The transformation from sickness to health inspired her to understand the mechanisms behind the healing response.

She later undertook a four year Advanced Diploma of Naturopathy and sought mentors in the field with exceptional experience and knowledge.
Tanya has also faced cancer herself, and cared for a loved one with cancer. She understands the importance of collaborating with specialists and using the best health options at our disposal. She successfully has used conventional medicine in combination with natural medicine to return to health and is cancer free. She now uses natural medicine to treat any ongoing side effects from conventional intervention including, but limited to, nutrition, herbal medicine, acupuncture, scenar therapy and homeopathy.

She believes in finding the root cause behind her patients presentation and empowers her patients to take ownership of their health and tune into their own body wisdom.