Everyone loves mason jars. Who needs plates (especially for this Potato Hash Bash station) when you can load them up, place the lid on, and shake?”
This is more of a usage tip than a recipe
Always set your snacktivity station in the order you want your guests to assemble their meals. Start with the jars, then the hash browns, then the toppings, then the lid, then the fork and napkin at the end. Forks and napkins can also go in the mason jar for service.
Set your toppings out in advance: caramelized onions, diced peppers, bacon, sausage, Cheddar cheese, sour cream, and hot sauce. All of these items can be prepped in advance of the party and served at room temperature.
Heat the hash browns (store–bought or homemade) in a skillet and serve on a warming tray or in front of a fire (as shown), so your guests can fill their jars with the hash browns and then toppings of their choice then seal the jar and shake. This mason jar shake method works great with salads as well.
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