Broccoli Hash With Creamy Plant- Based Dressing

This broccoli hash with creamy plant based dressing is so versatile and full of nutrients. You can have it at any time of day for a good snack or meal.

I admit, I eat broccoli like it’s going out of style, my fridge is usually stocked up with a few pounds of it. The reason is, it’s somewhat cheap and usually on sale. Broccoli is versatile, very filling, and healthier to snack on than candy and chips. I never liked broccoli growing up, still don’t like it raw at all however, it’s now my favorite thing to roast, steam and sauté in a skillet.

So I give you my crispy broccoli hash with creamy plant – based dressing! This dish is great with eggs or on top of a salad. You can even it alone as a salad. This recipe takes about 15 minutes to make (You know I like my quick dishes). I have gotten quite creative with my broccoli dishes and this is one of my favorites.


Broccoli Hash With Creamy Plant- Based Dressing

Ingredients (serves 1-2)<br>Prep Time: 5 minutes

  • 2-3 large crowns of broccoli (finely chopped including the stems)

  • 3 tbs avocado oil

  • 2 tbs garlic powder

  • 2 tsp paprika

  • salt and pepper to taste

  • For the Dressing
  • 3 tbs of vegan cream cheese (I used Kite Hill Jalapeño Cream cheese)

  • 1 tbs olive oil

  • 1/4 c water (keep to the side add a little at a time into mixture)

  • salt and pepper to taste

  • 1/8 tsp garlic powder


  • Heat oil in cast iron skillet on medium. Add broccoli to the skillet and keep on medium/high for a few minutes before stirring (this will get a nice crispy char on the broccoli) 
  • Once you sauté the broccoli add all the other ingredients and let it continue to crisp throughout until its to your desired texture. 
  • For the dressing
  • put all the ingredients into a small jar and whisk together. add small amounts of the water until it’s to your desired thickness. You may use less water than the 1/4 c. Drizzle the dressing over the hash and enjoy!


  1. Mary

    Hey Bailey
    thanks so much for the recipe—looks amazing!
    You might want to check your posts for errors. This one is full of them, from “Once you still the broccoli” to “you can use ant savory flavored cream.” Looks like something a spell check app might have done to you (I hate those apps myself—they cause at least as many errors as they fix!). Anyway, thanks again for the lovely food ideas!

    • Bailey

      Hi There!

      So sorry about the spelling error on here – this is a VERY old recipe from when I first started blogging on my first website 5 years ago (and apparently I didn’t proof read). I will be going through and updating everything over the next few months. I will get to this one first. Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

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