Cheesy hash browns potato casserole is a recipe was handed down to me by a friend after we had attended a dinner party at her home. This hash brown casserole is a quick and easy, prepare ahead of time dish that we have made for the holidays, family get together, and graduation parties. It is a mix, dump, and bake recipe that never fails and is always a favorite of all our guests.
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Often when I am making the crockpot Christmas turkey recipe, I will make this hands-free make ahead dish the night before, so that all I have to do is put it in the oven for the evening meal. I bake a lot of my Christmas casseroles in my favorite Spode casserole dishes. I use the square casserole dish a lot during the holiday for many different dishes. It makes the table look very festive.
We dress up our table with our Spode Dishes for every Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday. Christmas goes by so fast and I love my Spode Dinnerware, we set our Thanksgiving table with our Spode dinnerware. We received Spode plate setting from my Mother-in-Law when we were first married and did not have the money to buy Thanksgiving dishes so it became a family tradition to use our best dishes at Thanksgiving.
You are going to love this cheesy potato dish. I take this dish to any party I am invited to when the hostess says that I do not have to bring a dish. It is a favorite and the dish always comes home empty. When I go to a potluck I make the cheesy hash brown potato bake is a disposable pan which makes clean up a flash. Try the hash brown potato bake this weekend and then you will be hooked to make it every holiday.
- Large Mixing Bowl
- Large Mixing Spoon
- Thanksgiving Casserole Dish
- Christmas Casserole Dish
- Casserole Dish
- Disposable Pan
- 2 large bags of frozen Hash Browns, thawed
- 2 16 oz Sour Cream
- 2 cans Cream of Chicken Soup
- 1/2 stick of Butter Melted
- Onion Flakes to taste
- salt and pepper
- 2 small packages of mild Cheddar Cheese shredded
- Combine all of the ingredients and put in two casserole dishes.
- The original recipe from my friend Max bakes for 350°, however, I have found it take 60 minutes when you are making two. You can half this for one pan. I use this whole recipe when we are having a large crowd.