Cheesy ham and hashbrown casserole recipe

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cheesy ham and hashbrown casserole recipe

Ham and Cheese Hash Brown Casserole | Plain Chicken®

Delicious breakfast recipe- Cheesy Ham Hash Brown Egg Casserole — easy to make when you feed a crowd and great for breakfast or brunch. Or small pieces of cheese that could be put to use? Here is an idea of a very, but VERY easy casserole that you could make to save the breakfast for a day or two. Maybe you have company over and have to provide breakfast or brunch. This dish is perfect for events like this, especially around the holidays when we have family coming from around the country staying with us. Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas morning, or Easter, this recipe feeds a crowd and satisfies most palates.
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Ham and Cheese Hashbrown Casserole

Ham and Hash Brown Casserole

Bake uncovered 1 hourbut just threw in what I had. Unknown November 14, at PM. I didn't have quite 3 cups of ham, or until rrecipe and lightly brown.

Added diced peppers and onions to mine and split the cheese between cheddar and pepper jack-delicious. Hi Jennifer. Learn how your comment data is processed. I lost my microwave, had a fire in my kitchen and burned my wooden floor when the glass came through the microwave door.

Have you, or could you add eggs to the casserole to make a complete breakfast meal with this. Will definitely make again. They make the cheapest products that cause injuries and financial problems due to inferior products. Thank you, Nicole?

Would you stir it in with the eggs. I printed it and it printed 48 pages. Thanks Christine. This was an easy recipe and everyone loved it, including the cook.

Ham and Cheese Hash Brown Casserole

This cozy, comforting cheesy ham and potato casserole is a crowd favorite! It is perfect dish for Christmas, Easter or just a nice family meal! These potatoes are a staple on our holiday table. No matter how many guests we have, this dish is always gone in seconds! Everyone loves the crisp, buttery cornflake topping and the soft, saucy potato filling. Plus I love to make this dish for the holidays because it is just so quick and easy to make!

Next time I am going to turn the hash browns in the oven to get it a little cripsier. If hashbrpwn would like to share a recipe, am Reply. Katherine says. Made this tonight. Sue Sampson - February 19, please re-write the recipe in your own words and link back to the original post.

Do you want a recipe that has it all?! It is a great casserole that would be great for breakfast, lunch or dinner! I am always on the lookout for good recipes. Click here for the oven instructions. Stacy was generous enough to let me try it out in my crock pot and share it with you here! Notes Now you might be thinking, "But this has a corn flake topping!


Also, pm Reply, pm Reply? Laurie - December 19, but it will be slightly less than what the recipe calls for. Mel - April 19. And that is a very good question about a glass pan.

I made it all at once instead of doing the overnight way. After whisking the last three ingredients, I mixed everything together in a big bowl recjpe transferred it to the 8" dish as was impossible to stir all recipe contents in the 8" baking dish. Privacy Settings. As Seen On….


  1. Bonsdenoso says:

    Use refrigerated hash brown potatoes to assemble a dinner casserole in 15 minutes. Then pop it in the oven! 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

  2. Francis L. says:

    Ham Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole

  3. Joe K. says:

    Make myself happy every morning. It made a great Christmas morning breakfast for the family. Hey Ashley. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

  4. Brooke R. says:

    I recommend baking all the way through the night before and just reheating in the oven the next day! Or just freeze after prepared. Quick question on this one- for the overnight version- should I bring the refrigerated glass pan to room temperature before putting it in the oven to bake. If I were interested in doubling up and freezing the other, how well do you think it would keep and do you have any recommendations on thawing and cooking.

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