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Cheesy Baked Hashbrowns



With the cool weather officially here, I have a thing for cheesy potato dishes. They are simple to make and perfect for those crisp fall afternoons and evenings when you just want something warm and filling. They are even perfect for breakfast if that's your thing as well. Today I want to share with you this mouth watering Cheesy Baked Hashbrowns dish that is not only delicious but super easy to make.


*Makes approximately 4-5 servings.

Here is what you'll need:

Ingredients:

1 10 ¾ oz. can of cream of chicken soup

1 can of milk

5 green onions, diced

salt & pepper to taste

16 oz. frozen shredded hashbrowns (Any brand)

1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded or cubed (I always use block cheese so this time around I simply cubed the pieces to save time)

2 tbs. vegetable oil

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and spray a medium size baking dish with non-stick cooking spray (optional but helps with easy clean up).


Heat the 2 tbs. of oil in a frying pan and then cook the shredded hash browns and green onions 8-10 minutes on medium/high. You want to brown them up a bit prior to adding them to the baking dish. This will save on your baking time.


While the hashbrowns are browning, add the cream of chicken, milk, cheese and salt and pepper to the baking dish and mix well.


Once the hashbrowns have been browned to your satisfaction, add them into the mixture and bake 30-35 minutes until heated through.


Serve and enjoy! I hope you enjoy our Cheesy Baked Hashbrowns as much as we do!


Annmarie John
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  1. WOW! These looks so good! Luckily for me, I'm not counting carbs and calories until January. I just love cheesy hashbrowns.

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  2. Yum! I usually make a big breakfast on Sundays and this might find its way to the menu this coming weekend.

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  3. Cheesy potato dishes are my husband's favorite, he would go nuts for this. I think Ill make it for him for breakfast this weekend, as it's his birthday and it looks like the kind of dish he would love. It's got all of his favorite ingredients!

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  4. Ohhhh, my oldest son is going to love this. He is my biggest hash brown fan and what does not taste better with cheese.

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  5. Ok Cheesy hashbrowns are midwestern staple at holiday meals, they are one of my faves. But I've never used a cream soup in them like this before, it sounds so good. We usually use sour cream and some seasonings or something. I'll have to try this for sure.

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  6. Those look amazing! We love hashbrowns and the cheese just takes them to another level!

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  7. That is a great idea! I will have to try that out this weekend. My kids love cheese!

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  8. I haven't had breakfast yet & this is sounding real good right now! Yummy!

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  9. OH yum! This looks really good and I'd love to have some right now. I'll save this to make this weekend

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  10. Oh wow, cheese and potatos are 2 of my favorite foods! This looks really yummy!

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  11. Oh my these sound so good. I enjoy anything with cheese.

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  12. Hash browns are my favorite way to serve potatoes. These look amazing!

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  13. That looks so delicious! I can't wait to try this recipe, and it's perfect for cold weather!

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  14. I'll have to make this for our littles- they love cheese and hash browns. I don't know why I've never served them together before.

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  15. Oh this looks super good! I want to make this for breakfast this weekend. I just love anything cheesy.

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  16. This is the time of year that I wish I could eat cheese. It makes foods so warming and home-like. This recipe looks absolutely delicious!

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  17. Just looking at this photo makes my mouth water. I could eat a whole batch of this in one sitting.

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  18. Yum that looks like the ultimate in comfort foods! So good. Perfect for this weather and winter for sure!

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  19. These look great and easy to make. I think my sons would love this for breakfast or dinner. They love hashbrowns and cheese so it is a win/win.

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  20. Mmmmm I could go for something like this no matter what the temperature is!! That looks so satisfying. Hashbrowns and cheese on their own are fantastic, but the combo is among the best!

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  21. Ahh, the addition of soup is what makes it so creamy. I crave cheese and potatoes (together) in the fall and winter very much. In the summer, it's ice cream. Go figure!

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  22. This looks delicious. I don't think I would like as much cheese on mine though.

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  23. I never had hashbrown in ages! I bet my boyfriend would love this!

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  24. Oh my yum. I want to make this for dinner. It doesn't get better than potatoes and cheese!

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  25. You have no idea Madison how much my girls would love this if I made it for them. After all it has all of their favorite ingredients; hashbrown, cream of chicken and cheese.

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  26. This looks so yummy! I love cheese and I love hasbrowns, so this is a perfect breakfast for me. Yum!

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  27. WOW this looks really good.I really do liked hash browns and they sure do look cheesy. I know this would be a problem because I wouldn't be sharing. LOL

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  28. Ooooh this looks so yummy. My kids will love it.

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  29. this recipe looks so good! I'm going to pick up the ingredients and make this over the weekend.

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  30. I'm pretty sure husband and kiddo would love this. I love cheese and hash browns I just have to be careful of carbs like these and the starch.

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  31. Oh yum this sounds absolutely delicious - I have to admit to being a bit of a cheese fiend.

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  32. That looks so amazing. I want to try this for sure! Amber N

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  33. I wonder if you can used shredded potatoes (boil them maybe?) - I can't get frozen hashbrowns easily here.

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