So what can you do except pile on the carbs! ;-)
This easy recipe is always a hit and great as leftovers!
2 lb. bag of Orida Hash Browns (cube-shaped, in freezer section)
16 oz. Sour Cream
8 oz. of Shredded Cheddar
2 can of Cream of Potato Soup.
8 oz. Parmesan Cheese (I use the shredded kind, but you can use the powdered) Step 1: Mix the first four ingredients together in a bowl.
Step 2: Spread in a 9x13 greased pan. Sprinkle generous amount of Parmesan cheese over the top.
Step 3: Cover with foil. Let set overnight or for a couple of hours (best this way).
Step 4: Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes. Uncover and bake until golden brown (about 15 more minutes).
Cheesy goodness! ENJOY!
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Oh my gosh I make these during the holidays!!!! I love them!!! They're amazing!!!! YUM! So jealous I wasn't at your house!
Looks amazing. I'm hungry, now. lol
Sorry about the weather you're having. We're supposed to get slammed again tomorrow. They're calling for another 18". Blah...
that looks delicious! definitely bookmarking this for later.
Yummy. My mom used to make something similar for church potlucks. I wish I was home to enjoy it instead of stuck at work.
That looks like feel good food! YUM!
Yummy! They look like the cheesy potatoes my mom makes. Except she puts corn flakes ontop of hers.
Man, if that's not some yummy comfort food, I don't know what is!
Ooo...that looks delicious!
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This is my all time favorite!! I take it to every pot luck occasion too and I never get leftovers. :) My tummy just rumbled just thinking about it!
You have leftovers when you make this? Never in my house. I'm on it!
Looks good. I love cheesy potatoes!
Oooooooooooh yummy! I make hash brown casserole similar to Cracker Barrel's...it reminds me of this.
That looks so yummy! The plus is that it also looks like something I can make with my limited cooking skills. :) Thanks!
That looks so sinfully yummy! Perfect for a Super Bowl party!
Oh yeah! Here in France we make tartiflettes-- potatoes, creme fraiche, a special cheese, and little pieces of ham called lardon. YUM.
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Cheese and potatoes = two of my favorite foods.
And I'm off now to check out the kissing contest : )
Those are really good. I have always known them as "funeral potatoes" but I like your name much better!!!
So for your blog hop, do you link up now and then post the kissing scene on Valentine's Day?
This sounds really scrumptious!! Yum yum yum YUM....
Darn it...now I have to have THESE!!! They look amazing.
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Sounds delicious, thank you!
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