Thursday, April 19, 2012

Decadent & Delicious!



I bet you all have had and enjoyed the hash brown casserole from Cracker Barrel, right?

And you love it!  

Well...you can make it at home!  

It's a great side dish for company or Sunday dinner.

And...when you make this, you cannot be worried about calories,  oh no,
just taste!!

These are delicious and beautiful once they come out of the oven all browned up and crispy on top.

Enjoy!


Heavenly Potatoes

1 onion, finely chopped 
(could substitute onion powder for the taste.)
2 T. butter 
24 oz. package shredded hash browns, thawed
2 C. sharp cheddar cheese, grated
10 3/4 oz. can cream of chicken soup
2 c. sour cream
(Or if you're like me and get caught without sour cream, you use ranch flavor chip dip in its place. GOOD!)
Salt & Pepper, to taste

Saute onion in butter until tender, combine with remaining ingredients.  Pour into 2 quart casserole dish sprayed with PAM, and bake at 350 degrees for one hour.  Serves 8-10
(This would also be great made into individual casseroles for each place setting.)

Enjoy~and I'm serious about the chip dip, it tasted great!



We are heading back to Ann Arbor today for a follow-up visit on Lem's surgery.  

He's doing AWESOME.


7 comments:

Laura said...

Glad to hear about Lem!
Love this recipe. My daughter just found out that she's allergic to wheat, dairy, and egg whites. She is mourning that which she cannot eat anymore. This will be one of them.

a8383 said...

I am so making these potatoes! Praying your husband gets a good report, Joni. : ) Angela

Jamie C said...

Love these potatoes! Whenever we have a family gathering it's the most requested item. They are great with bacon or ham in them as well.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Cracker Barrel = comfort foot and this looks amazing. Glad to hear Lem is on the mend; good news and thank God!

Anonymous said...

love those potatoes: ) glad to hear your husband is doing well.

Anonymous said...

I tried these, adding a little garlic powder (I couldn't resist!), and we LOVED them.
Mary Jane

Anonymous said...

My sister puts crushed potatoe chips on her potatoes, I put corn flakes in my food prcessor add butter and blend lightly and then put on top and bake, It will come out crunchy buttery and sweet. Both are good.