Crack Potatoes

Yes I said it…. Crack potatoes… You want to know why??? Because no one can ever just have one serving!!! These are a great potato dish to bring to feed a lot of people. Potluck??? Family Dinner??? Superbowl Party??? Brunch??? These potatoes can go with any meal! I made these for Christmas and they were all gone within minutes! Now I bring them to every Christmas Party I am Invited too!!! Simple, easy, and of coarse delicious! You just mix all the ingredients up together and then put it in the oven and bake for about 2 hours. I told you it was easy! So easy a blonde like me can do it!! Be careful they are addicting and no one will turn them down. FYI….I put crispy onions on top of them but you can all so put corn flakes like my mother would do  when I was growing up. Yummm

Here’s what you’ll need….
8-10 cups of hash-browns. Depends on how big of a glass pan you use

1 can of cream of onion soup- (IF you CANT find cream of onion soup, you can use a box onion soup mix and add it to a cream of celery or another cream of chicken soup)

1 can of cream of chicken soup

2 cups of cheddar cheese

3 dollops of sour cream (1/2 cup)

2 tbs of butter- melted

5-8 tbs of milk- add enough to make it creamy over all the hash-browns

S and P to taste

crispy onions or corn flakes for topping

(TIP- If you use the corn flakes melt 2 tbs of butter and coat the corn flakes with them before putting them on top)

Large glass pan

FOIL for covering pan

FYI-Use DRY onion soup mix with cream of celery or another can of cream of chicken if you can not find cream of onion soup…

First take out your glass pan and add your soups, butter, and sour cream. Mix together well.

You can also mix it in a mixing bowl then add to your pan. The less dishes the the better tho is why i just did it in the pan. :)

Now add in your hash-browns and mix together.

Add in your milk to make sure the mixture is all over the Hash-browns.

Now add in your cheese and mix together.

Last add your salt and pepper to what you like.  You can also mix it in together.

Add your onions or corn flakes on top and bake in oven WITH FOIL over them on 350 for 1 1/2 to 2 hours or until bubbly. Take foil off 10 minutes before taking out so it browns a bit on top.

Serve and Enjoy!


Comments: 3

  1. Laurie Babbitt December 25, 2013 at 4:31 pm Reply

    I tried these and they are soooo yummy! Everyone loves them!!

  2. Karen December 19, 2015 at 4:59 am Reply

    Do you thaw the potatoes first.

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