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These are great! I cut the calories in half by using 2% milk sharp cheddar and Swiss, low-fat sour cream, and the Mayo clinic's healthy cream of chicken soup substitute. I didn't even skimp on the butter (but next time I think I'll halve it). They still tasted every bit like comfort food.

Also: I didn't have the store-bought hashbrowns, so I just shredded some potatoes in the food processor. It took about 3 1/2 potatoes.

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ervigile May 29, 2012

These potatatoes are very good. They were very cheesy! I took them to work and received many compliments on them. Will definately make again.

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Chef Marley April 14, 2011

I was trying to recreate some cheesy potatoes that I once had in Ohio and although this wasn't quite the same, it was pleasantly delicious! I didn't have condensed chicken soup so I used chicken broth instead. I also only made a fourth of the recipe since I wasn't sure how the kids would received it but I am glad to say that we will be making the whole recipe next time. :)

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Provl8dy in training June 23, 2009

I made this to "get rid of" some hash browns. They were a big hit with DH...not so much with DD but I would definitely make again for a quick side :)

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Tish March 14, 2009

I made this for DH to take to work. I've never made these before and this was a very easy recipe. I was a little worried bcz it seemed like there wasn't enough liquid when I was mixing it all, but it must form some liquide from the potatoes as it cooks. I used Smart Bal. marg. and homemade cream soup. I added some dried minced onions. Dh would have liked the top more browned, but it disappeared quickly.

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WI Cheesehead December 24, 2008

This is an amazingly easy-to-make, tasty, can't-go-wrong dish! I make it for all the potlucks I attend and I always get asked how I made this and what the ingredients were. I recommend this to anyone who doesn't care to have to deal with a long prep time, and wants to sit back until it's ready to come out of the oven. I'm from Wisconsin, and anything with cheese pretty much wins me over anyways.

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jessi_gitrdun December 18, 2008

These were cheesy and tasty. I added a chopped onion and used 2% sharp cheddar cheese, lowfat sour cream and the Healthy Request cream of chicken soup and it was plenty tasty and rich for us. I also only added pepper as I figured the soup was salty enough for us. Thanks for sharing a good recipe!

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DeniseBC April 19, 2008

wonderful , we had them for breakfast, will warm the leftovers up for supper thanks for sharing

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aultssa94 December 23, 2007

Wonderful! We loved this. I made as directed except only used 2 T of the butter, baked for the 90 minutes. I was going to add onions but forgot. Thank you

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Madson7 November 07, 2007
Cheesy Potatoes