These were so helpful and not to mention yummy.I put a spray of veg. oil in each of the sections of the muffin tins then I heat my muffin tins in the oven until vey hot. I then add the mixture to the pan and continue to bake for about 40 to 50 minutes ,they come out with a beautiful crust.
These are great! I added 1 cup of chopped ham as I need protein in the mornings. I had just a little left over after filling 24 muffin cups, but that could be b/c I used hash browns instead of potatos and I think I used too much. They got brown after about 50 mins in the oven. I let them cool a minute and have had the darndest time getting them out of the muffin cups. I think next time I'll just cook them in foil muffin liners. This would make a great Saturday morning casserole.
Bought a twenty pound bag of potatoes for $1.99 and knew the two of us could not eat them fast enough and fortunately found this wonderful recipe. Perfect seasonings and once they are made so convenient. Wish I had had this when I was still working. I put ours into those individual pie tins. Baked them for first aspect 48 minutes, and for the reheat I had it in oven for less 30 minutes. TYVM!
These were excellent. My hubby keeps asking what was in them Thanks
I just finished making these and they were so easy and smell wonderful. I baked mine for 50 min. and they came out perfect. Thanks for posting Tish!
Wonderful!! These cooked up beautifully and we all loved them. This will be something that is stocked in the freezer at all times. Thanks for posting this Tish!
I made a whole batch of these to store in the refrigerator for my potato mad dd. When she comes home from school I have placed it in the oven for a nice hot "snack". She loves them and gives it 5 stars! I baked them in individual disposable foil "pie" plates.