Cheesy Potatoes W/ Corn Flakes

"This is a staple at our summer grill-outs. It's easy and can be prepared the day before, then baked when you need it. I use reduced fat cheddar cheese, light sour cream and 98% fat-free cream of chicken soup."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
8-10
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ingredients

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directions

  • Take hash browns out of freezer, keep in bag, set aside.
  • In microwave, melt 1 stick of butter in large bowl; mix in sour cream, cheese and cream of chicken soup.
  • In 9x13 pan (sprayed with Pam), spread hash browns. Spread sour cream, cheese, and soup mixture on top.
  • Melt 1/2 stick of butter on stovetop, mix in corn flakes, stir (smash them a little too) until butter is absorbed. You may need/want to add more corn flakes.
  • Sprinkle corn flakes on top of sour cream, cheese and soup mixture.
  • Bake 1 hour at 350.

Questions & Replies

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  1. kasperekcynthia04
    do i put the melted butter and corn flakes on top of the casserole
     
  2. kasperekcynthia04
    Last part of cheezy casserole when i melt the butter and ad the corn flakes in do i put it on top of the casserole
     
  3. sschreick
    Can you make this in a electric roaster? Need it for 100 people
     
  4. Michelle J.
    i am inquiring about a photo i would like your copyrighted permission to use
     
  5. MaKinley A.
    If you double the recipe, do you still only cook it for an hour
     
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Reviews

  1. Palgram
    omitted the stick of butter in the mixture, didn't think it needed it...<br/><br/>I used a 16 oz container of French onion chip dip instead of sour cream.<br/>Gave it an extra kick...
     
  2. Brian M.
    was good at family christmas. used campbells cream of mushroom soup, added extra finely chopped mushrooms :)
     
  3. Terry C.
    I add one more cup of corn flakes and I crush them in a one gallon ziplock bag using a rolling pin.
     
  4. lmt425
    I *LOVE* this recipe. This is the same recipe my mom uses for family get-togethers. I made a smaller and gluten free version of this recipe for dinner (you can find it under my recipes if you are curious).
     
  5. TimBurrou
    Great comfort food and i like adding a little extra corn flakes.
     
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Tweaks

  1. dray0017
    I added some salt, pepper and garlic
     
  2. barb111482
    On potatoes I add a little salt, pepper, garlic salt, little seasoning salt and fresh chopped onions. Yummy recipe!
     
  3. Andrew S.
    My family always added a jar of pimentos!
     
  4. jacormican
    I made this but added bacon and used capecod potato chips instead of the cornflakes to add crunch and salt! It came out amazing!
     
  5. Melissa D.
    Instead of cornflakes, I crushed up the dredges of a bag of plain potato chips and used those.
     

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I live in Eau Claire, WI. I teach Kindergarten for the Eau Claire Area School District. I was recently married (7/22/06). I've never been much of a cook, but I've really enjoyed trying new recipes recommended by friends and now recipzaar. My husband is enjoying it too. :) As wedding gifts, we received many kitchen gadgets and cookware, I can't wait to try them all out. <br> <br>In my free time I love to read, run, and spend time with family and friends. I'm also addicted to reality TV, Grey's Anatomy and Desperate Houswives.
 
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