Cracker Barrel Potato Casserole/Hash Browns Casserole - Copycat

"I love Cracker Barrels hash brown potatoes/potato casserole so I thought I would share this recipe I found on"
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1 casserole




  • Spray a 13" X 9" X 2" baking pan with non-stick cooking spray; set aside.
  • In a bowl, combine soup, cheese, butter, onion, salt, and pepper. (or one of mixed season salts from above).
  • Gently fold the potatoes into the mixture and pour into prepared pan.
  • Bake in a 350 degree oven for 35-40 minutes, until heated through and top is browned.
  • Note: If you're looking for a one-dish meal you can add ham to this recipe.

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  1. I love this recipe. I do add about a cup and a half of sour cream seems to make it a bit creamier and rich to me.
  2. This doesn't taste exactly like Cracker Barrel but it is the closest I have found and it is soooo yummy!! I make it all the time and my family and neighbors all love it!!!
  3. This is good. Like another reviewer, I added a cup of sour cream. I served this and my family ate it up. I will make again, thank you for sharing.
  4. This was simply WONDERFUL! I didn't have any seasoned salt, so I omitted it. I made another substitution by necessity..didn't have any frozen hash browns, so I made some from fresh potatoes. About half way through the cooking I peeked in and saw that they were browning on the bottom but the potatoes weren't cooking. I needed to add water. DUH! I can't remember exactly how much I added, so I'll redo this review when I make it again. I'll also use less butter next time. These hash browns are to die for.... truly!
  5. These are exactly Cracker Barrel potatoes. Love the recipe. Thanks!!!


  1. I only use a 1lb 10 oz bag of frozen shredded potatoes. Because we like onions I saute a medium size onion in 1/4 stick of butter before adding them to the mixture. I also add a 8 oz container of sour cream and salt and pepper instead of the season salt. About half way through cooking I stir everything and about 10 minutes before it is done I add more cheese to the top and let it melt. I found that using the 2 lb bag doesn't make for a creamy casserole, the way we like it anyway. I've made it using different soups and I prefer either cream of mushroom or chicken. It all comes down to what you like and your own tastes.


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