Fairway Hash Browns (Great Make Ahead and Bake Later)

"I found this recipe in one of my church cookbooks. Any farm wife or busy mom will appreciate this one. It can be cut down."
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Mix all ingredients well and transfer into a well greased or pammed shallow baking pan (I use a cake pan). Sprinkle on topping evenly.
  • Bake at 350°F 60-90 minutes (depending on if you use a shallow or deep pan).
  • This recipe will serve 10-12 people it can be made ahead and frozen in pan.
  • I have used this many times for brunches I have hosted a real time saver.

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  1. Yum, yum! I made this with cream of celery soup and shredded hash browns. I don't think it matters whether the potatoes are shredded or cubed. I didn't have corn flakes for the topping, so I just put on crushed potatoe chips (no butter.) They were heavenly! I think I'll probably use the potatoe chips in the future, they just sounded better to me anyway. This is a keeper!
  2. I made these last week but forgot (until I had the golden califlower! yummy!) to post review, sorry! I did not know what kind of hash browns to use, shredded cubed (I assumed not the patties!) so I found the one that was in a 2 lb bag, they were cubed. This was very popular with my son. DH loved it too. This is a keeper! Good post!


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