Party Potatoes Hash Brown Casserole

Great served as a side dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Always a hit at every family function. The frosted flakes give them a little sweetness... you could substitute corn flakes if that is more your taste.

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  • Preheat oven at 350 degrees.
  • Mix all ingredients together, except for 1/4 cup of butter.
  • Crush 2 cups frosted flakes with 1/4 cup melted butter and sprinkle on top.
  • Bake for 55 min in a 9 x 13 pan.
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"Great served as a side dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Always a hit at every family function. The frosted flakes give them a little sweetness... you could substitute corn flakes if that is more your taste."
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  1. mcgeer17
    We are serving this recipe out of town at a large family get together. (150 people) How would it work to mix, bake, freeze, then thaw and warm in large roasting pans? Would the potatoes get overly soggy? Would it be better to bake in the roasters?
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  2. Billie J.
    These are really good and easy. I was sort of weird about putting "frosted" flakes onto the top of potatoes. I used regular corn flakes and it was amazing. I am making this again tonight only I am adding a can of diced green chilies to give it some extra kick.
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  3. CIndytc
    these are my daughters favorite potatoes of all time...we call them company potatoes but this is the same recipe.
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  4. Meredith3127
    Great served as a side dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Always a hit at every family function. The frosted flakes give them a little sweetness... you could substitute corn flakes if that is more your taste.
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