Cheesy Potatoes

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This is an all-time favorite with everyone except one FishBoy. (He does not do cream of chicken soup in anything.) You can make these ahead of time and pop them in the oven a few hours before serving. So good.

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  1. Heather says

    We love these in our house and they are soooo easy to make!

  2. This sounds super yummy! Can’t wait to try it–thanks for sharing.

  3. Instead of Chicken soup, I use one can of potato soup and one can of cheese soup. Try it. It’s yummy!

  4. Thanks. Using this tonight for our 18 year old daughter's b-day dinner! 🙂

  5. gfe--gluten free easily says

    I'm sure that is very tasty! It's hard to beat any kind of casserole that has hash browns as its main ingredient. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this on Holiday Food Fest! It's been so much fun participating in this great event with you and the others!


  6. I use this same recipe, but I don’t care for cream of chicken soup either so I substitute cream of mushroom with good results.

  7. Alisha says

    I want to make this to take for our Easter dinner potluck – how do I make it so that it’s ready when I get out of church – 3.5 hours after I leave for church? (i.e. do I cook it in advance and then keep it warm in the oven for 3.5 hours, or do I bake it for 3.5 hours the day of at a lower temperature?)

    • Jessica Fisher says

      That’s a tricky question. I’ve used those Pyrex insulated carriers before. But, I can’t remember how long it stays good. You can also do it in the crockpot, but you have to omit one of the creams. I’m not sure if it is the whipping cream or the sour cream, but one of them curdles. Does anyone else know?

  8. Rebekah says

    HI there, I have a couple of quick questions about this recipe: the directions indicate to bake at 350 after freezing for up to 2 months. If I am NOT freezing it, and baking the same day, does it still require 2 hours of baking time? If frozen, does it require 2 hours of cooking time? Or should I defrost it first and then cook for 2 hours?

    • 90 minutes should be fine if it’s not rock hard frozen. If you thawed it from frozen, it could be between 90 minutes and 2 hours. You want it to be hot and bubbly.

  9. Brittany says

    Your recipe doesn’t indicate how much it makes. I’m venturing into freezer meal cooking in preparation for the arrival of our first child. It’s just my husband and I, so I’m trying to adjust accordingly.


    • It will fill a 9×13 inch pan. When it was just the two of us, we were gluttons and would eat the whole pan, but realistically, I’d suggest you divide this patch into two or three smaller baking dishes if it’s just the two of you.

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