Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Cheesy Ham and Hash Brown Casserole



When I saw this recipe at Mommy's Kitchen (back in Sept.!), I knew I had to make it! I have already made it once before, but it was so good there wasn't any left for a photo. This time I set aside a little so it wouldn't get eaten so quickly. =)

This is such an easy recipe and everyone loves it. I am also thinking this would be a great potluck dish!



Cheesy Ham and Hash Brown Casserole

1 30 oz. bag frozen, shredded hash brown potatoes
8 oz sour cream
1 can cream of chicken soup (gluten free homemade version)
1/2 cup butter, melted
1 small onion, diced fine
16 oz package cubed ham (I use sliced deli ham too)
2 cup shredded cheddar cheese, set aside 1 C

Stir all the ingredients together. Place into a lightly greased casserole dish (9 x 13 in). Sprinkle top with 1 C cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 min - 1 hour. Let cool a bit and serve.



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25 Lovely Comments:

Mary said...

Hash brown casserole is a great holiday dish and the perfect container for leftover holiday ham!! It's just delicious, plain and simple.

K Melanese said...

My hubby is a big fan of casseroles. Thanks for the recipe and I can't wait to try it.

Melissa said...

Yum! Nothing beats cheese, potatoes and ham! I love that it can be for any meal breakfast, lunch or dinner! :-)

camille said...

This looks like the kind of guilty pleasure that is just up my alley.

Tiffany @ Eat at Home said...

I'm glad you like it! I usually make it as a side dish without the ham, but it's really good with ham too. This is one of my go-to recipes.

Mommy's Kitchen said...

This is a perfect potluck dish. I have made it with and without the ham and it is awesome both ways. I am so glad you liked it.

Manic Mother said...

You had me at cheese! I just made regular hash brown casserole the other night..for myself! Great blog you have!

Coleen's Recipes said...

This IS a great recipe and its just as good with sausage. It is a huge hit at potlucks. Your photo looks delicious.

Kathy7 said...

Found you from Eat At Home, always looking for more good recipes. I do this & add crushed cornflakes mixed with melted butter on top. 2cups cereal mixed with 1/4 cup butter. Really amps it up. Calories too :)

Anonymous said...

This is awesome with Bacon or sliced up sausage links! So delicious :)

Anonymous said...

Well I had to close my eyes but this dish is definitely worth the calories!!!

Katy Rose said...

Can't use cream of chicken soup due to gluten. Any ideas for a substitute?

Rachelle said...

Hi Katy Rose,
I am now gluten free too, and I have successfully made a homemade cream of mushroom soup gluten free to add to recipes like this, you can change it to be chicken too. Here is the link: http://mommyimhungry.blogspot.com/2012/07/gluten-free-creamy-meatballs-and.html

Joyce Sliter said...

I'm Gonna do this for Family Brunch, Maybe Half @ Half of Ham and Bacon.Whatta Ya think? Sounds Good??

Rachelle said...

Hi paigenicole, I would think it'd serve at least 8-12, it's a 9x13 pan size worth.

.suz. said...

in the oven now- no ham, so used bacon and cheese. how can that not be heaven in a casserole dish? thanks for the recipe!

Anonymous said...

Could I add eggs to this and how many? Cooked or raw?

Anonymous said...

Could you advise me of how to freeze this and bake at a later time. Thank you

Rachelle S said...

I'm sorry I have no idea how you'd freeze this for later, I've always baked and ate it right away. Anyone else out there might know??

Laura Mai said...

My sons don't like ham, so I use bacon and it's amazing!! Thank you for this simple recipe

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