This homemade Easy Cheesy Hashbrown is so cheesy and so easy to make at home. Great for breakfast or even a dinner side. Plus it’s perfect for potlucks or anytime you are needing to feed a crowd like this Easter holiday!
Since Easter is this Sunday, I thought I would share our favorite cheesy potato casserole. I make it for our Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties and everyone asks me for the recipe. It’s just too easy not to make it! No need to peel or chop, I use frozen hash brown potatoes! It’s a great recipe if you don’t have a lot of time to cook and can mix and pour, then you can make this easy cheesy hash brown casserole!
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Loaded Potato Chip Dip is a total touchdown in flavor! Simple ingredients make this flavorful dip that everyone will enjoy!
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Easy and flavorful Zesty Mexican Stuffed Peppers.Flavorful stuffed peppers generously filled with a delicious mixture of Chicken of the Sea Sriracha and Wild Salmon, black beans, Minute® Ready to Serve Rice, tomatoes, and a creamy filling all covered with melted cheese.
Baked cheesy rice with three types of cheese and moist brown rice makes a perfect side dish.
Need a dip in a hurry! This Easy Cheesy Zippy Sausage Dip will be a great crowd pleaser! Using simple and delicious ingredients, this dip can be ready in under 15 minutes!
There’s just something about cookies and cream combo that is so delicious! My kids favorite ice cream is Cookies ‘N Cream, and everyone loves cheesecake, it’s an incredible dessert! So I decided to make a cheesecake bar that is over the top wonderful with Bud’s Best Cookies Bite Size Caco Chocolate Sandwich Cookies. This is one of the best cheesecake recipes that I have tried! If you love Chocolate Cookies, you will enjoy this recipe!
When we lived in New Jersey, our dear friend and neighbor would make us Corn Souffle for Christmas Eve. I have been looking for her recipe for years and finally found it. It’s also called Sweet Corn Spoonbread in the south. Being from the west coast, I just know that it tastes amazing!
If you love cornbread, you are going to go bonkers over this Easy Sweet Corn Spoonbread! I made it for Christmas Eve supper and when I tasted it, I wanted it all to myself! Too bad my family smelled it and they all wanted to know what I was cooking. It was gone in a matter of minutes! I heard a lot of “mmmmmmm so delicious Mom”! It’s super easy to make and it is now my favorite side dish. Although I could eat it just as my main meal! It’s like a corn souffle but so much better!
Remember me? The one with the hubs who buys FIFTY POUNDS of potatoes for $7.00 ??? Yeah that’s me… I always have lots of teens coming in and out so I always double my recipes, or bake an extra couple potatoes. It comes in real handy if they are hungry or not. I made these delicious Twice Baked Potatoes with a couple extra baked potatoes. This recipe is for two people, but you can always double the recipe. Recipe is adapted by The Duchess of Fork….Isn’t that a great name for a blog??!!
Twice Baked Potatoes
2 medium baking potatoes
2 tbsp. butter, softened
1/4 cup sour cream
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1/4 tsp. garlic powder
3/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese, divided
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Scrub potatoes and dry completely.
Bake potatoes for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and prick each potato with a fork a few times. Return to oven and bake 30 more minutes.
Allow potatoes to cool long enough to handle. Cut the top of each potato off lengthwise. Remove flesh from top and bottom, leaving enough so that the skin holds up.
In a bowl, mash potato flesh with butter, sour cream, salt, pepper, garlic and 1/2 cup cheddar cheese. Stir until all ingredients are combined.
Press potato filling back into potato skins. Top with remaining cheese.
Lower oven temperature to 375 and bake for an additional 25-30 minutes.