How to Make Hash Brown and Egg Casserole


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See how to make a rich, homey breakfast casserole your family will love. You can use whatever sausage or cheese you like.

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15 comments

  1. Has anyone made this as a freezer prep meal? Did it freeze well and did you cook it bwfore freezing it? Betty Crocker Q&A on casseroles says you can freeze breakfast casserole before or after cooking, not sure which way is better.

  2. I will be making this as soon as I get the ingredients this Saturday. Going to add some bell peppers n smoked paprika too. I know it will be delicious. Thanks

  3. Love this recipe! I made this for a family brunch (used 10 large eggs instead of 5 and 3/4 cup milk and added an extra 30 mins to cook time) everybody absolutely loved it. The eggs were fluffy and all other ingredients were cooked to perfection. Will definitely make this again!

  4. So, I made this casserole this morning for work and I’m not 100% sure if I liked it. One of my problems is the cooking time. I think the 1 hour and 10 minutes is too long. My onions were scorched. My potatoes looked nothing like the potatoes in the video. They were all loose and cheesy. Not mine! If I make it again, I’m definitely cutting the cooking time, omitting the onions, and I’ll cook it uncovered the entire time. Surprisingly so, even with the burned onions, everyone at work absolutely loved it! In the blink of an eye, that casserole was gone! Go figure!

  5. Can I use fresh potatoes instead of frozen hash brown? I understand the potato will have to be washed and dried to remove starch. Also can I use a baking dish with a lid I have instead of silver foil?

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