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You can't go wrong with a good hashbrown casserole. Serve it as a make-ahead breakfast casserole that will feed the whole family, or as a restaurant-worthy side dish for ham. Each of these hashbrown casseroles is ready in about an hour and requires minimal prep work. Whether you're looking for a classic version or a twist on an old favorite, here are five quick and easy hashbrown casseroles that are not to be missed!
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Cream of chicken soup, sour cream, cheddar cheese, and cornflakes make this classic hashbrown casserole creamy, cheesy, and crunchy all at the same time (so everything we love about hashbrown casserole). Reviewer Mary says, "Very good and the great thing about this dish is that you can prepare it ahead of time, cover, refrigerate then the next day pop in the oven!"
Green onions and bacon take this hashbrown casserole up a notch. Recipe creator HSTR says, "Not only is this casserole easy to make and great tasting, it's pleasing to the eyes with its shades of golden brown, yellow, and green. This dish is great served with sliced fruit and toast or muffins. You may substitute chopped cooked ham for the bacon if you wish."
Ever wondered how to achieve the cheesy goodness of your favorite casserole from you-know-where? "I worked at Cracker Barrel all the way through college, and during my time there made massive amounts of hashbrown casserole. I will only say that this recipe is VERY close to the recipe we used at work," says reviewer Rebecca Lee Brazier. Do all the prep work the night before and refrigerate overnight before popping it in the oven the next day—it's that easy.
Hashbrown casserole is loved by folks of all ages, but this Asiago version is a little more sophisticated. Reviewer Navy_Mommy says, "For years I have made a hashbrown casserole with cheddar cheese and cream of chicken soup. This is a kicked-up, grown up, gotta have more version. The flavor of the Asiago cheese is so strong, and when it gets crispy on the edges you will think you have expired from the pleasure."
It only takes 15 minutes of prep work to make this top-rated breakfast hashbrown casserole. Put it together the night before, refrigerate it, and pop it in the oven the morning of. Reviewer FRANCIE124 says, "I fixed this for our annual Easter morning breakfast at church. It was a hit with everyone. It calls for few ingredients and is quite easy to put together."