Funeral Potatoes





These easy and delicious Funeral Potatoes (also called cheesy potatoes) are a cheesy hash brown casserole that makes the perfect warm side dish for any meal, holiday dinner, or potluck.
Sometimes, you have a funeral in the neighborhood, and you feel like making a casserole for your neighbors. This funeral potatoes will do the job. Check it out. A popular Utah casserole, these Funeral Potatoes are good for more than just funerals! This classic potato casserole is comforting and crowd-pleasing.
Cheesy And Delicious Funeral Potatoes (Aka Cheesy Potatoes, Party Potatoes). This Simple Casserole Is A Potato Lovers Dream. With Cheesy, Sour Cream, Butter, Cream Of Chicken And Born, These Potatoes Are Perfect For Any Meal Or Holiday. A traditional Funeral Potatoes recipe (AKA potluck potatoes or party potatoes) makes a ton. So it’s a great dish to bring to an event with a lot of people, like a funeral, potluck, or party. 🙂

Have you heard of funeral potatoes? They are what their name suggests. Widely associated with funerals, funeral potatoes are a potato-based dish in casserole form—the ultimate comfort food—that is usually served hot at potlucks. It’s a widespread tradition to serve them at gatherings held after funerals, hence the name. They’re easy to prepare, they travel well, and they feed a crowd, so they’re ideal to make for this occasion.

YOU’LL NEED:

1 (32 oz) bag of frozen hash browns.

2 (10 ¾ oz) cans of condensed cream of chicken soup.

2 cups of sour cream.

1 cup of grated cheddar cheese.

½ cup of melted butter.

2 cups of crushed corn flakes.

2 tbsps of melted butter.

HOW TO:

In a greased 9×13 pan, put the hash browns.

In a bowl, mix together the soup, sour cream, cheese and butter. Gently blend into the hash browns.

Mix together the corn flakes and 2 tbsps of melted butter and sprinkle over the potatoes.

In a preheated oven to 350°, bake for 30 minutes.

Simple, easy and delicious! This potatoes casserole is very easy to make and it will serve a lot of people.

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 45 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes

Yield: 12

6 Weight WatchersSmartPoints




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