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CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE

Are you here looking for an easy slow cooker cheesy potato recipe?   

I am going to teach you how to make this easy Slow Cooker Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole. 

What makes this slow cooker cheesy hash browns casserole so easy and delicious?

This slow cooker cheesy hash browns include Hash browns, butter, onion, Cream of Chicken Soup, sour cream, Cajun Seasoning, garlic, black pepper, and lots of sharp shredded cheddar cheese.

You can find Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole in any Southern cookbook.   So, why am I adding a post about this Crock Pot Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole?HOW TO MAKE BEST SLOW COOKER CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE HOW TO MAKE BEST SLOW COOKER CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE HOW TO MAKE BEST SLOW COOKER CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE

Make This Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole In Your Slow Cooker

I made this Crockpot Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole for years in the oven, but I decided to try these cheesy potatoes in the crockpot.  It is a great way to free up oven space when you are cooking multiple things.   This Hash Brown Casserole is an excellent side dish to ham, turkey, chicken or beef entrees.  Try these Cheesy Hash Browns instead of a baked potato.

Add Bacon For A Treat 

For an extra treat, add 6 to 8 slices of crumbled bacon in these potatoes.  Add the bacon with the potatoes makes a perfect breakfast dish.  I had the crumbled bacon ready for this casserole and completely forgot to add it.  No one noticed the bacon was missing.  The potatoes are incredibly delicious with or without the bacon.

If you enjoy this Hash Brown Casserole, try my Slow Cooker Cheesy Hash Browns & Ham Casserole.  It is perfect for dinner or even breakfast

What recipe did I adapt to make this Crock Pot Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole?

The original recipe is from Tried & True Secret Recipes Cookbook by Ron Douglas.  If you are preparing these potatoes in the oven, it calls for 2 cups of crushed Corn Flakes mixed with 1/4 cup butter for the topping.  For my crock-pot version, I omitted the topping and added shredded sharp cheddar cheese.  I did not think the Corn Flakes would get crispy in the crockpot.   I also added one teaspoon of Cajun Seasoning for additional flavor.  

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Crock-Pot Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole
 
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Recipe type: Side or Breakfast
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Ingredients
  • * 32 ounces frozen hash browns, thawed, not shredded
  • * ½ cup butter, melted
  • * 1 medium onion, chopped
  • * 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
  • * 8 ounces sour cream
  • * 1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning
  • * ½ teaspoon granulated garlic
  • * ½ teaspoon black pepper
  • * 2 cups sharp shredded cheddar cheese, 1 cup to mix with hash browns and 1 cup for topping
Instructions
  1. Mix the cream of chicken soup, melted butter, onion, sour cream, pepper, garlic, and Cajun seasoning, and hash browns.
  2. Add 1 cup of cheese on top of everything.
  3. Cook on low for 3 to 3-1/2 hours in your crock-pot.
  4. Potatoes should be creamy. Do not over cook!

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24 thoughts on “CHEESY HASH BROWN CASSEROLE

    • Vanessa,

      HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Thank you for stopping by to see my easy cheesy Hash Brown Casserole. It is perfect with ham or turkey. It is even delicious with leftover ham inside of it for breakfast. Anyway, I do not want to guide you wrong. It has been a while since I doubled this recipe but I believe it will take about 4 hours on low. Do not turn it up on high. The edges will burn easily. With a slow cooker that full, I would stir it every hour or so. It needs to be cheesy so try not to overcook it.
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  1. This dish was amazing!! I made it a few weeks ago, and am family loved it so much, it has made our Christmas Day menu. I did not alter, or substitute anything, and it turned out perfect. Thanks so much!!

  2. These sounds amazing and I’m hoping to make them for my family party this Friday! Can I just ask though, why not shredded hash browns? I like those better than the chunks :-/

  3. Thank you Diane! I think Cream of Mushroom would make these taste fabulous. Can’t wait to give them a try. The weather is perfect for my crock pot right now. 🙂

  4. These look amazing and I love hash browns. I’m a vegetarian so any thought on what I can substitute for the cream of chicken soup?

  5. Diane, you are a genius. This is a very common dish out here, but I had never thought to make it in the crock pot! I will from now on. We call them ‘Funeral Potatoes’ usually out here, because whenever there is a funeral, whoever is in charge of the food in our church 98% of the time assigns these out. Great work! Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  6. I made this recipe for my work potluck and wish I would have doubled it because it was a huge hit! Thank you for the great recipe. I will be making the pulled pork recipe tomorrow! Can’t wait!

    • Cat,

      You made my day! Thank you for stopping back by and letting me know everyone enjoyed this Crock-Pot Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole. The pulled pork is amazing! I love all the flavors. Let me know what you think if you have time.

      Blessings and thanks a BILLION for your support!
      Diane Roark

  7. This looks great, and so easy! Do you think I would get similar results with using brown rice (cooked, but not hot) instead of potatoes? I’m trying to use up the abundance of rice in my pantry and I think although the texture may not be as good, I think it may still work… thoughts?

    • Kate,

      I have cooked brown rice in my crock-pot and it work great. I have not used it in this recipe. You gave me an idea. I may have to try it. Brown rice needs a lot more water, so it may take a few tries to get the recipe right.

      Thanks for your comments,
      Blessings,
      Diane Roark

    • Shondie,

      Please come back and let me know what you think. This crock-pot cheesy hash brown casserole is so easy and really good. DO NOT OVER COOK IT! As soon as it starts bubbling around the edges, turn it down on simmer or off.
      Blessings
      Diane Roark

  8. My family absolutely adores this recipe 🙂 Just fyi: I made mine with the hash browns still frozen (I may or may not have been running late)…and after 3 hours it still turned out perfectly! As a matter of fact, the potatoes were just a touch crunchy (like a baked potato texture), and we loved it! Thank you for the wonderful recipe and new family favorite! 🙂

    • Hannah,

      I am so glad you tried these Crock-Pot Cheesy Hash brown recipe. We really enjoy them and I was thrilled to hear that you enjoyed them too. You made my day!!!

      Blessings, I hope you will consider following my blog if you do not already.

      Diane Roark

  9. Diane, thank you for the crock pot recipes! I love cooking in the crock and smelling it all day. You can hardly go wrong with a crock pot recipe. Blessings to you and yours during this holiday season,!

    • Delonda,

      I asked on the post this morning to let me know what kind of recipes you like to see on my blog this coming year. I truly enjoy using my crock-pot and will continue to add crock-pot recipes. I am glad you like crock-pot recipes.

      Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a comment. I truly appreciate it. I am sorry that I am just now replying. I live in Arkansas and drove to Alabama this weekend for a wedding. I am back home now and catching up on everything.

      Blessings and have a Wonderful Week!
      Diane Roark

  10. You are totally spoiling us with the crock pot recipes and another one I have pinned to try hopefully soon. Seriously thank you and keep the crock pot recipes coming if you can, because I really want to try some new ones this fall and winter now. Thanks as always Diane!! 🙂

    • Janine,
      You are so supportive. I am very thankful you found Recipes for our Daily Bread. I am working on lots of fall recipes. I just love the fall weather and get so excited when the smells of fall fill my home including cinnamon, nutmeg, poultry seasoning, cloves, and more. I pray God will bless everything you do.
      Blessings and have a great day.
      Diane Roark

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