"This recipe was given to me, and I continue to pass it down to everyone who tries it! Aside from being so delicious, it's so versatile that I've even used it as a side dish for steak! This can be made the night before, then baked the next day -- allow 10 extra minutes of cooking time." — FOODGU1
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new potatoes, skinned, cut into 1-inch cubes
processed cheese food, cubed
onion, finely chopped
bacon, cooked crisp and chopped
Great recipe!!! To make it easier, a bit healthier, and a bit tangy, I used frozen O'Brien potatoes, 10 oz. real bacon bits, 1 cup lite mayonnaise, 1 cup of nonfat plain yogurt, shredded sharp cheddar cheese, crushed black pepper, and freshly crushed marjoram. After baking the casserole, I sprinkled more shredded cheddar on top and broiled it to golden brown...delicious!!!
I made this for easter brunch and I wasn't thrilled with the processed cheese flavor. My guests did not care for it either.
Fabulous recipe! I make it twice a month for our sunday brunch at church. I vary it each time: using ham, sausage, or bacon. I also use sharp, medium, or mild cheddar. And it makes it easier to use frozen hashbrowns (shredded or o brien) or even tater tots! It can be prepared the night before, and popped in the oven in the morning. It is always completely gone.
Just have to share with all of you HOW DELICIOUS this dish is. I used red potatoes, left skin on and used Hellman's like someone else suggested. I took it to church this morning and EVERYBODY wants the recipe.
Absolutely the biggest hit there today!!
Yum! This was really rich, but really good. Instead of processed cheese, I used shredded cheddar. I also used only about 10 oz. of bacon, rather than a full pound. And I drained it well.
The only drawback was that it still came out really greasy. Any ideas how to cut back on that? If I could fix that, it would get 5 stars.
I loved this recipe! I brought the casserole to a bridal shower and it was a huge hit! Very creamy and cheesy. I used the fresh chopped bacon bits rather than cooking and crumbling the bacon--much easier that way! I also used red potatoes--and didn't peel them, I just chopped them into 1 inch cubes. DELICIOUS! I would definitely make this again!
Great! I substituted two cans of cheddar cheese soup mixed with about a half can of milk and left the skin on baby reds. Everyone loved it at Mother's Day brunch, and my brother (who is a great cook) even asked for the recipe.
Additonal note: For best results, be sure to use Hellman's (also known as Best Foods) Mayonnaise!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Brunch Potato Casserole
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 418
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