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Hash Brown Bake Casserole (Gluten-Free)

One more holiday breakfast casserole...awesome and easy. It can be baked right away or sit in the fridge overnight.

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This recipe comes to us from Joan Harrington.

Ingredients:

  • Six cups frozen hash browns
  • Two cups diced ham or sausage
  • Four green onions, chopped, or dried onion
  • One-half green pepper, diced
  • Two cups cheddar cheese, grated
Directions:
Layer this in the bottom of a greased 9"x13" pan, and pour this mixture over the top:
  • Six eggs
  • One quarter cup milk
  • One quarter cup gluten-free sour cream
  • Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Bake uncovered at 400F degrees for 45-55 minutes or until brown.

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pattybrandt
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08 Jan 2009 8:26:53 AM PDT
This sounds great! I think I will try it this weekend.
Thanks

 
GoddessofDEATH
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14 Oct 2009 1:05:58 PM PDT
I think this recipe is great. I usually make this for potluck's etc. At work were having a Site wide pot luck and we have some people with Gluten issues, I think this will be a winner !! .. thanks again !

 
Erin
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30 Oct 2010 1:14:54 PM PDT
Just made this for breakfast...kind of an all-in-one meal (meat, potatoes and veggies!). Family loved it. I'd run out of diced ham, so added some turkey bacon. My only suggestion would be to add some seasoning to this. I thought between the bacon & ham, there'd be plenty, but the veggies & potatoes sorta absorbed everything. Still, very good recipe...thanks for sharing!




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