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Deb's Delight Breakfast Casserole

This is a simple,delicious and versatile breakfast casserole.   I made it for the in-laws on Sunday morning paired with Simply Caramel Rolls.  Everyone loved it.  My father in-law, a man of very few words, made sure they did not leave here without the recipe.  It was a great compliment.
Deb's Delight Breakfast Casserole
Preheat oven to 425 degrees

Lightly grease 9 x 13 pan.  Mix hash browns (1- 30 oz bag) with 1/2 cup melted butter.
Cook for 30 minutes.
*It doesn't matter if your hash browns are frozen or thawed.

Turn oven down to 350 degrees
Mix together then pour over the hash browns.
3 eggs
½ cup half & half
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon pepper
½ teaspoon seasoning salt
2 cups shredded cheese
1 cup diced ham

Cook an additional 30 minutes at 350 degrees.
You could replace the ham with bacon, sausage or a combination of meats. (Yum, Hubby would like the combination.)
Linked to What's on the Menu Wednesday.
*I hate eggs and I love this casserole...Go figure!!


  1. This looks delicious! It's not very eggy, that's why you like it!! :-)

  2. It looks yummy. It's always nice to impress the in-laws too. It doesn't happen enough.

  3. Love it, that is so great he even made sure they had the recipe! I saved it to make! YUMMY

  4. I'm going to make it for dinner, tonight. Your recipes are great. I made your skillet brownies with my granddaughters and it was easy for them with my assistance and they were eaten very quickly.

  5. Love this recipe! Love the potato to egg ratio too and I think I would do the combo of meats - my hubs would love it too!

  6. Yumm! Looks like a great dish for breakfast entertaining!!!

  7. Do you use frozen or thawed hashbrowns? It looks very yummy!

  8. It really doesn't matter if the hashbrowns are frozen or not. I usually make it with frozen ones.

  9. So do you thaw the hashbrowns before mixing them with the butter?

  10. I just made this for a friends kids that were with me for the evening. It was a big hit. I posted a link to it on my online recipe box. Thank you!


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