This Hash Brown Chicken Casserole uses crispy but tender shredded potatoes and is an easy and healthy dinner option. It’s topped with corn flakes, is made with bacon and chicken and is bound together with a cream cheesy sauce. It’s a great way to use up frozen foods in your freezer!
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This Hash Brown Chicken Casserole cannot get
any easier and it’s a fun weeknight dinner. Simple ingredients and you probably
already have most of them stocked in your freezer or pantry!
March is National Frozen Food Month and this recipe is using up all of the frozen goodies in my freezer.
Frozen hash browns are always a stocked item on our freezer and I love buying them from Sprouts!
Typically, you think of hash browns being a breakfast item
But we love using Sprouts Farmers Market Organic Hash Browns
for dinner options too! I love that you use up the entire 16 oz. bag in this
Nutritionally, for each 1-cup serving of the hash browns you are getting 70-calorie serving, 2 g. of protein, 2 g. of fiber, 10% Of The Daily Recommended Value Of Potassium and 8% of The Daily Recommended Value of Vitamin C. That’s a win in my book!
Ingredients you will need to make this Hash Brown Chicken Casserole
Sprouts Farmers Market Organic Hash Browns: Be sure to thaw them on the counter for 10 minutes prior to making.
Chicken: I buy the rotisserie chicken from Sprouts, it’s the perfect amount for this recipe and easy to shred!
Bacon: This is totally optional, but everything is always delicious with a little bacon involved, especially with hash browns!
Cheddar Cheese: I recommend shredded your own, it melts nicely in the casserole compared to the store bought pre-shredded cheese.
Frozen mixed veggies: Sprouts carries a frozen mixed veggies that is perfect for this recipe! I love the pop of color the veggies add to the meal.
Cream of Chicken: If you cannot find a large can, use 2 small cans. (~22 oz).
Milk: Cow’s milk (any % milk fat you prefer is fine)
Corn flakes: you can purchase gluten free corn flakes if needed. These get sprinkled over the top of the casserole prior to baking and the crispy top is just so good!
Thyme and salt are also seasonings used.
How to make a hash brown chicken casserole
Preheat the oven to 400° F.
In a large bowl, mix together the hash browns, shredded chicken, bacon, cheese, mixed veggies, cream of chicken, milk, thyme and salt.
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Hash Brown Chicken Casserole
This Hash Brown Chicken Casserole uses crispy but tender shredded potatoes and is an easy and healthy dinner option. It’s topped with cornflakes, is made with bacon and chicken and is bound together with a cream cheesy sauce. It’s a great way to use up frozen foods in your freezer!
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