Corn Flakes Potato Casserole

Classic Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. The perfect side dish for family events!Holiday Classic! Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. Super simple and a hit for holiday meals!


I have a super simple classic holiday casserole side dish recipe for you, Corn Flakes potato casserole. This is one of our family’s favorite side dishes for holidays and Sunday meals. I’m going to show you how to put this super simple casserole together that you can serve or bring to your next family get together. Kids and adults love this cheesy classic! Let the oven do all the work for this family-favorite side dish.

Holiday Classic! Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. Super simple and a hit for holiday meals!

My Corn Flakes Potato casserole is simple to put together and the oven does all the work. Simple, easy to find ingredients, no prep work. Just mix up all the ingredients, spread in a pan, top with the corn flakes and bake. Simple.

Holiday Classic! Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. Super simple and a hit for holiday meals!

Tips for making Corn Flakes Potato Casserole

  • Most Corn Flakes potato casserole recipes will call for cream of mushroom, I substitute canned cheese sauce (available right next to the cream of mushroom). It gives it an extra cheesy boost that everyone also loves.
  • Instead of corn flakes, try frosted flakes, the sugary cereal gives a sweet balance to the savory casserole.
  • Keep an eye on your casserole, since oven temps can differ, if your topping starts to brown too fast, just put a piece of tin foil on top to keep from burning.

Holiday Classic! Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. Super simple and a hit for holiday meals!

During holidays, I love when I can put together something so simple and actually take in the holiday. I don’t like to stress about finding special ingredients and putting together something difficult. I just want a classic that I know my whole family will love. I’ve been enjoying this casserole since I was a kid and I hope you and your family enjoy this simple casserole and have a great holiday with full bellies and hearts!

Need an easy main dish? You’ll love the Corn Flakes Potato Casserole with my slow cooker crock-pot ham! Perfect for a holiday meal or Sunday dinner with family.

Holiday Classic! Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. Super simple and a hit for holiday meals!

Corn Flakes Potato Casserole
 
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Serves: 6-8
Ingredients
  • 2 lbs (32 oz) Frozen Diced Hash Brown Potatoes
  • 1 can (10¾ oz) Cheddar Soup
  • 1 container (16 oz) Sour Cream
  • 2 cups (8 oz) Cheddar Cheese (shredded)
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • 12 TB Melted Butter, divided
  • 3 cups Corn Flakes or Frosted Flakes cereal
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. In a large bowl, combine potatoes, cheddar soup, sour cream, cheddar cheese, salt and 6 TB of the melted butter. Set aside.
  3. Spray a 9x13 pan with non-stick spray.
  4. In a medium-sized bowl, combine cereal and remaining 6 TB of melted butter. Set aside.
  5. Spread potato mixture in the 9x13 pan. Top with cereal.
  6. Bake for 1 hour uncovered. If cereal starts to brown too much, cover with tin foil for the last 15 minutes.

 

Holiday Classic! Corn Flakes Potato Cheesy Casserole recipe made with cubed hash browns, cheese and sour cream. Super simple and a hit for holiday meals!

9 thoughts on “Corn Flakes Potato Casserole

  1. This sounds amazing! My husband really hates sour cream are there any recommendations you have that I could use in place of the sour cream?

    • Hi Sherri! I use frozen potatoes and make it the day of, I haven’t made it the day before. I think it would work, the potatoes may lose some texture and you could likely decrease the cook temp. Good luck!

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