The shredded hash browns will cook faster than the cubed, so make sure you keep that in mind. I have only ever made the the way that they are in this recipe — topped with corn flakes. The first time I posted this video, people were confused why there were Frosted Flakes on top. These are just regular corn flakes! I have heard of people topping their Funeral Potatoes with crushed potato chips, french fried onions, Panko breadcrumbs, or even just extra cheddar cheese!
Subscribe to my free recipe newsletter to get new family friendly recipes in your inbox each week! Find me sharing more family-friendly inspiration on Pinterest and Instagram. Add the cream of chicken soup, sour cream, cheese and onions and mix to combine. Stir in the hash browns. Spread into the prepared baking dish. Sprinkle the corn flakes evenly on top of the potatoes.
Drizzle the 2 tablespoons butter over the top. Bake in the preheated oven. For shredded hash browns, bake about 30 minutes. For cubed hash browns, bake for minutes. Nutrition information provided as an estimate only. Various brands and products can change the counts. Leave this field empty. Those ought to wake the dead. Couldn't resist. I have a funeral cake, so I know exactly what you're talking about.
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Is there any chance that your Funeral Cake is made like a spice cake with ground nuts inside and outside in the frosting? I didn't realize the name was just a Utah thing until recently. Nothing screams comfort food in my house more then funeral potatoes, ham, rolls and green Jell-o salad with cottage cheese and pineapple.
My Mom made it often, but I never knew the recipe. After she died, I inherited her cookbooks and recipes; but I could not find it. Would you mind sharing your recipe? Pat — Utah is famous for their green jello, but I have unfortunately never made it. Make jello as directed on package using the reserved pineapple juice as part of the water. Add drained pineapple, cottage cheese, and walnuts.
Stir to combine and enjoy. Directions Combine the dry lime jello, mandarin oranges, and pineapple in a bowl. Set the bowl in the refrigerator to set for about 2 hours. Remove the bowl from the fridge and stir in the cottage cheese and Cool Whip, stirring until well blended. Serve immediately, or store in the refrigerator until serving. I make this only use raspberry jello, everyone at church calls it Pink Stuff, and always make sure I bring it for Fellowship Sunday.
Hi, This is not just a Utah recipe. Usually made with strawberry or orange jello. My Mom also made some great jello recipes. Her Lime Jello uses half the liquid Jell-o calls for. Substitute pineapple juice for the water. Add a cup of crushed pineapple. Chill slightly and add desired amounts of cottage cheese and walnuts. This is not just a Utah thing. I grew up in Oklahoma the 60s and 70s with funeral potatoes, made by the ladies for every funeral dinner by nearly every denomination in my home town.
They are still very common in Texas, where I live now. I'm making some of these today, actually. For a funeral tomorrow morning.
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I laughed at the sign up sheet because it simply said "Cheesy Potato Casserole. And coincidentally, I was remembering Veeda's recipe and wondering if I was up for making them from scratch or not. Yesterday I called my mom to ask her for the recipe. She couldn't remember, so I'm using yours! We call them "Cheesy Potatoes" and have them for nearly any pot luck type event or whenever we want them, really.
These potatoes look mouthwatering, Deborah. That's an unfortunate title for them, but it won't stop me from trying them soon!
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Thanks for sharing this delicious dish. I did the same thing and posted a naughty recipe…we are sabotaging the healthy eating goals for everyone! I love funeral potatoes, I can't help but have like 5 servings every time I eat them. Can we just pretend they ARE healthy?!? Try frosted flakes on the top just for a change. Sounds delicious in all of its creamy glory.
These look so wonderful and comforting. I'm not ready to give to comfort foods yet so these can be on my list. We would like to add it to the Petitchef. We would be delighted if you could add your blog to Petitchef so that our users can, as us, enjoy your recipes. Petitchef is a french based Cooking recipes Portal.
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Several hundred Blogs are already members and benefit from their exposure on Petitchef. And I've never heard them called Funeral Potatoes before. Does it end up being something brought too often, like how multiple people always bring potato salad to a summer potluck? I can remember my Mom having to divide down the recipe when she made them at home years later. Her family-sized version is in the cookbook of favorite recipes she gave each of us kids for Christmas one year.
She passed away in , and yes, the ladies of the church served them at her funeral. I just made funeral potatoes on Sunday for a brunch. I've tweaked the original recipe, which I found on Allrecipes, increasing the soup to 2 cans I use cream of mushroom , substituting scallions for the onions, and using a panko topping instead of the cornflakes or onion rings. Everyone loves these and there's never anything left.
I love to sit and listen to my arteries hardening when I eat them, lol. This is definitely a yummy dish. We make one very similar to it with shredded potatoes but I don't think that recipe has cream of chicken soup in it. How funny…my mom makes a dish very similar to this…but she calls them wedding potatoes!
I guess she was trying to be more positive. But whatever they're called…they are delicious! Thank you for sharing! I hate calling them Funeral Potatoes, but the name sticks. I serve it any time I make ham. It's the perfect accompaniment. We call these Salsatchewan potatoes not because potatoes grow in that province although I am sure they do but because everyone I know from Sakatchewan brings them to potlucks. I have never heard these called funeral potatoes before!? My mom makes them during the holidays and they are always a huge hit…!
Guess the naming conventions are different wherever you go!
I've never heard these called funeral potatoes, but they do look comforting! Around here, we have funeral salad instead! Funeral Potatoes have a special place in my heart. I already know your rendition is simply delicious! In the south, this is commonly called Hashbrown Casserole.
It's even served at the Cracker Barrell chain. I make these potatoes with greek yogurt inplace of the sour cream then I donnot have to feel guilty eating so much of them. Thanks for sharing your story! We call these Baby Jesus potatoes. We kidnapped a Baby Jesus one Christmas and this recipe was the ransom. This is a favorite dish for my family! They sound yummy… not going to wait for a death to try them out. I make these for picnics a lot in Pennsylvania. We call them Cheesy Potatoes and instead of corn flakes I crush a roll of Ritz Crackers and drizzle butter over them to bake.
My family loves them. This recipe turns out good using reduced fat cream of whatever soup, reduced fat sour cream or greek yogurt. I actually make a different version but the same concept in place of the cream of chicken soup I use cream of mushroom. I have to say these are my favorites of all time…Cheesey Hasbrowns…. I am so happy to see this recipe.
My Mother used to make these all the time, and I couldnt find the recipe. I dont think she called them funeral potatoes, but she always made them when we had a crowd. I wonder though, can these be frozen in portions for reheating later or is it better eaten within a few days? I am wondering if I half the recipe just me here if it would be better? I have never tried freezing them, but that is a good idea. If you do try, let me know how it goes! Can the mixture be frozen ahead of baking. I was hoping to get my cooking over with before the time crunch. Moved from Pa to Utah.
I called it Has Brown Cassarole. A friend gave me the receipt. I prefer cream of potato for a better potato taste, and no corn flakes, just a little extra cheese on the top. I agree not the healthiest choice, but the dish is always empty!
They are very good with green onions or chives added, too. So funny—all the names given to this famous casserole. I am a SDA and we call them Sabbath potatoes because they are so quick and easy to make. The only difference is that I use cream of mushroom soup. Funeral potatoes is a rather morbid name for something so good. I call them hash brown casserole! Love the recipes. But tell me, is there any way to print them off without going through all the comments?
This recipe had an additional 13 pages of printing before it gave me what I wanted. Big waste of good paper. Elaine — up by the title of the recipe is a print button. If you click on that, it will print just the recipe. Most of the recipes on my site are formatted with that. Not all of them, but I am working on updating them. Everybody Loves these potatoes! What I call them, depends on the event anymore. When you purchase anything using my links, it costs you absolutely nothing extra, but it does give wholekitchensink.
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Current Paleo goddess. Just kidding. No, but I have found my passion for health, cooking and finally living like I mean it, all while dropping over pounds naturally. Read More Find me on Facebook , Pinterest , and Instagram. There were no leftovers and it was enjoyed by all ages! Left the mushrooms out because my daughter dislikes them. Turned out great and have made 2 more times. This made my night! Made wihtout thyme because I realized I was out of both dried and fresh. Still delicious and came out perfectly. Very impressed. Will be repeating over and over. Did you peel the potatoes first?
Looking forward to making this for Thanksgiving. And thank you for pointing that out — I updated it! Subscribe to comment.
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