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Cheesy Potato Casserole

What you need: 

1/2 cup soy milk
1/2 cup no-chicken chicken broth
1 8 oz. vegan sour cream
1 tablespoon margarine
1 bag of frozen hash browns or cut your own
Melty Cheese recipe

What you do: 

In large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients. See Melty cheese recipe and pour melty cheese over ingredients. Stir well.
Grease 9x13 casserole dish and pour in contents from mixing bowl. Take a seal able sandwich or larger bag and put 2 cups (approx.) of corn flakes in and seal removing most of air. I place it on the floor and smashed it to crumbs turning bag over so as not to make corn flake dust.
You can take a rolling pin or hard plastic glass and do the same. Spread corn flakes over entire casserole dish, cover with aluminum foil, Bake at 350 degrees for 90 minutes, remove foil and bake 7-10 more minutes. Do not overcook with foil removed

Preparation Time: 
1 hr 45 min
Cooking Time: 
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well that is really a great recepie, i will try atleast once. Clash of Kings Cheat


This is by far one of the most delicious things I've ever made or eaten. I did half cream cheese and half sour cream, but otherwise made it according to the recipe. I seriously cannot get over how good this was. I will be making this over and over again.

This is my husband's review contribution:

"I brought the spoon to my mouth, contemplating whether or not I was being deceived.  So cheesy, I thought.  Have I been betrayed?"


Made this and it was pretty good! Added half a roll of gimme lean sausage, a cup of frozen peas, and a cup of  frozen corn. I also just used thinly sliced Yukon gold potatoes instead of shredded hash and it worked perfectly. I also added some dried garlic, onion, paprika, and cayenne which I think kept it from being too bland. Made the Melty cheese everyone else linked to, but used a cup of almond milk and a cup of water instead of two cups of water and I'm glad. I don't think it would have been as rich. 


thanks for the receipe. will try it tomorrow.  ;)b


This is a really amazing reciepe! I love it everytime I make it. Thanks for sharing it!  :)


I liked it but the cornflakes turned out gummy. Everything else was yum yummmmmmmmmmm!


;)b I followed the recipe exactly and I thought it was super good. One of my guests did not care for the dish, the other two  liked it but thought it was really rich. Thanks for posting.


this was really good - i used tofutti cream cheese instead of the sour cream (cus my mom always uses cream cheese in her non-vegan version) & the melty cheese recipe that the other suggested.  i didnt have the cereal or buttery crackers so i used saltines, it didnt work that great so i wouldnt use them again.  i also think i overcooked it a bit and dried it out while trying to keep it warm (for easter) but it was still really good, next time i'll just be sure to not cook it too long.  i ate the leftovers for breakfast mashed up with my leftover spinach, broccoli & mushroom crustless quiche - delicious!


:-[ I am not quite sure i made it 100% correct.... i feel it was a little bland maybe needed some more garlic or added onions... i think i will attempt it again b4 i make true judgment... I think my mom makes the best but hers arnt vegan and have A LOT of butter added! Next time phot will be added!

-CHELSEY  :)>>>


I just made this (again) for breakfast for my omni houseguest, who loved it and asked for the recipe!  This time I used the Nutritional Yeast Cheese Dip/Sauce recipe, which I doubled - soooo good!  I always do this as a breakfast/brunch dish and add 6 chopped sausage patties (or 8 sausage links).  I also threw the bag of hash browns in the fridge the night before to thaw them a little, upped the oven temp to 450 and cooked it for about 50-60 minutes.  I used homemade breadcrumbs for the topping, and lo-broiled for 5 minutes to brown.  YUMMY!!!  I love making this for breakfast for overnight guests, because I can do most of the prep the night before, then mix it all up and throw it in the oven when I get up, giving me time to shower, etc. while it bakes.



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