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Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole (Gluten-free)

How to make the best cheesy hashbrown cassserole - This simple and easy recipe is perfect for breakfast or brunch, or even for dinner. Gluten-free with a corn flakes topping for a little crunch. Use shredded frozen hash browns for quick prep.

We made this casserole for dinner last week, and it was very fine. I ate the leftovers for every meal until they were gone. It really was that good. Cheese, potatoes, crunchy. How can you go wrong? You can’t. The only snag is that this is the least healthy potato dish ever. (Maybe not ever. It’s not deep fried. But close.) It’s definitely an occasional treat, not an everyday food. But then, you’re a grownup, and you can eat unhealthy potatoes anytime you want to. Have fun. Print Recipe Cheesy Hash Brown Casserole (Gluten-free) Course Gluten-free, Side Dish Servings Ingredients 24 … Read more

The Best Hamburgers I Ever Ate

the best hamburger recipe

Last year, on Memorial Day, I posted my then favorite hamburger recipe. I have a new favorite, so I thought this would be a good time to share it. Joe found this recipe on AllRecipes.com; just like the reviewers say, the burgers fall apart when you cook them. After some experimenting (and advice from our Facebook community), we made some adjustments to the recipe that kept it together. This recipe was worth the work. The burgers are spicy – full of garlic, full of grilled onions, full of BBQ sauce – and oh so good. I wanted to eat two … Read more

Crockpot Meatloaf

crockpot meatloaf

Today is Old Grandma’s birthday. I wanted to write a post all about some fabulous recipe that she makes that I make now, but I couldn’t think of anything. When Grandma was a young woman, she cooked in restaurants. For most of her life, Grandma made everything from scratch. Everything. I remember very clearly the year that Grandma first started buying frozen pies. I was sad, but I wouldn’t have dreamed telling Grandma that I wanted a homemade pie. Old Grandma turns 84 today. She doesn’t do much cooking these days. She heats frozen and ready-made foods. She eats from … Read more

Slow Cooker Pot Roast – Use Up Leftover Soda Pop

I’m really serious about giving up pop. I intended to give it away this week, but the weather has been too cold for me to leave it my car all day while I’m at work. It’s still tempting me from the garage. I’m not giving in. I was trying to think of something I could do with some of the pop, and I remembered this recipe that my friend Holly shared with me many years ago (when we were both pregnant). The meat in this recipe has approximately 97 calories per ounce according to my calculations. That would be less … Read more