Loaded Hash Browns

Hi Guys, I have an easy breakfast recipe for you.  I did this recipe so that my husband and I would have breakfast for the week.  This recipe is doubled so you can just cut the ingredients in half for one breakfast.

For the work week now all we have to do is put some eggs with this.  My husband would be the one making eggs as I cannot eat eggs due to allergies, but what I do is add 3 brown and serve sausage with this for my breakfast and this hit the spot for the mornings.

It takes me about 1 hour or so to get this made and in the oven, but the work is worth it because I now have breakfast for the week.   This recipe is doubled like I said and it makes about 12 to 14 breakfast for the week which is 10 for my husband and I and a few let over for our kids.   I hope you enjoy and make this recipe soon.

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Ingredients:

2 packages of frozen hash browns

2 green peppers (chopped)

1 package of bacon (cooked and chopped)

1 package of sausage links (cooked and chopped)

1 to 2 cups shredded cheese (your choice)

Salt and pepper to taste

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Steps:

Pre-heat oven per package of hash brown directions, it should be around 375 degrees.

Open hash browns and dump them into a baking dish.

Then add in about a cup or so of the cheese and mix well.

Then add in the cooked bacon and chopped sausage links and mix into potatoes until well incorporated.

Add in the green peppers and salt and pepper to taste.  Make sure to mix this well.

Then add in the remainder of the cheese and cover with tin foil.

Cook according to has brown directions or longer if need to.

About half way through cooking time remove the foil and let potatoes brown.

 

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Note:  

This recipe is doubled so only use half of ingredients if only serving for one breakfast.

Also the sausage links can be turkey, or chicken.

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