Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole copycat recipe by Todd Wilbur
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Cracker Barrel Hash Brown Casserole

Score: 4.74. Votes: 27
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Menu Description: "Made from scratch in our kitchens using fresh Grade A Fancy Russet potatoes, fresh chopped onion, natural Colby cheese and spices. Baked fresh all day long."

In the late sixties Dan Evins was a Shell Oil "jobber" looking for a new way to market gasoline. He wanted to create a special place that would arouse curiosity, and would pull travelers off the highways. In 1969 he opened the first Cracker Barrel just off Interstate 40 in Lebanon, Tennessee, offering gas, country-style food, and a selection of antiques for sale. Today there are over 529 stores in 41 states, with each restaurant still designed as a country rest stop and gift store. In fact, those stores which carry an average of 4,500 different items apiece have made Cracker Barrel the largest retailer of American-made finished crafts in the United States.

Those who know Cracker Barrel love the restaurant for its delicious home-style breakfasts. This casserole, made with hash brown-sliced potatoes, Colby cheese, milk, beef broth, and spices is served with many of the classic breakfast dishes at the restaurant. The copycat Cracker Barrel hash brown casserole recipe here is designed for a skillet that is also safe to put in the oven (so no plastic handles). If you don't have one of those, you can easily transfer the casserole to a baking dish after it is done cooking on the stove.

Source Top Secret Restaurant Recipes by Todd Wilbur.

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Tiffany Gibson
Mar 11, 2018, 08:50

I developed my own version of Cracker Barrel’s Hashbrown casserole a few years back and is a huge hit in our family. I’m a foodie and I knew there was something in the potatoes that was of a meaty flavor and that there was neither any sour cream nor cream of mushroom in it which most copycat recipes seem to add. This recipe is equally as good as the one we make! Mine has a ham flavor base instead. Thank you for this recipe!

Nov 9, 2015, 22:00

This was a huge hit at the wedding shower I hosted! Highly recommend

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