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Bacon N' Cheese Hashbrown Bake With Progresso

Mmmmm....ok this morning I got a bit creative with my Progresso Creamy Three Cheese recipe Starter. In this family we LOVE LOVE LOVE cheese so this sauce was perfect! What is better in the morning then a hot meal, well a hot meal made with cheese of course. I'm always the first to wake up so it is quite and let's face it no one wants to spend their quite time making breakfast. Here is a quick easy way to get your morning started.

*4 Cups of Hashbrown Potatoes(fresh, frozen, or re-hydrated)
*1/2 Can Progresso Creamy Three Cheese Recipe Starter
*4 Strips of Bacon(cooked and chopped)
*1/2 Cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese.


Now if you have been a fan a while you know. I HATE making an effort when So here is what you need to do. Put hashbrowns and Progresso Creamy Three Cheese Recipe Starter and put into casserole dish. Top with Cheese and bacon, then place in 350 degree oven for 10-15 minutes. TADA! 

This meal was really really good. Now I have the tough choice to make, create this again tomorrow or use the other half of the can for a new creation ;o)

Disclosure:  The information, products and ProgressoTM Recipe StartersTM gift pack was provided by Progresso through MyBlogSpark.


LisaLisa said…
Geez, this looks sooo good. LOL Can I come over to have some...hehehe. Great post!
Wow, sounds really interesting! My mind is already turning up more ideas! Thanks for sharing this, it would be a hit here too!!

Mellissa Hanks said…
Hehe sorry no left overs
Julia Prue Potvin said…
Who doesn't love bacon & cheese !! Looks awesome & will be trying it !! thnks for sharing !!

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