This hamburger hashbrown casserole with sour cream recipe is the perfect brunch or Christmas morning breakfast idea! Hearty meal we love year round.
I could eat breakfast for dinner most nights. This cheesy hamburger hashbrown casserole with sour cream is one of our favorites! Perfect year round but also great if you’re serving brunch and a great addition to our Christmas morning spread. This is definitely one of our favorite quick and easy casseroles. (originally published 11/17, affiliate links present)
Casseroles to me are great, and the perfect way to use leftovers of any kind really. I always have cups of shredded cheese and cream of mushroom in the house.
Hash brown casserole
- We have had this for dinner too a few times and the kids love it. It’s a complete meal all by itself and the perfect comfort food for all ages.
You can make it with any kind of meat really but we used frozen meatballs this time. It is a great leftover ham casserole too. You can stuff it full of whatever meat you have left over really.
Hashbrown casserole with sour cream
- Bag of frozen hash brown potatoes – I typically use these frozen hashbrowns
- Bag of frozen meatballs – precook your own, (we used these)
- or use diced leftover ham or leftover turkey
- could use browned ground beef too
- Cheddar cheese
- Cream of mushroom soup
- Sour Cream
- Salt and pepper and any other seasoning you love
- Casserole dish or baking dish 9×13″
This time you can see I kept the ground beef meatballs whole, but cutting them into quarters works really well especially if kids are going to be eating it so they are bite sized!
- It is really wonderful after Easter using our leftover ham as well, we make this and our little turnover leftover ham recipe then as well to use it ALL up.
It is a great breakfast, or occasionally we make breakfast for dinner and it’s super easy to throw together. If you love easy dishes like this one we have used these same frozen meatballs to make these Instant Pot Dr Pepper barbecue meatballs.
Agreat appetizer or quick meal if you’re heading out the door really fast.
Here are the steps to follow:
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Leave meatballs or hamburger and hash browns on the counter so they become room temperature.
- If using ground hamburger, brown and set aside.
- In a rush you can microwave meatballs and frozen hashbrowns on 50% power until they’re defrosted.
In a bowl mix together all ingredients EXCEPT meatballs, 1 cup of your cheese and chives.
- Once well incorporated, fold in your thawed meatballs.
- For easier eating you can cut them into fourths so they’re bite sized.
- Dump everything into a greased casserole dish and bake for 40 minutes.
- Pull out, sprinkle remaining cheese and chives on top, bake for 10 – 15 minutes so it melts.
Easy breakfast casserole
Our cheesy potato casserole recipe always gets raving reviews using diced russet potatoes and of course lots of cheese.
Crock pot breakfast casserole has similar ingredients in it but is made in a slow cooker which is nice during the holidays for sure.
- Instant Pot breakfast casserole is great if you use your pressure cooker for all the things like I do.
- Crockpot cinnamon roll monkey bread is a sweet treat you can try sometime too.
Give it a whirl and let us know what you think. Did you add some other type of meat that turned out great? Let us know, I’d love to try your version too.
Hamburger hashbrown casserole recipe
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Hamburger Hashbrown Casserole with Sour Cream
- Leave meatballs and hashbrowns on the counter for 1-2 hrs. or until they are mostly defrosted (or use microwave at half power for 1 minute at a time, stirring in between until they are mostly defrosted).
- Empty hashbrowns and all other ingredients except 1 c. of your cheddar cheese, chives, and your meatballs. Stir well.
- Fold in meatballs (can cut them into fourths or leave them whole…or use leftover ham instead).
- Dump mixture into a baking dish and put it into the oven at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes or until bubbly and warm.
- Sprinkle the last cup of shredded cheese on the top and put back into the oven for 10 minutes or until bubbly and cheese is melted.
- Sprinkle with remaining chives and serve!