They are so delicious that you’ll want to devour the whole entire casserole yourself. No joke.
The recipe calls for things like butter, onion, sour cream, and cheese. You can cook it from scratch with no soup or use homemade soups or make a quick version with canned cream of mushroom soup. Versatile!
Topped with potato chips or Doritos.
Oven baked (about an hour at 375°), or cooked in the crockpot (on high, for about four hours). And, yes, you can make this ahead of time and freeze it, too.
Bake it at a slightly lower temperature for a couple of hours or until everything is bubbly.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve just wanted to pick up the entire dish and run with it and eat it all because they are so good.
Friends, a women’s church group, or a service club usually provide the meal. Funeral potatoes are easy to make for a large crowd and everyone seems to love them so they often make the menu for sizeable groups.
But…to make them more appealing, you could call the Best Funeral Potatoes something else. Sort of like that famous balcony scene when Juliet says to Romeo, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”
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