You are here

Member since April 2003

Cheesy Potato Casserole

What you need: 

1/2 cup soy milk
1/2 cup no-chicken chicken broth
1 8 oz. vegan sour cream
1 tablespoon margarine
1 bag of frozen hash browns or cut your own
Melty Cheese recipe

What you do: 

In large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients. See Melty cheese recipe and pour melty cheese over ingredients. Stir well.
Grease 9x13 casserole dish and pour in contents from mixing bowl. Take a seal able sandwich or larger bag and put 2 cups (approx.) of corn flakes in and seal removing most of air. I place it on the floor and smashed it to crumbs turning bag over so as not to make corn flake dust.
You can take a rolling pin or hard plastic glass and do the same. Spread corn flakes over entire casserole dish, cover with aluminum foil, Bake at 350 degrees for 90 minutes, remove foil and bake 7-10 more minutes. Do not overcook with foil removed

Preparation Time: 
1 hr 45 min
Cooking Time: 
Recipe Category: 


This recipe was great! I made it for a vegan potluck and the turnout was awesome  :) It was gone by the end of the night.


This is just fabulous! At a family gathering last weekend, my boyfriend mentioned that he really missed cheesy hashbrowns, and this recipe has been in my box here forever, so I thought Christmas morning would be the perfect time to make it! I am so glad we did--my whole family loved it, and I can't stop eating it! We had it with French Toast, and it was perfect.

Like some other reviewers, I also used the other Melty Cheese recipe here (which is my favorite, and I make it all the time; though I've never tried the one listed in the ingredients for this recipe).

I left out the margarine entirely, and my HFS was out of Sour Supreme, so I used an 8-oz. container of Tofutti Cream Cheese instead, and it was delish! I also just used water instead of the stock. I do have to say that I found it frustrating that corn flakes were not listed in the ingredients, as I skimmed the list to make sure I had everything, and then this morning when I went to make it, I was surprised to see corn flakes listed in the directions. :P But oh, well--it worked out, as I just used some Amaranth Flakes (no corn flakes here), which were great! :D

This is a long review... Zzzzzzz. Jeez! Thanks for an amazing recipe! I'll be making this again & again.


DELICIOUS!!! This was outstanding! I added pepper and sauteed garlic and onion then used the other melty cheese recipe on vegweb. I also threw in some broccoli florets to soak up any extra sauce. This was FABULOUS!! So creamy and cheezy......a definite comfort food for me. I've been craving cheesy scalloped potatoes and this dish HIT THE SPOT.  :)


This was excellent - I did modify it quite a bit though.  I used the other melty cheese on the site, diced my red potatoes instead of shredding them, added onions, roasted garlic, and a bag of veggie chik'n.  I boiled the potatoes a little before baking as well as fried the sliced onion and garlic cloves. I also omitted the butter and added crushed cracker crumbs instead of cornflakes to avoid a trip to the store.  It was delicious!


Mmmm this stuff is good.  I made this again tonight.  This time I used 2 lbs of shredded hashbrowns, 10 oz shredded FYH cheddar cheese instead of the melty cheese, 6 crumbled veggie sausage patties, added an extra 1/2 cup of broth and baked it at 450 degrees for about 70 min + 5 min on lo-broil after sprinkling bread crumbs on top.  Yummmmmmm.


I made this last week for the first time, and my husband and I almost finished the whole thing off in one night. Really, really good stuff. As usual, I added cayenne pepper to give it some kick.


I made this last night. Wow - so yummy! I wish I had found this when I was a strict vegan. Hats off to Jimbo for creating such a great recipe! Thanks!


these potatoes were amazing!!! the one think that i have been craving since i have become vegan is cheezy potatoes... and these hit the spot exactly. even my non vegan inlaws loved them


YUMMY!  That is all I have to say.  :)


I made this tonight for my family(of 13) so  had to double it, I also added two packages of Ground Round and a bag of broccoli florets.  It was really good, I think next time I would use bigger potatoes instead of hashbrowns that way it has a more fulfilling taste.  I also made biscuits to go with them.  this meal was great.



Log in or register to post comments