Bacon Hash Browns

This weekend I finally recovered from BlogHer and am so excited that Bacon Month is here! Bacon is one of my favorite foods and I can eat it pretty much any time of day. I like mine crispy and crunchy.

I want to share a really simple recipe for bacon hash browns. This is a recipe I developed that does not have soup in it. It makes a great side dish for breakfast or brunch and the bacon is so tasty. While it is not made with eggs, it tastes great served with eggs.


Bacon Hash Browns

2 tablespoons oil

5 cups frozen hash browns

1/2 cup bell peppers, washed and chopped

3 tablespoons chopped onions

3/4 cup cheddar cheese, shredded

1/2 teaspoon butter 6-8 strips bacon, cooked and drained

1/4 teaspoon salt dash of pepper

Preheat oven to 350° .  Warm oil in a large skillet over medium low heat. Add frozen hash browns and cook about 5 minutes until brown. If you have a small pan, you may have to do this twice (with half the potatoes each time). While hash browns are cooking, grease a 9×13 baking pan with butter. Set aside.

Pan-Fry-Hash-BrownsOnce the hash browns are lightly browned, remove the pan from heat and spread the hash brown mixture into the greased baking pan. Sprinkle with onion and green onions.


Then add the cheese and bacon by sprinkling on top of the pan.


Sprinkle salt and pepper over casserole and bake for 10-12 minutes.



These make a wonderful side dish on their own. We like it with a fried egg in our home.


Or, you can make it a nice base for an egg stack.




How do you like your bacon – crispy or soft and chewy? Be sure to check the Bacon Kick off post so that you can enter to win this week’s bacon prize – a copy of Bacon Nation. I am sharing this at these link parties and at The Country Cook Weekend Potluck.

Want a printable copy? There is one here.

Bacon Hash Browns-Organized Island

I am a huge fan of breakfasts, be sure to check out my other easy breakfast and brunch recipes.














These Bacon Hash Browns are a favorite recipe and will be a hit at  your next brunch or breakfast. Easy to make and delicious!Also, check out these great bacon recipes from other bloggers:


  1. These look so yummy Raquel! Mike will love them. Totally trying these hash browns out soon. 🙂

  2. This looks delicious, Raquel! Like easy baked potatoes that I can eat for breakfast. Bacon really does make everything better, doesn’t it?!

  3. These look so good! I’m so excited for Bacon Month – I am so happy to be participating. Pinning!

  4. Oh my gosh, Raquel, I could seriously eat this for every meal… yum!

  5. Bacon is a favorite of mine. And eggs, cheese and potatoes too!
    As for your question, I like it crispy but not burnt. There’s that fine line where it’s crispy and so rich and heavenly. I’m seriously in the mood for it right now at nearly 10:00pm.

  6. There are few things better than bacon! Adding potatoes and cheese makes it that much mo’betta 🙂

  7. I bet my family would love this with their morning eggs

  8. Oh my! This sounds amazing! My husband will be excited when I whip this up soon. Thanks for the great recipe and linking up to the Life of the Party! 🙂

  9. This looks amazing. I would love if you shared this on the Merry Monday Link Party. I’m actually looking to do a roundup of recipes that feature bacon at the end of this month.

  10. This looks so YUMMY! I think I’ll try it tomorrow for breakfast! Looks quick and easy, just my style 🙂

  11. This looks so good! Bacon just makes everything extra delicious!

  12. Thank you! I’m going to try these sometime. We love bacon here.

  13. Hi! We would really love to feature your recipes over at Weekend Potluck this week. But we do ask that you link back to the party within your post. A simple link back to the potluck will work, or we have a button for you to insert if you like. Thank you!

  14. Oh this looks so good, but I have a question about your eggs. They LOOK PERFECT…just like I love them but can never, ever make them. Can you please send me a personal msg on how to make your eggs??? PLEASE ???

  15. Hi your bacon Has Browns look wonderful. The hash browns you cook first are they shredded potato that you make into home made hash browns? We don’t have them like that product in NZ.

  16. this is a great recipe. I made it over the weekend and it’s a great winter breakfast option paired with some fruit.

  17. Raquel. Ohmygosh… I need to make these ASAP!! Pinning now! xx

  18. I NEED these in my life! I love how easy this dish is to whip together and I just know my family will devour this, too!


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