The perfect brunch: A Loaded Chicken and Potatoes Casserole

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If you're looking for the perfect recipe for brunch, look no further than a loaded chicken and potato casserole. It has all the classic components of a loaded baked potato, including cheddar cheese, bacon and chives. You can prepare the casserole the night before and pop it in the oven when you wake in the morning, leaving you extra time to sip your morning coffee while it bakes. Delicious and filling, this makes for the perfect recipe to wow your brunch guests.
There are a few variations to the recipe that you can try. Stephanie at Stock Piling Moms suggests adding hot sauce to the casserole, to give your morning a little kick. And who doesn't love a little Sriracha now and then? Holly Lofthouse from Life in the Lofthouse uses russet potatoes, which give a different texture when baked, compared to red potatoes. She also suggests serving the casserole with a dollop of sour cream. Dianne over at Delicious As It Looks adds a creamy touch to her casserole by adding heavy cream and butter to the dish before broiling the cheese on top, giving it a creamy, yet crispy finished texture.
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The temperature and baking time usually depends on your oven. Delicious 
As It Looks recommends preheating the oven to 350 Fahrenheit and baking for 1 hour covered, then 30 minutes uncovered, whereas both Stock Pile Moms and Life in the Lofthouse recommend baking the casserole for approximately 50 to 60 minutes at 400 F. This also would depend on the size of your potato and chicken cubes.
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If you're looking for an easy and satisfying casserole, try this loaded chicken and potato dish. It's super cheesy, adaptable and tasty. Perfect for any brunch or quick weeknight dinner.
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