If you’re wondering what to serve with your hash brown casserole, you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, I list 17 of the most popular side dishes for hash brown casserole.
In a rush? Here’s the short answer.
The best dishes to serve with hash brown casserole are chicken tenders, garlic steak bites, French toast sticks, and egg cups. If you want more protein, try baked salmon, glazed ham, and pork chops. For veggie dishes, serve spicy collard greens, sauteed peppers, onions, and grilled portobello.
Ready? Let’s jump right in.
Cajun steak bites
Want to have breakfast for dinner?
Serve your hash brown casserole with these delicious garlic steak bites for a hearty meal.
After all, you can’t go wrong with the classic steak and potatoes combination.
These tender nuggets are flavored with cajun seasoning and white pepper before being finished with a quick toss in garlic butter – Yum!.
Bookmark this cajun garlic butter steak bites recipe for your next meal.
Tempeh breakfast sausage
Making vegan hash brown casserole?
Pair it with this plant-based breakfast sausage.
It’s made with protein-packed tempeh, which mimics the texture of meat well, and various spices to get that classic smoky and sweet flavor.
I like frying these sausages, but you can make them healthier by baking them.
This spicy tempeh breakfast sausage recipe is so good even your non-vegan friends will love it.
Chicken tenders and hash brown casserole is the ultimate meal that kids (and kids-at-heart) will love.
Skip the frozen tenders and make them from scratch.
Just make sure to marinate them in buttermilk, then dredge them with a seasoned flour mixture.
You’ll get juicy, super crispy chicken tenders this way.
Don’t forget the dip for your tenders! Honey mustard is my go-to.
French toast sticks
Thinking of a sweet dish to serve with your hash brown casserole?
Give these french toast sticks a try.
These cinnamon-loaded treats are a breeze to make, so ditch the ready-to-eat boxes.
The homemade rendition tastes far superior, plus you can freeze your leftovers.
Make these tasty French toast sticks for your next brunch feast.
Ham and cheese egg cups
Hash brown casserole and these ham and cheese egg cups are a must-have at your brunch spread.
The egg cups are a great way to add protein to your all-potato casserole.
They’re savory and fun to eat, plus you only need a muffin tin and your oven to make them.
Prepare a double batch of these ham and cheese egg cups – they’re bound to run out quickly.
Honey mustard chicken salad
Need a fresh and healthy bite to counter your rich hash brown casserole?
This chicken salad might be just what you’re looking for.
Aside from the chicken, this salad features spinach and arugula. These leafy greens are both packed to the brim with vitamins and minerals.
Everything in this healthy chicken salad with spinach and arugula is tied together with a honey mustard dressing also used to marinate the chicken. Yum!
Nothing beats freshly baked bread for breakfast.
If you haven’t tried baking bread yet, you’re missing out.
These honey rolls are one of the easiest breads you can make. The recipe calls for ingredients that are probably already in your pantry.
Plus, they’ll only take 30 minutes to make from start to finish.
Give this 30-minute honey rolls recipe a try today.
Maple glazed ham
Serving hash brown casserole during the holidays?
Complete your festive meal with this show-stopping maple-glazed ham dish.
You only need six ingredients and some patience to brush the ham while it cooks with the finger-licking maple glaze.
It’s that easy to get this eye-catching maple glazed ham.
Honey and mustard pork chops
Hash brown casserole is usually seen as a brunch meal, but serving it with these pork chops makes for a hearty dinner.
What sets this recipe apart from other pork chop recipes is its marinade.
Aside from balsamic, honey, and mustard, the marinade also includes blackberry jam.
This gives your chops a delectable hint of fruity sweetness.
These balsamic honey and mustard pork chops are quick and easy to make – perfect for busy weeknights.
Grilled portobello mushrooms
Want to keep your hash brown casserole meal meat-free?
These grilled portobello mushrooms are the perfect side dish for this.
These mushrooms have a lovely meaty texture. Plus, they’re packed with umami, and grilling them makes them even more flavorful.
Make your meatless Mondays more satisfying with these grilled portobello mushrooms.
It’s a no-brainer to serve baked salmon with a creamy potato dish like hash brown casserole.
It may be simple, but this salmon dish packs a flavorful punch, courtesy of the lashings of lemon and garlic.
Imagine smothering pieces of tender, flaky baked salmon over your cheesy hash brown casserole.
Balsamic roasted green beans
This recipe may seem fancy, but it’s simple enough to only call for five ingredients.
The tangy-sweet balsamic reduction is great at undercutting the richness of the cheesy casserole.
Give this balsamic green beans and cherry tomatoes recipe a try today. It’s super easy!
Bacon-wrapped asparagus bundles
Beef up your hash brown casserole with these bacon-wrapped asparagus sticks.
It’s a foolproof dish that anyone can make.
Just wrap your asparagus bundles in bacon, then let your oven do the heavy lifting.
10 minutes later, you have crispy bacon and tender-crisp asparagus, an excellent contrast to your soft and creamy casserole.
Jazz up your meals with this simple yet sensational bacon-wrapped asparagus recipe.
Spicy collard greens
Add a flavorful, cozy Southern flair to your casserole with a generous helping of these spicy collard greens.
These greens take some time to cook, but the result is worth the wait.
You get tender, almost silky greens chock-full of savory flavors that pack a spicy kick.
Your guests will be queuing for seconds of these spicy collard greens.
Sauteed peppers and onions
Whether you’re serving your hash brown casserole for breakfast or dinner, these sauteed peppers and onions are an excellent accompaniment.
The natural flavors of the bell peppers and onions are enhanced further by adding herbs and spices.
You can whip up these sauteed peppers and onions while your hash brown casserole bakes in the oven.
Baked shrimp scampi
Thinking of what protein-packed dish to serve with your hash brown casserole?
This baked shrimp scampi is the answer.
The shrimp are coated in a citrusy, cheesy panko mixture and baked for 12 minutes.
Juicy, flavorful shrimp that are simply delightful.
Expect this baked shrimp scampi dish to disappear quickly.
Parmesan roasted broccoli
Hash brown casserole can be a complete meal on its own.
But it doesn’t hurt to amp up your meal’s nutritional content with this parmesan roasted broccoli dish.
This low-effort recipe yields irresistibly crisp cheesy broccoli florets.
This parmesan roasted broccoli recipe is the perfect way to substance to your casserole.
The best side dishes for hash brown casserole
- Cajun steak bites
- Tempeh breakfast sausage
- Chicken tenders
- French toast sticks
- Ham and cheese egg cups
- Honey mustard chicken salad
- Honey rolls
- Maple glazed ham
- Honey and mustard pork chops
- Grilled portobello mushrooms
- Baked salmon
- Balsamic roasted green beans
- Bacon-wrapped asparagus bundles
- Spicy collard greens
- Sauteed peppers and onions
- Baked shrimp scampi
- Parmesan roasted broccoli
What To Serve With Hash Brown Casserole
- 1 portion hash brown casserole
- Prepare your hash brown casserole according to your favorite recipe.
- In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
- Side dishes include: cajun steak bites, tempeh breakfast sausage, chicken tenders, french toast sticks, ham and cheese egg cups, honey mustard chicken salad, honey rolls, maple glazed ham, honey and mustard pork chops, grilled portobello mushrooms, baked salmon, balsamic roasted green beans, bacon-wrapped asparagus bundles, spicy collard greens, sauteed peppers and onions, baked shrimp scampi, and parmesan roasted broccoli.
- Serve immediately and enjoy!