Scalloped Potatoes in Crockpot #SundaySupper

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If you’re a Crockpot fan you will love today’s #SundaySupper, it’s all Crockpot / slow cooked recipes. I am always looking for new recipes to make in my Crockpot. Nothing beats coming home from a long day of work and having dinner or in my case a side dish waiting for you. For my recipe I have made one of my Husbands favorite side dishes which is Scalloped Potatoes.
Scalloped Potatoes in Crockpot #SundaySupper
I have to admit I am not a scalloped potatoes person, but after today’s recipe I changed my mind. These potatoes are cheesy melt in your mouth good. I never realized that scalloped potatoes can be mighty delish. This recipe is well worth the time to make.
Scalloped Potatoes in Crockpot  #SundaySupper
To make the recipe I used 4lbs of potatoes, which is about 6 large potatoes. I made enough to feed an army, ok, well enough to feed my Husband and to have leftovers for lunch. I carefully sliced them very thin, but you could totally use a mandolin if you have one. I was too lazy to find mine so I just sliced them myself. In between each layer of potatoes I cut thin slices of onion to give some extra flavor. For the sauce I made a simple cheese sauce which is made with butter, flour, non-fat milk and just a small amount of cream. My mission was to make the creamiest potatoes ever. Mission accomplished! Just layer the potatoes and onions in the Crcokpot, pour over the cheese sauce and let it bake for about 4 hours on high and about 6 hours on low.
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Scalloped Potatoes in Crockpot
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 12 servings
  • Serving size: 1 cup
    Prep time: 
    Total time: 
    Thinly sliced potatoes layered with onions and covered in a creamy, cheddar cheese sauce that has been slow cooked in the Crockpot.
    • 6 (4 lbs.)large potatoes, peeled, thinly sliced
    • 1 medium onion, peeled,thinly sliced
    • 4 tbsp. butter
    • ¼ cup + 1 tbsp. all-purpose flour
    • 1 tsp. salt
    • ⅛ tsp. pepper
    • 2 cups milk
    • 2 tbsp. heavy whipping cream (optional)
    • 1⅓ cups cheddar cheese, shredded
    1. Spray Crockpot with cooking spray;
    2. Layer crockpot with potatoes than onions. Keep doing this until you no more remain.
    3. In a large pot; add butter, flour, salt and pepper. Over medium, low heat, stir until butter is melted. Gradually whisk in milk and cream until no lumps remain. While stirring, cook until bubbly and thickened. Stir in cheese to melt. About 10 minutes.
    4. Pour cheese sauce over. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 5 to 7 hours.
    Calories per cup: 235, Fat: 9, Cholesterol: 25, Sodium: 127, Potassium: 830, Carbs: 32, Fiber: 5, Sugar: 4, Protein; 7

    Scalloped Potatoes in Crockpot #SundaySupper
    I served up my Scalloped Potatoes with smoked ham. This is one of those meals my Husband craves periodically and I never make it for him. Well maybe that will change? I do love these potatoes and the ham wasn’t to bad either.

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    1. This is such a terrific recipe for the upcoming holidays! My family would swoon for your yummy potatoes, Jennifer!

    2. These look so cheesy, creamy, and delicious! I am such a big potato person, and these would be great at the holidays!

    3. I could make a meal of this all by itself. Then again, it sure does look mighty tasty with ham.

    4. Your potatoes look so creamy and wonderful, thank you for sharing this great recipe!!

    5. This is the kind of meal my hubby likes too, and I hardly ever make it either. But I may have to make this! I love scallops potatoes and really like the fact you didn’t add much heavy cream. Great recipe Jennifer!

    6. I love scalloped potatoes! What a great idea to make them in the crockpot!

    7. The creamiest potatoes ever- sign me up! Love your recipie!

    8. Your husband is not the only person happy that you made these potatoes! They have my name written all over them!

    9. I love scalloped potatoes! This would be great for Thanksgiving while the oven is occupied by turkey.

    10. Oh yummmm =) Onions, potatoes, cheese and heavy cream? You don’t need to convince me! Great recipe, Jennifer!

    11. This sounds so easy and would be a great side dish for the holidays! It’s always nice to free up the stove top during a busy holiday dinner by using the slow cooker!

    12. These potatoes are on my must make soon list!

    13. Can this be prepared as directed and cooked in the oven?

    14. I made these last night and they were delicious! I had some steamed broccoli that i mashed up and mixed in with the leftover potatoes. So good! Thank you for the recipe!

    15. Do you think I could make this without the cheese? Maybe use more heavy cream instead? I love cheese, but i have family members that say true scalloped potatoes don’t have cheese in them!

    16. Debi Shannon says

      Just got in the crock pot and looking forward for Ham and scallop potatoes tonight for dinner. Have had a crock pot most of my adult life and never used much. Starting to use more and more as it is such a convenience to get it started and forget it. Plus during the summer no heating up the kitchen. I did omit the cream but it is more my regular oven scallops potatoes. Thanks for a good go to recipe.

    17. Jennifer. Way to be get creative! Absolutely delicious. My wife doesn’t like onions, so I omitted these and added 8 ounces of cream cheese. Wow, good! Thank you for sharing.

    18. Looks great. What size crock pot did you use?

    19. Looks great. What size crock pot?

    20. I microwaved the potatoes 5 minutes then peeled and sliced. Made it so much easier to slice them thin and will probably cut the cook time 30 mins or so. We will see.. lol

    21. also added crumpled bacn to each layer

    22. Question regarding the type of potatoes? Russet?

    23. This recipe was a winner with my family (6 children under age 8) tonight. Thank you!

    24. I wanted to inform you that you have people like me who appreciate your work. Definitely a great post. I would like to read this


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