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|Calories260Calories from Fat100|
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Josh B. 14 days ago
Very tasty for not using cream, good balance of ingerdients. Definitely going to use this recipe from now on.👍
Michelle 16 days ago
Was perfect!! Would definitely make again and share with my friends!
Athena Winchester 23 days ago
Best scalloped potatoes I’ve ever had! So creamy and flavourful, highly recommended!
tyler b. a month ago
Made it for a 25 person party. Didn’t even get to taste it, but from the empty pan and standing ovation I trust it was was excellent. I did add in some bacon!
Success Women a month ago
good recipe for first-timer! video made it easy to follow instructions and complete the recipe correctly.
Phyllis Scott a month ago
Need to use half the liquid. I agree to par boil potatoes. It takes to long for them to cook. They never got done. I ended making it into to cheesy potato soup.(added more cheese and salt)
Laura S. 2 months ago
Excellent! I followed everything as described except I used half the potatoes and half the liquid. Resulted in creamy, flavorful potatoes! I would suggest if you make the full amount to double the flavorful ingredients :)
Malory Desrivieres 3 months ago
Directions should include a note par boil the potatoes to ensure they cook well the sauce is not enough to cook them through in the oven without them sitting in the oven for an hour and a half
Rai 4 months ago
Delicious! The best scalloped potatoes with add bacon though and it turn out perfect
Chelsea 4 months ago
Amazing and delicious! I halved the recipe and it turned out perfectly. I'll definitely be saving this!
Lauren Baker 4 months ago
Incredible! I finally have a go to scalloped potato recipe!
Sarah Pratt 4 months ago
it was tasty, a step up from the one I use to make
Isablelebla 5 months ago
Turned out great, cook time was about 40-45 minutes though. I like to add paprika and chili powder for a bit more kick :)
Robert Schaetzle 5 months ago
They turned out amazing! Creamy, cheesy, soft but held its form. My family absolutely loved them. Will definitely be making this apart of our meals. Also used russet potatoes cause it was what i had on hand.
Lou Evans 7 months ago
Have officially found my go-to potato bake recipe! More garlic wouldn’t go astray, otherwise this was delicious and a crowd pleaser.
Swanson 9 months ago
Great and easy to make!
Jeni 9 months ago
Amazing.. so creamy and delicious without using heavy cream. Would absolutely make again.
Zina S. 9 months ago
These were a hit at our Easter dinner. I made them the night before and then reheated right before our meal. It gave the ingredients time to mellow and blend. Be prepared for your house to smell really garlicky!
Starla 9 months ago
Awesome, easy and great taste!
Carly C 9 months ago
Excellent recipe, definitely a crowd pleaser
Theresa B. 9 months ago
Really good ! I didn't miss the extra calories from the cream in most recipes .
YumChef 9 months ago
thisbis the easiest best recipe ever. I go on the more garlic side. it really good!
Cathy Gudgeon 9 months ago
Perfect, made ahead, will make again
Norma Zachar 9 months ago
Outstanding would definitely make again
Sherrie McDaniel 10 months ago
Awesome recipe followed the recipe as it was no changes. Will make again
Orndorff 10 months ago
Will probably make again but add more seasoning!
Heo Guillory 10 months ago
Yummy!! Very easy to make and most people have all the ingredients already in house. I did sub fresh thyme for dried. Also used a leek at add more flavor!
julia l. 10 months ago
Excellent!! I left out the thyme since my kids don’t like “green stuff” in their food, and it was still full of flavor. Everyone LOVED it!
Paulie a year ago
Excellent! Tasty! The perfect side for Oktoberfest sausages, broccoli and carrots!!! I sliced the potatoes on my mandolin at 2 to 3mm thick max. Any thicker and you will have hard tats for dinner. So .... just a sidenote, I cooked for 45 mins covered and 30 mins uncovered, plus a good 10 mins for it to rest and get starchy. All told, 90 minutes was needed prior to serving. I used a 2.5 litre Corningware dish, and pressed the potatoes in good and tight with the sauce! I think it would be good to blanche the tats first, or maybe nuke them for 10 mins before you lay them in the dish, to help reduce the overall cooking time a bit. Love these scalloped potatoes!!!
Pep per a year ago
It was delicious. My older kid enjoyed it not so much my toddlers