Cheesy Crock Pot Taters


Diane Hopson Smith Recipe

By Diane Hopson Smith DeeDee2011


Rating:
Serves:
4 to 6
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
Slow-Cooker/Crock Pot
Comments:

What's not to like about cheesy taters?

These taters are full of flavor with onions and bacon. And, did I mention cheese!

This is an easy dish to prepare and a perfect side to accompany so many dishes.

Hope you enjoy as much as we do!

Ingredients

5 to 6 medium
potatoes (about 2 lbs), diced like hash brown potatoes
2 c
sharp cheddar cheese (or cheese of choice)
8 oz
sour cream
1 can(s)
cream of chicken with mushrooms soup (or cream of chicken)
10 slice
bacon, fried and crumpled
1/2 c
green onion, sliced (more if desired or less)
1/4 c
butter, melted
1/2 tsp
cajun seasoning (i used mr. pete's)
salt and pepper to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

1
I used my 3 1/2 quart crock pot for this recipe.

Spray inside of crock pot with PAM or line for easier clean up.
2
Peel and dice potatoes. NOTE: dice small like cubed hash browns. Rinse and drain. Place in bowl for mixing or if you like place in bottom of crock pot.
3
Combine remaining ingredients except for the bacon; mix well. Pour over potatoes and mix to combine. Pour into crock pot: set on low. Cook 6 to 7 hours or until potatoes are tender.
4
Once the potatoes are done, stir in crumbled bacon and serve.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Potatoes
Main Ingredient: Potatoes
Regional Style: American
Hashtag: #slowcooker


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20 Comments

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Diane Hopson Smith DeeDee2011
May 2, 2013
Oh I think the different blends of cheese would be really good!! How fun it would be to travel...I've never been out of this country.
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Donald Bellinger kitchendabbler63
May 2, 2013
This reminds me of a very good fondue dinner I had in Switzerland courtesy ofb the Swiss air force when I was there in '95 on business. It was in this medevial walled city. They used a micture opfguyere and some other mild cheeses alomg with Swiss cheese in stead of the normal cheeses whichn they said was very strongand whichwe might not enjoy if not used to eating it. Whatever they used, It was delicious and they had potato chunks to dipinto the fondue, and of course there was plenty of beer to drinj along with the meal. If any one is traveling to Europe, I would very strongly reccomend including time in Switzerland in your itinerary. It is an amazing country with some very old medival towns to explore, modern cities to enjoy, and breathtaking scenery. I was fortunate to be able to go there twice on businessv in the mid '90s. I was able to affordtakingMy wife with me and she was able to accompany me the second time, so it made for a nice vacatiion even though I had to work during the days Don
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Diane Hopson Smith DeeDee2011
May 2, 2013
Thank you Traci!! I think the frozen hash browns is an even better idea!! Thank you for sharing!!
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Traci Heiser traci_heiser
May 2, 2013
Great recipe DeeDee! I was looking for a crockpot cheesy potato recipe to be cooking at home while I was at work all day. Potluck after work and no time to throw something together before I leave! This recipe turned out great. I did have a variation that I would like to share with the crowd - instead of using raw potatoes, I used the country style hash browns (2lbs) to reduce prep time. Threw everything in crockpot at 7am, and it was throuroughly done by 12:30pm! So, if using frozen potatoes I would suggest 3 hours of cooking on Low, and then just warm until you need to serve. I have yet to try the potatoes with the bacon on top - but that will make it heavenly! Thanks so much!
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Donald Bellinger kitchendabbler63
Apr 11, 2013
DeeDee, Thanks Don