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Add ham to these simple scalloped potatoes and you have a full meal! This is the easiest recipe for these I’ve come across aside from a box mix – which I dislike. Every time I make them the family eats them up and licks their plates.
For a busy mom and wife, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate minimal ingredients and minimal time. We all have our commitments and we can’t always spend that much time in the kitchen. You don’t even have to peel the potatoes. Toss these few ingredients in the crock and they’ll be waiting for you at dinnertime.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Campbells.
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Quick Tip: I like topping my scalloped potatoes with a little extra cheese, and some buttered bread crumbs.