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Are you ready to put your slow cooker to good use?
I bet many of you, if you’re anything like me, already put that sucker to good use but in case that you don’t dust the lid off and get ready to make some fabulous scalloped potatoes. These aren’t just any scalloped potatoes; these are cheesy scalloped potatoes with ham. Now, before any of you start yelling at me and telling me that these are Au gratin potatoes just simmer down a bit. I like to refer to these as scalloped because they are scalloped, I just chose to add some cheese 🙂
Does it really matter what we call our food, anyway? As long as it tastes good we should all be happy, right? Right! These spuds are super easy to make and I love how nicely they cook up in the ‘ol Crock Pot.
If you need a dish to pass at a church potluck or family gathering you should really consider making these cheese and ham scalloped spuds. They are hearty, wholesome, and quite filling. Enjoy!
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Quick Tip: These scallops are technically a side dish but with the addition of the ham I have eaten them as an entree, before.