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Potluck Recipe: Loaded Baked Potato Casserole

Today’s pick is one that I would just put in a bowl and eat it all by itself for dinner.  I like it that much.  It is great as a side item and could be really good for you to take to Thanksgiving as well as a potluck dinner.  Here is what you will need:

 

Non-stick Cooking Spray (or you can rub some butter on the pan)

2 cans (12 oz.) of evaporated milk

2 cups of water

6 tbsp of butter or margarine

2 cups of sour cream

3 boxes (4.9 oz) of AuGratin potato mixes (any brand, even store brand)

1/3 cup of bacon pieces (imitation or real- small pieces)

1/2 cup of chives or green onions

1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese

 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine evaporated milk, water, butter, potato slices and sauce mix that comes in the package over a medium heat in a large saucepan or pot.  As soon as it comes to a boil, remove it from the heat.  Stir in the sour cream and chives (or green onions).  Pour into a prepared 13×9 inch baking pan.  Then Sprinkle with cheese.

Bake for 40 minutes or until golden brown.

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This picture is before I sprinkled cheese on, so you could see it better.  I had to make sure that I didn’t eat too much myself and that others got to try it.  I have a weakness for potatoes.  Yummy!!

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About Kim Young

Hello! My name is Kim. You may see my name with a few posts here and there, I am a contributor to 3 Boys And A Dog. I have my own blog, Mom Tried It, that I started the end of August 2009. I found that every time two or more moms got together it became tip and idea sharing time. So I started a blog that shares tips, ideas, and sanity savers for moms (with the occasional product review). I love to try new things, so the blog works out perfect.

I am a Texan that moved to my husband's hometown in Southern Illinois. We got married in 2002.

My husband, Matt, is the network administrator at the local high school. He loves to play the "If we won the lottery..." game, but the problem is, we don't play the lottery. He is a wonderful husband and an outstanding dad!

Our son, Cole, was born in 2006. He is sweet, extremely compassionate, very hyper, and all about trucks. He is just 100% boy (Mommy's boy and I love it)!

Our daughter, Charley, was born in 2008. She is her mommy with a different exterior. She is bold, outspoken (even though she can't talk yet), a fighter, and thinks her brother and her daddy hung the moon.

In my spare time (huh, what is that?) I like to sew, do crafts, and bake with the kids. I am always up for trying new things and love watching my kids faces when they experience it with me. I spend every day trying to be a better wife, mother, and Christian, but not in that order. :-) I look forward to posting on 3 Boys And A Dog and thank you for the opportunity to share time and experiences with you.

Comments

  1. I would love to make this for my family! It sounds yummy and easy to make! Thanks!

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