Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes with Ham
Slow cooker scalloped potatoes and ham is a big hit in my house, especially with my kids! If you like ham and potatoes, you'll love this creamy recipe!
Slow cooker scalloped potatoes and ham is a big hit in my house, especially with my kids! If you like ham and potatoes, you'll love this creamy recipe!
It was alright. I only made a couple changes: Doubled the ham and used 1/8 teaspoon of salt. My roommate and I felt the dish was not cheesy enough and lacked the kick other dishes from this site had. I prefer the "Three Cheese Garlic Scalloped Potatoes" recipe to this one. I did not enjoy the texture of the ham in this dish and wish it had been cooked separately. I probably will not be making this again.Read More
Great comfort food for the fall. I took the advise of some others to layer the ingredients, use mushroom soup with garlic, double the ham and cheese and to use milk not water. I also cooked on high for 5 hours.
I modified this slightly. I eliminated the ham since I was making a full ham to go with these. I also eliminated the onion. I used the cream of mushroom soup & one full soup can of milk instead of water. Along with the chedder cheese I added about 3/4 C of mozz. cheese & monteray jack that I had in the fridge wanting to use up. I also added about 3 cloves of crused garlic. Everyone loved them! I just threw everything in the crock pot very early in the day & kept it on low for about 5 hours then went to high for the last hour. Will be making again & again.
Outstanding. The only thing I did differently was to layer the ingredients before adding the soup.
This is a great, easy recipe! I used all the ingredients called for, but I did make one slight adjustment. I cooked this for about 7 hours on low instead of high for 4 hours. Turned out wonderful!
I have been making ham and scalloped potatoes for years and used milk and more cheddar cheese. I always found them a bit greasy. This was a great recipe...nice a creamy.
It was alright. I only made a couple changes: Doubled the ham and used 1/8 teaspoon of salt. My roommate and I felt the dish was not cheesy enough and lacked the kick other dishes from this site had. I prefer the "Three Cheese Garlic Scalloped Potatoes" recipe to this one. I did not enjoy the texture of the ham in this dish and wish it had been cooked separately. I probably will not be making this again.
This was fantastic. Three of us ate the entire thing in one sitting! I didn't have time for the slow cooker so just mixed it all up and baked it at 350 for an hour.
DEFFINATELY A 5 STAR RECIPE I AM NEW TO THIS SITE SO I READ THE OTHER REVIEWS ON THIS RECIPE AND FOUND THAT THE PEOPLE THAT WERENOT REALLY THRILLED WITH IT CHANGED THE RECIPE....I WILL USE THIS AGAIN FOR SURE.....LOU
I used 6 large potatoes, a 16 oz. pkg diced ham, cream of chicken soup instead of mushroom, and milk instead of water. Cooked on low for 7 hours. Turned out awesome! Next time I might add a little bit of Tabasco to soup mixture for some heat. (I like everything a little spicy!) Also, the cheese tends to stick to the sides of the crockpot so it might be beneficial to spray it with non-stick cooking spray before putting everything in it.
I added more ham and omitted the salt. So easy, quick and tasty.
I followed the advice of the others and layered the ingredients. I also doubled the ham and cheese and used milk instead of water. Instead of chopped ham, I used two whole bone in ham slices (each one being a separate layer). The bone gives it more flavor. I added a few cloves of chopped garlic to the chopped onion. I had two layers of potatoes, onion/garlic, ham slice and cheese (cheese being on top). Then I poured the soup mixture over the top. I used the amount of salt, pepper and garlic powder called for. Cooked on high for four hours and then turned to low until dinner time, about two hours. IT WAS DELICIOUS!!!! My husband is not a big potato fan and he LOVED this dish as did my college age son. It was a bit watery but I turned it on high for about 20 minutes with the lid off prior to serving and that took care of it plus filled the house with a wonderful aroma! Reheated the leftovers in the crock pot the next day and it was even better! I will definitely make this again and won't change a thing from the above. I don't think it could possibly be improved upon!
I read some of the reviews on this before I made so I did a little bit of a change. I used milk in place of water and I did it with seasoned and browned pork chops. This smelled great while cooking and the pork chops came out nice and moist. The only thing I think I will pass on when making it next is the cheese as we found it didn't really enhance the flavor.
This was very good! I've made it twice now, both times with rave reviews. I followed the advice of another reviewer and cooked it in the oven at 325 for 1-1/2 hours. I used milk instead of water. I cooked it covered with foil until the last 15 minutes, sprinkled the top with shredded cheese, then seasoned bread crumbs over the cheese. It created a flavorful crunchy, cheesey topping. Yummy! I have also microwaved the sliced potatoes to shorten the cooking time. I am looking forward to the day when I have time to try it in the crockpot.
This was a delicious, warm meal for a cold night. I used grated swiss cheese, skim milk instead of water and added a few fresh mushrooms. Four hours on high was a little too much, but the potatoes did brown nicely on the sides of the crock, but would have burned if I hadn't turned it down.
This is delicious with or without cheese. But when I do add cheese, I use 2 cups and I always use milk, not water with this recipe. One other thing - leave out the salt. There is already plenty of sodium in the soup, the cheese and most certainly the ham. It's just not necessary to add more from the shaker. I have made this both in the slow cooker and in the oven (2 quart casserole dish, bake at 350 degrees covered for 1 hour, then uncovered for an additional 1/2 hour). Both ways come out yummy! Whichever method you use, layer the ingredients and be sure to slice your potatoes very thin. Oh, and I also don't peal the potatoes before slicing. I just clean them well and slice away. There is fiber and lots of nutrients in the skin. Enjoy!!
Definitely layer the ingredients, and try using thinly sliced polska kielbasa instead of the ham. When making a similar oven recipe, I also layer in shredded cabbage for a touch of sweetness.
Read the reviews first then did the most recommeded, double ham and cheese, use milk, and layer. I also greased my crock with shortening to avoid crusties. Glad I did. Would recommend cutting the slices in half unless they are very thin to get them cooked well. Had some friends over and it was a hit! No leftovers!
I loved it. I followed the recipe and added some fresh mushrooms and asparagus and some cheyenne pepper. I was in a hurry, so I had to bake it in the oven. My husband loved it too.
I used 8 potatoes, incase your not sure how many 3lbs is. I also filled the soup can with milk instead of water. It was delish! Nice and creamy and tasted great~!
My husband was begging for scalloped potatoes and suggested getting a box of them and adding ham. A box?!? Seriously?? I can't ever just leave a recipe alone and make it as is. So here's what I did: par-boiled the potatoes( I only had a few hours for it to cook), doubled the ham (left over from Easter dinner) doubled the cheese,used garlic cream of shroom soup---I put garlic in EVERYthing----and threw some sour cream in. Sprayed the crock pot well with cooking spray,then cooked on low for 3 hours. The house smelled amazing, the potatoes were even better, and husband was pleased.
this is sooo yummy..i made this a while back and im making it again tomorrow...my husband loved this i got at least 10 compliments from him thru dinner..he is excited for tomorrows dinner...thank you for the awesome recipe...
This was a great recipe for ham and potatoes. Very creamy!! I made an easy substitution and bought the Campbell's Cream of Mushroom with Roasted Garlic and omitted the garlic powder. It did take my potatoes quite a bit longer than 4 hours to cook though. I will certainly make this again, but definately will add more ham.
I got this recipe from my friend & thought I'd try it. My husband made it & found out it has to bake a little longer than what it says. Thinner sliced potatoes would make a difference, too. It was too salty to suit us, so next time, we'll cut out the salt.
Excellent! I substituted evaporated milk for the water. Instead of using the crockpot, I layered everything in a casserole dish. Covered it with foil and baked it in the oven at 350 for 1 hour. It was great and my whole family loved it. I will be making it again.
I have been married for 14 1/2 years and my husband has always said he does not like ham mixed with food. But this dinner is the exception. He loves it and so does my 4 year old. The only thing I changed was I used cream of chicken instead - adds a little extra flavor.
This is a great and easy recipe. I only had American cheese (instead of Cheddar) but it gave the potatoes a really creamy texture. I also cooked it in the oven-- 350 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Thanks Raquel!!
This is a recipe I turn to many times. I do substitute milk for the water - I believe it makes a huge difference. I often prefer to cook this in the oven for about 1.5 to 2 hours at 325 (higher than that tends to dry it out).
We liked this. Other than layering the ingredients and using milk rather than water as other reviews say, I followed the recipe exactly as written. I would have rated it 5 stars but for the fact that mine ended up having too much liquid. I cooked it longer in an attempt to dry it out a bit. I will be re-heating it for dinner tonight and maybe it will be more solid now. I will make this again. Thanks for sharing.
My whole family just loved this recipe. Its different and all ready when you need it. I cooked 7 hours on low. I changed the cream of mushroom to cream of celery (only because that is what I had) and I used milk instead of water. This is a favorite recipe that I will use again and again
Yum! I opted to bake this in the oven. Use milk instead of water and more shredded cheese. Cheddar cheese soup worked much better than cream of mushroom for us. Didn't spend time layering it, just mix everything together in a 9x13 dish, cover it with foil, & bake at 375 for an hour. For a finishing touch turn the broiler on and let it brown nicely on top. True comfort food. A meal everyone in the family loves!
Gotta love those slow cookers!!! I thought this recipe was really, really good and she's not kidding when she says they are creamy! I didn't change a thing and I will be making this recipe over and over again. Thanks!!!
Definitely making again! I used 2 cups cheese because I have a cheese-loving family (lots of Packer fans). My medium-sized crock pot (4-qt?) was too small so I put it in my 7-qt. It was nearly cooked in under 3 hours on high so I put it on low until halftime (2 hours). It got a crust on the bottom that was much loved.
Oh my this is such a comforting meal, I forgot to put everything in the crockpot before work, so I layered everything in a casserole dish, baked for an hour covered and 30 minutes uncovered...it was execellent!!!! For each layer I added sliced American cheese too!
I made this recipe yesterday and it turned out great. Everyone liked it. I used milk instead of water and cooked it for 5 hours. I will make this again soon. The next time, I will use 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup and add a small can of sliced mushrooms.
Double the amount of potatoes and ham. Use TWO cans of Cream Of Mushroom. Also add a package of Country Style gravy to the mushroom soup and water. I always throw in Garlic Powder, Basil & Penzey's Black & Red (cayenne / black pepper). I never measure out the cheese - I just throw on Sharp Cheddar until I think it's enough (only for the last half hour of cooking). Perfectly saucy (thickens up as it cools) and utterly delish. 3.5 - 4 hours on HIGH in the Crock pot. Before cooking, toss the potatoes in cup of water with a 1/2 tsp cream of tartar - to keep 'em from getting dark while cooking *UPDATE* Today, I needed to use up 3/4 cup of Heavy Cream, and then added just short of 1 1/2 cups of water (in place of the 2 cups water). This small change really upped the WOW factor!
My family loved this I cooked on low all day for 8 hours instead Love it!
Very good... added whole milk instead of water, omitted the salt, and added more cheese. Definitely a good recipe to keep for quick meals with leftover ham!
I made this tonight in my 6 qt crock pot. We loved it. I made a 12 serving size and like clockwork...it was done in 4 hrs on high. I added real garlic in place of the garlic powder but pretty much followed the original recipe. I'll be sure to make this again.
This was awesome!! The only change I made was to microwave the potatoes (I had 4 large & 2 small white potatoes)for about 5 minutes before slicing into crock pot. I added some fresh sauteed white mushrooms and used leftover sliced deli ham and cooked it on low for about 7 hours. It is delicious and it will be a staple for the fall and winter months. I added a little extra water so there was extra "gravy" to spoon over everything at serving time. This recipe is great to use when you just have a few leftovers sitting around. Thanks for a great recipe!
Delicious and quite easy to throw together, but boy was it tough to clean my crock pot!
I doubled the cheese & ham; increased the soup to 1 1/2 cans to make it creamier, used milk instead of water. Then after mixing all together into a 9x13 pan, baked it in the oven for 45 minutes covered followed by another 15 minutes after the cover/foil was removed. Smelled so good!
My husband loved this soup! I did follow suggestions and doubled the ham and added milk instead of water. I also added more of the seasonings to give it a bolder flavor. (I used minced garlic instead of powder.) To add some veggies to the dish I added french style green beans near the end. (so they wouldn't over cook) I added extra milk to create a great creamy soup dish!
I really like this recipe and have made it several times, with variations. The recipe as is is good, I use milk instead of the water. I have also made a variation with pork chops instead of ham. I seasoned and browned the pork chops (4) and layered them in between a couple of layers of the potatoes with the soup mixture mixed right into them. That went about 5 hours and was delicious. I also have made variations with mushrooms, herbs, etc. The recipe is good comfort food as is, not gourmet, just good eating!
The flavor was good, but nothing out of this world. I used milk instead of water like many reviewers suggested. I also didn't measure the cheese, but know I put more in then the 1 cup the recipe called for. It could've used more ham. My main problem was the potatoes did not get done in 4 hours. After 5 hours, they still were not done. I took them out of the crock pot, and transferred them to my oven. After another 1/2 hour they were finally done. I thought I cut the potatoes thin enough, but maybe not.
We really like this. I did use milk instead of water, doubled the cheese, and a couple of cloves of minced garlic. Also, I did it in two layers. Great way to use up leftover ham.
Absolutely delicious and so easy to make!
I made the mistake of mixing red potatoes with a baking potato. As a result, the baking potato wasn't cooked. I had to re-cook the potatoes in the oven. Despite the minor setback, I'll make this again. I used cream of celery soup, fresh garlic, and milk instead of water.
My family loved this recipe. I used milk instead of water, but that was the only change that I made. My daughter is very picky and insisted that I make them for a second time this week. Thanks for a GREAT recipe!
I was very impressed with this recipe. Because it was potatos I expected it to be fairly bland. It had so much flavor! My husband and his 18 yr old brother couldn't get enough. I will definately make it again!
This is a very good basic recipe. If you slice your potatoes thin and evenly, it won't take longer than 3 1/2 hours to get done. I have the Pampered Chef slicer, which works really slick for getting these potatoes sliced. As suggested by others, I did put in more ham, more cheese, used half and half instead of water, and used cream of celery soup. This is ultimate comfort food!
I followed PP advice, added 2 cups ham, 2 cups cheese and instead of water I used evap milk. Very good. Husband loved it.
I made this recipe but made the mistake of not thinly slicing the potatoes. If anyone has ended up with a watery mixture because of having to cook it longer than the 4 hrs, this might be the problem. If this happens to you, this is how to fix it, and as a result, you will still have an amazing thick cheesy comfort meal! You will need 1 cup of milk, 2 TBSP flour and 1-2 cups of shredded chedder cheese (depending on how cheesy you like it. In a pan on low heat, whisk constantly milk and flour until thick and hot but not scolded or boiling (about 30 secs-1 min). Take off heat, and add anywhere between 1-2 cups of cheese. It must be EXTREMELY thick (thicker than pancake batter) because it must stand up to the watered down mixture in the crock. I added additional onion & garlic powders, and salt. Whisk for a minute until shredded cheese is melted. Mix into ham and potatoes in crockpot. I like it very thick, so I let it sit for a bit to let the mixture thicken more. It's even better if you refrigerate overnight and heat the next day. The flavors are even better and so much thicker!!
Excellent recipe. Made this for Easter dinner. I added minced garlic instead of garlic powder. I did not have cream of mushroom on hand, so I used cream of potato soup with 1/2 cup of milk. I also added more cheese. The leftovers tasted just as yummy. This is a keeper!
This is a great recipe! It is perfect for running your crockpot instead of stove when the a/c is running in the summer. I made this as a side and did not put the ham in it, and I used garlic instead of garlic powder. It is in my rotation. Thank you! :)
Good and easy for a weekend but not for a weekday as it can not cook that long.
Fantastic! I used cream of potato soup instead of mushroom since I don't like them. I double the amount of ham and cheese and it was delicious! =)
I used red potatoes, left out the onion, replaced the water with half n half and used Cream of Soup Base from this site instead of a canned soup. Added red pepper flakes for a little heat. Good comfort food.
Made this for Sunday dinner. Had it cook while we were at the Rangers game. I doubled the recipe and used extra cheese, subsituted milk for the water, and used 1 can cream of mushroom and 1 can cream of celery. So I basically did the recommendations of everyone. I would say it was alright. The entire family said it was just ok. Not a one really liked it. I do not think I will ever make it again.
Made on 4-28-11
Pretty good but I modified it as well: 1ts. salt 3/4ts. garlic 1.5c cheese 2TB butter 1/2c parmesan 1/2c sour cream and i used evaporated milk instead of water. Next time I will follow my recipe but I will use green onions and I think with all of that- it will end up a 5 start recipe.
I absolutely loved these!! I did make a few changes-I used about a cup of diced onions, 1 and 1/2 cups of shredded cheddar and monterey jack mixed, and also a can of celery soup instead of mushroom. I also added more ham than the recipe called for.. These turned out very tasty!! Howver, I did cook them for 5 hours on high instead of the 4 that the recipe called for...
This came out very good. Easy to put together
Awesome! Made this veggie by omitting ham. Subbed cream of celery (with milk); used cheddar/mozzarella mix and added a handful of cheddar to top. Baked in oven per another reviewers recommendation @ 325d for 1.5 hrs. The top was crunchy, golden, cheesy goodness! Matched w/ creamy potatoes inside the texture was rockin'. Will make again for sure!
This was good, but not as good as traditional scalloped potatoes with ham cooked in the oven, and prep time was about same. I will revert back to my old recipe when making this again.
I really liked this and thought it was really simple to make. The only change I made was to omit the salt since the cream soups tend to have quite a bit to begin with. I didn't think it needed it either. I'll definitely do this again and may take the advice of the other reviewer who suggested using polish sausage in place of the ham.
This was excellent!! I followed the recipe exactly, but doubled the sauce and the ham. It was awesome!! Definitely a keeper!
I made this at Holiday shopping time and since I could cook this in a crockpot and leave for several hours. It was great to come home tired from shopping and have some of this comfort food. Family really thought it was great too.
Fantastic! The whole family loved it. This will definitely be in our rotation.
I just had to add a little more to this recipe. Just a little more garlic powder, I doubled the ham, and added 2 more cups of cheese. It turned out just fine for us. Thanks for the recipe.
This is very delicious ! I made it today for dinner and my children love it! I baked for an hour covered with foil,uncovered it and put Italian bread crumbs and extra cheese on top for 15 min.Definitely will make again ! I will try in slow cooker.
This is a great recipe and a great way to have dinner ready and waiting for my family. I was able to spend the day with some friends and my kids still had a dinner that they loved when I got home! Perfect!!! P.S. The more cheese, the better!
Family loved this recipe yesterday! Seconds (and thirds in some cases) were served. Very easy to make. Didn't change a thing.
Easy, delicious, and fast (for a slow cooker anyway). I am eating this right now, and I love it. All of my potatoes where getting old and soft/wrinkly, but you would never know. I also didn't have any ham on had so I substituted an equal amount of bacon ends and pieces!
This was an excellent recipe. I added Milk instead of water with the soup. Left out the ham as I baked a five pound ham to go with it. The whole family loved it! So yummy and easy to make!
Pretty good, I doubled the amount of ham and cheese, used the cream of roasted garlic mushroom soup, milk instead of water. Next time I would cut back to 1/4 cup of milk/water as it was a bit thin. I left the lid off the cooker and let it sit for a while on the warm setting and it thickened up nicely. I browned some panko crumbs in a little butter and sprinked on top for a little texture. Nice!
I followed the recipe to the "T" and thought that it came out very bland. My son on the other hand liked it. I think I'll stay with my Nana's recipe but thanks for a new way to try them in the slowcooker.
I was skeptical about making this because I was certain it was going to come out watery rather than creamy. I was wrong! It came out very creamy and very tasty. :o) I have to admit I didn't follow the called for amounts of potato, ham, and onion - I "eyeballed" the ratio to sauce amount. I probably used about 2 cups of cheese and added a half soup can of milk. Sprinkled with chopped chives before serving.
I made these for Easter and everyone loved them…I made things easier for myself I bought simply potatoes with onions and used them, and I mixed the cheese, I had a partial bag of Swiss and sharp cheddar cheese and used both. Will make again. I love any recipe for a slow cooker just so easy!
I fixed this when my parents came for dinner. They and my husband loved it, but my kids and I weren't really crazy about it. (Usually my kids will eat anything with potatoes and cheese, but not this one.) Very simple, and I may try it again, but not my favorite.
This was good and easy. A few tips I used from other reviewers: I doubled the onions, cheese and ham & used cheddar cheese soup instead of cream of mushroom & milk instead of water. If I make again, I'll use 1 C cheddar and 1 C sharp cheddar. This would make a good side dish too. My sister already wants the recipe!
I made this for Easter too. It was very good! I used 2 cups of cheese and replaced the water with nonfat milk. I also omitted the ham since we had ham as part of the meal. The best part of this is using the slow cooker so I didn't have to turn the oven on--a huge plus when living in Phoenix!
Very good Easter meal! I used cream of celery since I didn't have cream of mushroom and used up cheddar, mont. jack, and mozz. I had left in the fridge. Sometimes I'll even add cream cheese or sour cream. Lots of room to be creative!
This was so easy and DELICIOUS!!! I WILL be making this again! LOVE IT!
Made this for dinner last night. Used up all the potatoes I had before they went bad. I also cut up a celery stalk, in addition to the onion. I used the lower sodium cream of mushroom soup. I followed other reviewers advice and used milk instead of water. Didn't have only cheddar on hand, used cheddar and Colby mix. And used 2 cups of leftover frozen Christmas ham. Yum! I felt Luke adding some frozen corn as it smelled so good. Vi cooked the corn separately, but added it in when I served it. My toddler inhaled it. I couldn't shovel it to him fast enough. My 7 yr old is going through the "everything tastes gross" phase, so it was a battle to get him to eat it. I'll only make this if I have the ingredients on hand. Thanks for the comfort recipe.
This was easy and came out pretty good so I'm sure I'll make it again. I doubled the ham and onions because it looked like it needed more, glad I did but with the extra ham I should have omitted the salt, will do that next time. With the additions I could only fit about 2.5 pounds of potatoes in the crock pot. I layered everything as others suggested and cooked on low overnight, about 9 hours. It wasn't greasy like most scalloped potato recipes but the texture was different. Not bad, just different.
I did like this recipe, however I thought the onion was a bit too much, I think I will cut the onion down to quarter cup or none at all next time, I added more ham clove of garlic and more cheese! YUm!!
Smelled awesome and had good flavor, but I don't know if anyone experienced what I did: the potatoes turned black in the crockpot. It looked great until you spooned into the middle :( so I picked off the yummy cheese off the top and tossed the rest. I will probably try this recipe in the oven instead of the crockpot.
This was a really good recipe. The only thing I will do differently next time is not add the salt or a little less. I think the ham added enough salt. I used milk instead of water too, which I think made it almost to rich, so next time I will use half milk and half water. I also ended up putting in the oven for about an hour because my family was getting a little restless for dinner. Other than that it was pretty good and I think that I am going to take it to my mothers for Easter dinner for a side dish.
This turned out wonderfully. I doubled the cheddar cheese and ham, and omitted the onion. Also, since I ran out of time-had to put into the oven at 350 for a little over an hour. Can't wait to actually do it now in the slow cooker! Big hit at our Bible study tonight!
Very easy and tasty - my husband is a big fan of ham and scalloped potatoes so I just had to make this for him! I did tweak the recipe a bit. I more than doubled the amount of ham and used a whole vidalia onion layering it in the crock pot first along with light shredded cheddar cheese. I mixed 98% fat free cream of mushroom soup with an equal can of fat free half and half vs. water. I used fresh minced garlic vs. powdered. I poured that over everything and let it go on high for 4 hours. Since it didn't seem creamy enough I added 4 oz. light cream cheese and another 1/2 cup of shredded cheese. I cooked it for another two hours and it thickend up and was a lot creamier. My husband asked for seconds so it's a definite winner!
This turned out really well. I did what someone suggested and layered the potoatoes and the soup mix.
I read through all the reviews before making this and it turned out very well. The suggestions to leave out salt, add more ham and cook longer helped to make this a very tasty dish. It's definately worth making again.
My family liked this, even my two picky children. As mentioned in other reviews, I doubled the cheese and added additional ham. Using the slow cooker ensures I will make this again. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Very good! Not real fond of mushroom soup, so used cream of celery. Everyone, including picky 2and 5 year old children, enjoyed this.
I took some of the other suggestions and used milk instead of water and I also used 2 cloves crushed garlic instead of the garlic powder. Gave it a really garlic taste! If you are not so found of garlic I would maybe only try 1 clove. Also added 3 times the amount of cheese called for. This has become a regular recipe in our household. Thanks for the great recipe!
Was great and easy to cook. My child loved it. But I also added Velveeta cheese to give it a more cheese taste!!!!!
I followed everything and it turned out ok but I think oven cooked is still a lot better.
Absolutely wonderful! First time ever making my scalloped potatoes in the crock pot. They turned out wonderful!