13 Reviews

I tested this recipe a few days ago for a party we are hosting on Saturday...omg! I thought they were to die for! Absolutely the best cheesy potatoes that I have tasted. I don't even want to think about the calorie and fat content, but if you are looking for a recipe to take to a family potluck that will be a sure-fire hit, look no further. Disclaimer: I had to use cream of mushroom soup since we were out of cream of chicken and, as someone else mentioned, I hate the texture of onions so I used onion powder.

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ckarbousky August 19, 2009

Loved partially cooking this recipe the night before Thanksgiving. The next day the boiled potatoes were diced, then added to the crockpot, with the sauce was added to the top. Our family might like a bit more cheese next time. Will stir the potatoes and sauce once or twice tho. Prefer to cook on Low. Used cream of celery since we have family members that won't eat chicken or mushrooms. Tasted good! This is on my list to make again! Thanks for sharing!

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Sarabi November 24, 2012

Made these for a homeschool back to school picnic we had. Tripled the recipe but forgot to add cream of soup. It was still delicious and the group ate every bite! I filled a 6 qt. crockpot with this. Will make again!

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Z,G,L's mom September 21, 2009

Took these to a potluck and they were a hit! A keeper!

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Boies September 01, 2013

I make these very often for potlucks and family dinners, they are so delicious and very simple! Dh has to make them for work potlucks too. I always bake my potatos in the oven and cut them into 1" chunks instead of slicing. If I double the recipe I use 1 can of cream of chicken and 1 can of cream of mushroom. I like to skip the onions and add a bag of real bacon bits myself. I make mine up the day before and put in the fridge and then usually cook on low 3 - 4 hours.

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Dying2Live April 28, 2012

This was a tasty dish and I plan to make it again. Next time I will use more potatoes because mine turned out very saucy. Also, I substituted cream of mushroom soup and it gave it great flavor!!

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Mary_K December 25, 2007

I made this yesterday and my whole family loved it! I changed a couple of things, I added some chopped up celery and carrots (trying to get the kids to eat more veges!) And I also added about a cup of shredded mozzerella about 15 minutes before serving. Served it over a bed of rice and ate it up! The chicken was tender and I loved the amount of cheesy sauce that was left which meant we could smother our rice in it. Thank you for another dinner!

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pixieglenn September 06, 2006

nice recipe i should have cooked my potatoes a little longer as i had one large one that stayed a little woody but i tried to time everything so i just picked around them and microwaved the rest. as for the sauce it was real easy and tasted great just like those little augratin packs at the store thanks for the great recipe

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gregory schulte April 24, 2006

These potatoes are so creamy and cheesy. My family enjoyed these very much. I would use a bit more salt next time.

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QuiltnCook December 12, 2004
Cheesy Crock Pot Potatoes