11 Reviews

I prepared this exactly as written but I'm afraid that four out of four adults at my house did not really care for this at all. I was really hoping everyone would, especially since Sweet Baby Ray's is my favorite bbq sauce.

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mailbelle November 08, 2007

Wildflour, I think you're one of my favorite 'zaar chefs! Your recipes are simple, hearty and just a little different. They accomodate my pantry very well, allowing for my own little tweaks and adjustments. This was a recipe I wasn't sure about, but decided to give it a go since I had everything on hand. Wasn't crazy about it at first, but, by golly, it grew on me! It's even better the second day, if you can make it last that long. And I'm thinking it would be great with some sharp smoked cheddar and maybe a chipotle pepper. Thanks for sharing!

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Targetgirl August 15, 2007

My son who will not eat scalloped anything loves this!!!! Asked me to make it again!!! I followed the recipe as but forgot the bacon (will add next time). Great flavour. I think next time I will try this in the slow cooker and finish with the cheese under the broiler. TY!

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angelalberta_22 June 12, 2007

This is a lovely version of potato bake, very quick and easy to put together and extreamly tasty... was thinking as i was eating it that i might also try it with cream of chicken soup... thanks for posting

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kyrandia May 31, 2007

These were so, So, SO good! Such a different way from the regular "cheezy potatoes" version! I loved how EASY they were to make, and then the crusty cheesey stuff on top. MMM! KEEPER! *Made for ZWT 3 May 2007 by Fantabulous Friendly Foodie Floozies*

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Debber May 30, 2007

This was a great recipe. I used a honey flavored barbecue sauce (it was all I had) and it worked well. I did have to increase the baking time a little. I thought I had the potatoes sliced thin enough but next time I will slice them even thinner. Thanks for a recipe I will be using often.

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carolinafan May 01, 2007

Very nice, but I think the next time I'll actually use the bacon it calls for. I only had some canadian back bacon in the fridge, so I used that instead. ;)

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Lori Mama June 12, 2006

Very good. I made this to go with BBQ chicken and everyone just gobbled it up. Thank you for sharing.

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looneytunesfan January 05, 2006

This was really a delicious potato casserole. DH just loved it and said I had better save some for tomorrows dinner. I made a gravy from the bacon grease and DH used it over the casserole.He is a potato and gravy man by the way. I used a bbq sauce that I got from our local produce stand and it really added a nice flavor along with the ingredients in this recipe. It is really a different way of fixing potatoes cause I have never thought of using bbq sauce in a casserole with potatoes. Thanks for sharing this delicious casserole! Its a keeper.

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Marsha D. May 16, 2005
Creamy Oven BBQ’ed Potato Casserole