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This was delicious - very comfort food-y. However, it is not 3 points. When the entire recipe is entered on WW 'Recipe Builder', it comes out to 27 points for the whole thing (assuming LEAN ham) and 4 points each for 6 servings. I'm one of those people who counts "partial" points, so technically, this is 4.5 points per serving. I dinged a star for incorrect points values, which is very prevalent on this site and not at all helpful. This dish is "worth" 4.5 points, but you can't lose weight unless you're honest about the points you consume.

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Patrick M. Mitchell October 26, 2009

Hard to believe this is a WW recipe, but be careful, it is hard to only eat one serving!

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Jazz Lover March 02, 2011

Very good will be making again.

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Lene 2 November 24, 2010

This was so good! me an my husband loved it! i made it right the way the recipe said the only thing i forgot was the parsley flakes . but it still was SO GOOD! its a must try thats for sure!

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mrskirtley2286 September 08, 2009

This was sooo good! I made mine a little different, & made it on the stove top. I made mine with potatoes, bacon, ham, onion, cheese, pepper, sour cream, corn & cream of mushroom soup. I fried my bacon and onions, then I boiled & drained my potatoes and then I added a can of mushroom soup, sour cream, pepper, onions, ham, bacon & cheese and mixed it all up. I threw in a bag of cooked steam fresh sweet corn niblets. It was delicious! Tasted like loaded potatoes. I used mostly all reduced fat ingredients. It was about 6 points a cup because of the added calories & fat. Thanks so much for posting!!

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Jazziegirl8751 October 08, 2008

This is a keeper. Going to be a great recipe for the RV. I only used 1 cup ham since I was serving it with pork chops. Other than peeling and dicing potatoes, this was no work at all! And it smelled good all day while cooking. Made for Spring 2008 PAC.

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Mikekey May 03, 2008

My family LOVED this. I did make a few changes. I used turkey kielbasa instead of ham. Also I used the prediced potatoes and onions (for hash browns). I used 2 cans of condensed health requests soup mixed with one can of water. I also added a bag of frozen borccoli at the end for a complete meal. Served with biscuits. Simply divine!

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WhatExit January 31, 2008

The sauce makes the meal!!

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Wilfong October 16, 2011

I am not a fan of healthy request soups but there is an exception to every rule. I made this for dinner tonight following the recipe exactly as written and was very pleased with the results. The only thing I question is the points since the cheese and soup were not included in the ingredients.

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herbr September 23, 2009

This was good, added a bit of salt and a dash of cayenne. Thank you for an easy crock pot recipe.

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drinkmore February 04, 2012
Weight Watchers Crock Pot Ham & Potatoes Au Grautin