Scalloped Potatoes With Bread Crumb Topping

"This is a recipe I came up with by taking my mom's recipe and "tweeking" it abit here are there. Our family thought it was great before and love it even more now. Enjoy!!!"
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Ready In:
1hr 30mins




  • butter 9 x 13 casserole dish.
  • layer 1/2 potatoes.
  • layer on all of the onions.
  • put on half the cheddar cheese.
  • put on the remaining potatoes.
  • melt butter over medium heat.
  • add flour and cook 1 minute.
  • add milk and cook until sauce is thick and smooth.
  • remove from heat.
  • add garlic, salt, pepper and mustard, stir until smooth.
  • pour on top of potatoes.
  • sprinkle with remaining cheese.
  • bake 375 degrees for 1 hour.
  • mix together all the ingrediants.
  • put on once the potatoes are cooked.
  • broil for 3 minutes.

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  1. This recipe was just what I was looking for. I don't like cream of mushroom soup in scalloped potatoes and I love a bread crumb topping. This was a hit! I had to take this to a family gathering and people said they were the best they've tasted. I made them the night before and then heated them up, they were great. I used half seasoned and half regular bread crumbs. We have had scalloped potatoes elsewhere and my husband whispered "I like yours better" (ok, they're yours not mine, but thanks!)You lived up to your name, these are um-um-good.
  2. Recipe is great. Spelling not so much so.
  3. The whole family loved this. Very easy to put together and cook. I will definately make many more times.


  1. "a bit" is two words. Not "abit" Ingredients is spelled this way, not "ingrediants." If you're posting publicly you might as well do it right.


I'm a stay at home mommy of 2. I was raised in St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada. My favorite cookbook comes from the public school I went to in St. Jacobs. I love it because the recipes are personal ones that are tried and true! I love to cook, bake, can, etc. I consider myself really fortunate to have been raised in an area where home baking and canning where the norm. I watched my mom and grandma preparing homemade jams and pickles every year and I caught the "bug". I really enjoy simple, delicious recipes! However, if a recipe is amazing I don't mind putting the extra time and expense into it.
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