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Whipped Cream Potatoes

We call them whipped cream potatoes even though the cream is never whipped. These are like the best scalloped potatoes ever but so much easier. They're like for lazy people! We have these every Easter because they are wonderful with ham or lamb.

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  • The day before, put potatoes in a glass casserole or baking dish.
  • Pour in heavy cream and season with onion salt and black pepper (*Dontuse onion powder and salt it's just not the same!) to taste.
  • cover and refridgerate overnight.
  • The day of, start in a cold oven (don't want to shatter your glass) bake at 350 to 375 degrees for about an hour or until top is browned.
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"We call them whipped cream potatoes even though the cream is never whipped. These are like the best scalloped potatoes ever but so much easier. They're like for lazy people! We have these every Easter because they are wonderful with ham or lamb."
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  1. sweetladyj76
    very easy to make and saves time. Delicious, make them all the time.
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  2. deanna c
    We call them whipped cream potatoes even though the cream is never whipped. These are like the best scalloped potatoes ever but so much easier. They're like for lazy people! We have these every Easter because they are wonderful with ham or lamb.
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