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Easy Scalloped Potatoes

I made Scalloped Potatoes last night.  The missing section there is what I "tested" to make sure it was  These were SO good!!!  If you need a recipe to use with all those potatoes you bought, I wholeheartedly recommend this one!!  I also heard from a reader that these freeze well!  I was going to test that, but lets face it, these are going to be digested. :)  

Here is the link to the recipe, but I changed it a little...

I didn't boil the potatoes, instead I sliced them thinly and put them in a 9x13 dish.  I put a layer of potatoes, then the sauce, topped with cheese, then I did it again.  I baked at 350 for 1 hour and 10 minutes.   I didn't change the ingredients except that I didn't add onion, but only because I didn't want to go to the store. 

Potatoes 10 lb bag $0.68 (but Kori said they were .58 yesterday!)

Potatoes 10 lb bag $1

Mountain Dairy Milk Gallon $1.79
Kroger Cream Soups Case lot 24 ct  $13.92 (.58 ea)

Daisy Sour Cream SS 2/21 & 1/24 (Smart Source Insert that came on those dates)


I'm not usually a fan of scalloped potatoes, but yours look yummy! Might have to try them. Thanks!

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