Super, super, super! Very easy to make and leftovers are just as good. Very good for a lower fat option as far as potato casseroles go. Very easy to make, will definitely make again!
Potluck Potato Casserole
DonnaD Posted: 01/03/09
MustangJamie Posted: 01/13/09
I really liked this one! I made a few changes - my fiance is a vegetarian so I used cream of potato soup as well as vegetable stock. I also had some gouda sitting in the fridge so for the cheese I used half sharp cheddar and half gouda. I did think it was a little too peppery for my taste (left my mouth and lips a little hot!) but it didn't distract too much from the overall taste. I think the gouda really added to the flavor!
Holly3 Posted: 01/27/10
My mother has made this for years. I think it is a church pot-luck staple. :-) Eating it brings back feelings of companionship and sharing. It may not taste like gourmet, but it evokes strong feelings of days gone by. Red checked table cloths, church basements, the smell of red kool-aide, and the sounds of hymns. I love to make this dish......
piggywiggy Posted: 07/30/10
Very easy to make and the family loved it. I will definitely be making it again. It's nice to have a recipe for a comfort food that is relatively low in fat and calories.
foodieforpeace Posted: 04/24/11
Could not give this recipe less than 5 stars. Easy to make, a healthier version of the artery clogging potato dishes I've seen at pot lucks and really, really good. Made no changes at all. Served with orange baked ham, and citrus green beans with pine nuts. Will make this again. And again.
stellacorona Posted: 04/24/13
one of our favorite potato dishes!! great leftovers too, if there are any! i do not add the topping. not sure what one star rating did to the dish, it's pretty foolproof!
wrekehavoc Posted: 09/03/12
I'm not really sure what the other reviewers consider tasty food. This was bland and at best a comforting warm blob of little flavor. My 9 year old disliked it; my husband disliked it; and my 13 year old politely ate it. I didn't find it to taste like much. Meh.
JessicaK18 Posted: 11/04/13
This is probably blasphemous to those who have childhood memories of this recipe, but I added about 2 TBSP of Grey Poupon which gave it an amazing flavor. I think it could now stand up to a pot roast (we don't do potatoes with our roast) or better yet, as a side for some Guinness stew (once again, we don't add potatoes - we normally do mashed on the side), or better yet - short ribs. It gave just the right level of comfort food, but was balanced with a little something-something.