Classic Scalloped Potato Recipes
Serving up potatoes in a casserole dish and sliced thin creates a really delicious and comforting side dish that is great to serve a crowd. By adding different cheeses and even different types of potatoes, you can experiment with your scalloped potatoes or gratin dish until you find a new favorite recipe. Great for holiday dinners, special occasions, or even just the weeknight dinner rotation, these scalloped potato recipes are sure to be a hit.
Two-Toned Scalloped Potatoes
Using both sweet potatoes and Yukon gold potatoes gives classic, comforting scalloped potatoes a delicious upgrade. Perfect for family gatherings and holiday dinners at any point in the year, this impressive potato side dish delivers creamy richness, robust savory flavor, and a delightful crunch with a herby panko-pecan topping. You can assemble the dish (minus the topping) ahead of time and refrigerate up to 12 hours before you’re ready to bake.
Chipotle Scalloped Potatoes
Cheesy, smoky, and savory—all of our favorite flavors come to play in Chipotle Scalloped Potatoes.
Sweet Potato and Gouda Gratin
Our favorite new side dish (or vegetarian main, if made with vegetable broth) is a colorful version of scalloped potatoes. For richest flavor and color, look for deep-orange-fleshed sweet potatoes with skin that's burnt orange to dark red. A food processor's shredding disc and 2-mm. slicing blade make quick work of the cheese, sweet potatoes, and shallot.
Parmesan-Crusted Potato Gratin With Pine Nuts
These are the ultimate roasted potatoes. The top and edges get crispy, and the bottom layers turn amazingly rich and buttery. Be sure to buy same-sized potatoes so the slices are uniform.
Crock Pot Scalloped Potatoes
This highly comforting, classic dish has never been easier thanks to your trusty slow cooker. Yielding a creamy, savory potato side the whole family will love, this recipe for crock pot scalloped potatoes is sure to be a new holiday go-to.
Potato-Butternut Gratin With Poblano Béchamel
The mild sweetness of butternut squash pairs particularly well with Mexican flavors of poblano chile and cumin. Goat cheese brightens and enriches the flavor, and toasty almonds offer a welcome textural contrast. Try to get a squash with a long neck, as slices from that section are easiest to work with. It’s important to allow the gratin to rest for 20 minutes after baking so the juices that accumulate can thicken and absorb into the vegetables.
Potato and Parsnip Gratin
Parsnips add an elegant twist to this classic. Parboiling the slices saves baking time and keeps them from absorbing too much sauce.
Sweet Potato-and-Collard Green Gratin
This rich gratin uses a combination of milk and half-and-half instead of the traditional heavy cream to slash saturated fat. We find the texture of Kerrygold reduced-fat cheese more like full-fat cheese than other brands.
Au Gratin Potato Casserole
Potato and Leek Gratin
A mandoline will slice the potatoes quickly and to the same thickness, though a sharp knife will also work. Instead of being buried in cream, the potatoes and leeks are simmered in and drizzled with milk so the potatoes get wonderfully crisp and tender and the cheeses form a melty, golden crust.
Gratin Dauphinois (Scalloped Potatoes with Cheese)
This dish has a fancy name, but a down-home and hearty taste. These scalloped potatoes make a great dish to serve a crowd, and of course tout a deliciously cheesy flavor.
This rich and creamy Scalloped Potatoes recipe is sure to be a winner on a cold winter's day. Bake until cheese is melted and casserole is hot and bubbly.
Scalloped Sweet Potato Stacks
Scalloped Potatoes With Spinach And Cheese
Adding spinach to these scalloped potatoes creates a hearty texture and earthy flavor that elevates this potato side dish incredibly tasty new heights.
Cheddar Potato Gratin
Try this cheesy, potato gratin as a simple side dish for your supper.
Country Potatoes au Gratin
Have you ever tried to stuff onion or potato slices into a measuring cup? Ingredients like these are best measured by weight. Country Potatoes au Gratin works well as an entrée with a side salad completing the meal. If you prefer to have it as a side dish, it will make 12 servings.
Herbed Potato Stacks
This starchy side rarely scores points for presentation—until now. Toss the thinly sliced potatoes in herb-seasoned butter, and bake them in a muffin pan to make these amazing looking—and tasting—little stacks.