A lightened up version of my favorite Cheesy Potato Casserole so I don’t have to feel so guilty about loving it!
The older I get, and the more cooking I do, I try to avoid making dishes that involve canned soup. I just don’t like it. It kinda gives me the creeps actually. It’s so jiggly. ha. But, once a year, I do, very much, enjoy eating my aunt’s cheesy potato casserole (it’s actually the first thing I blogged). It’s so good, but I feel so guilty after I eat it. It’s butter, cheese, sour cream, potato chips…all together. In one beautiful dish.
This is a lightened up version of that recipe that you don’t have to feel so guilty for eating. The original recipe called for adding corn flakes to the top but I never have those on hand so I used Special K Cracker Chips. (Have you tried them? They’re really good.) I served it with some panko crusted chicken breasts and green beans. Next time I make this recipe, I’ll cut it in half. This makes a family size tray – way too much for just the two of us.
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Peg Peter says
Came over from Wednesday Walkabout, and I’m drooling over those potatoes. Yum! Now I’m going to go drool over more of your recipes and take notes. 🙂
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Rachel Willis says
The cracker chips are such a nice addition. Love a good ‘crunch’.