Deluxe Ham and Potato Crockpot Casserole #Recipe

One thing I love about Crockpot cooking is coming across new recipes to try out. A while back I came across an old Crockpot meal magazine at a garage sale, and I have had fun adapting the recipes and trying them out. This Deluxe Ham and Potato Crockpot Casserole may not look like much, but it is the epitome of cheesy delicious comfort food. Best thing about it? The boys all loved it, so it is going in our permanent recipe list to make again in the future.

Ingredients:

1 lb. cubed ham
8 oz. sour cream
1 can cream of potato soup
1/2 a chopped onion
1/4 + 3 tbsp. melted butter
2-3 lbs. red potatoes diced
1 tsp. salt
8 oz. shredded cheddar cheese
2 c. boxed stuffing mix


Instructions:

Step 1: Mix together sour cream, soup, onion, salt and the 1/4 cup of melted butter in a separate bowl.

Step 2: Place the diced potatoes along with the cubed ham and cheese in the bottom of the Crockpot.

Step 3: Pour the soup mixture over the potato and ham mixture, and mix together.

Step 4: Place the 2 cups of stuffing on top of the potato and ham mixture in the Crockpot, and sprinkle with the remaining 3 tbsp. of melted butter.

Step 5: Cook on high for 5-6 hours or low for 8-10.

If you choose to make this into a freezer to Crockpot meal, you can freeze the soup mixture by itself. I would recommend adding the cheese, diced potatoes and ham at the time of cooking.

Recipe adapted from an old Crock-pot Slow Cooker magazine. 

26 Comments

  1. this sounds like a great one for the crock pot, my family is getting fussy about some foods in there, may be the way I am preparing them:)

  2. This looks wonderful. I have never tried it in the crockpot. We usually cook in the oven but I think I will try this.

  3. First off, I love using my slow cooker! Second off, this sounds like the perfect comfort food for a cool fall school night!

  4. I've been trying to so a lot of slow cooker recipes and I think this is one that my family will love! Pinning it so that I can try it!

    • You could leave the meat out all together, or you might consider something like turkey sausage, I think that could lend a really good flavor to the dish.

  5. I think it is so cool that you brought a recipe from an older book back to life, thank you for sharing here. I don't usually cook anything in a slow cooker but I sure would like to try doing so one day.

    • In the Fall and Winter I do almost all our dinners in the Crockpot. This is just such a busy time of the year, that it really helps cut down on my time in the kitchen and the amount of money we would spend eating out.

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