Green Giant™ Fresh Goldust Potatoes

Easy, peasy, potato-cheesy! That's how we like to describe this time-saving recipe. The whole family will love, and come back for more of, these Crockpot Cheesy Potatoes from Green Giant™ Fresh.

If you read our corresponding Health Benefits article about potatoes, then you know just how important it is to be feeding your family potatoes every day. The best part is that your family won't get tired of potatoes because potatoes are THE versatile healthy veggie! Enjoy them baked, fried, mashed, steamed, roasted, grilled, microwaved, or boiled – and now Crockpot-ed. (It's not a word, but that's fine...just keep reading on for the recipe).

Why do we love this recipe? Let us count the ways:

  • Easy Clean-up: Just one bowl for mixing and one Crockpot for cooking.
  • Minimal Ingredients: Four...yes...FOUR ingredients make this scrumptious side.
  • Texture & Flavor: Goldust® potatoes bring the maximum texture and flavor to this delish side-dish.
  • Leftover Material: If you do end up with any leftovers, they save well in the fridge or can be frozen, too.
TIP: Slice potatoes the same thickness so they cook evenly, or use a mandolin slicer for precise cuts. Double the recipe to make in a large Crockpot – serve some with dinner and freeze the other half for a last-minute heat-and-eat side!

Ingredients:

  • 6-8 Green Giant™ Fresh Goldust® potatoes, sliced
  • 1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup
  • 8 oz. container sour cream
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
Preparation Steps
  1. In a large bowl combined all ingredients and mix until well combined.
  2. Spray Crock-Pot with cooking spray and pour in mixture.
  3. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or until potatoes are tender.


Comments



8 responses to “Green Giant™ Fresh Goldust Potatoes”

  1. I had no idea that potatoes were packed with so many healthy benefits! I appreciate recipes which show so many ways to cook and enjoy them!

  2. Crock Easy Potatoes we are going to try as a new addition to our Christmas dinner!
    Ok. I may make a practice run first on my Birthday a few days before. Just to be sure…and maybe tomorrow. To make sure for my birthday!😆

  3. OMG, I love potatoes. These Goldust potatoes look so delicious. My grandmother used to make boiled gold potatoes and she would place the potato on your plate so you could mash it with your fork, then place butter, salt and pepper on it to your liking. That was such a simple way to eat potatoes but they were tastier than eating a mashed, whipped potato.
    I miss grandma, but I make her gold boiled potatoes often and would love to try the Goldust.

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