Cheesy Potatoes ~ creamy, cheesy, hash brown potato casserole topped with crushed potato chips and baked to golden perfection. This ultimate side dish can be prepped ahead of time and freezes well too.
Cheesy Potatoes ~ extra creamy and super cheesy ~ are my family’s #1 most requested side dish. They’re easy to make with only a few grocery store ingredients and never disappoint.
The recipe was shared by my sister-in-law Gloria, who makes them better than anyone and has been doing so since the 80’s. Give this kitchen-tested, crowd favorite a try. You won’t regret it.
Muffin Tin Potato Stacks with gouda cheese. Buttery, thinly sliced potatoes layered with smoked gouda cheese baked single serve in muffin tins until tender with crispy golden edges.
If you love potatoes as much as I do, you’ll be all over these Muffin Tin Potato Stacks with layers of buttery potatoes thinly sliced, creamy gouda cheese and hints of fresh lemon and thyme. The stacks are baked until tender with crispy golden edges.
They’re a hit at holiday time, but simple enough to enjoy all year.
Sweet and Russet Potato Hash with Bacon ~ sweet, savory and salty one skillet blend. Delicious side for breakfast or dinner.
This delicious one skillet side goes from breakfast to dinner and anytime in between. A delicious flavor blend of tender sweet potatoes, savory russets along with peppers and onions plus the unmistakable taste of crispy, salty bacon.
Sweet and Russet Potato Hash with Bacon ~ a rustic, hearty dish that’s so simple but so over the top good, you’ll want to make it again and again, so why not?
Cucumber Salad ~ fresh, crisp cucumbers sliced in a Greek yogurt, lemon-dill dressing. Assembles in 10 minutes and goes perfectly with almost any meal.
For some reason I always associate this creamy, lemon-herb dressed Cucumber Salad with summer, farm stands and grilling, but last week I happened to have all the ingredients in the refrigerator and was looking for an easy side so I made it with Apricot Glazed Pork Tenderloin.
I realized I be totally crazy saving this easy, tasty, healthy side dish just for summer.
You can make it with full fat sour cream but I’ve abandoned that ship for plain Greek yogurt in a lot of recipes, saving my calories for dessert.