Recipe – Kentucky Potatoes

potato casserole at happyhomefairy.com - perfect dish for potlucks - never any leftovers and SO easy!!!St. Patrick’s Day tends to bring out the potato-lover in many of us.

THIS POST has a bunch of great spud-themed crafts and treats for St. Patrick’s Day, but I realized that I have never shared my mom’s famous Kentucky Potato recipe here on the blog.

It’s about time!

Trust me, friends, this casserole is amazing. Β It is so easy to make and it tastes great alongside ham or turkey (if you’re starting to plan your Easter dinner menu) or simply with a spoon in the middle of the night.

potato casserole ingredientsIngredients:

1 bag of frozen Potatoes O’Brien with onions and peppers

3 cans Cream of Potato soup

16 oz Sour Cream

2 cups Cheddar Cheese, shredded

Directions:

potato casserole combineStep 1 – Pour everything in a big bowl.

potato casserole mix it up!Step 2 – Mix everything up.

potato casserole dishStep 3 – Dump into a 9×13 casserole dish.

(You can see – this is not rocket science.) :-)

delicious kentucky potatoes by happyhomefairy.comStep 4 – Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour.

Don’t they kind of look like a big pot of gold???

Maybe we should call them Pot of Gold Potatoes instead!

Better than anything a leprechaun could bring – if you’re the kind of person who likes food more than money. :-)

Happy Kentucky Potato-ing!

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7 thoughts on “Recipe – Kentucky Potatoes

    • Brittani, it’s my mom’s! I just called her to ask and she can’t remember! I’ll see if I can dig anything up on it… It was a gift… Possibly from Southern Living when they used to have consultants and products?? I will let you know if we think of it! xoxo

      • Hi Julie, I wonder if it is from Crate and Barrel – I have a similar one from there that is smaller. :-) Thank you for your awesome blog! God bless you and your precious family!!

  1. This Kentucky girl thinks Kentucky is the pot of gold under the rainbow. Looks very yummy! I see this on my menu very soon. Thanks!

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