Serve this delicious slow cooker casserole recipe for Crock-Pot Cheesy Potatoes and Ham for dinner or even breakfast. Hashbrown potatoes, cheese and ham combine for a hearty dish that everyone will love! Bonus points because this recipe can also be made into a slow cooker freezer meal!
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Crock-Pot Cheesy Potatoes and Ham
I really love making this recipe because I don’t have to deal with any sort of raw meat. Because let’s face it, raw meat is sort of gross. I purchased and used a couple of ham steaks that are easily found at just about any American grocery store. But if you have leftover ham from say Christmas or Easter this recipe would be a perfect way to use some of that ham up.
For the potatoes I use frozen hash brown potatoes, either the diced or shredded kind will work. Frozen potatoes are just super easy and you don’t have to spend any time peeling and cutting up potatoes.
But if you want to use fresh potatoes you of course can do that. Just be sure to rinse your cut or shredded potatoes very well to remove excess starch.
There is plenty of salt from the ham in this recipe that to avoid an overtly salty finished casserole, it is best to use low-sodium cream of mushroom soup in this recipe.
I personally have zero aversions to using cream-of-something type soups when I cook from time to time. However if you would prefer not to use them you can use this fabulous recipe for Cream of “Something” Soup Mix from One Orange Giraffe. I have used this mix for at least 10 years and it works great!
This slow cooker recipe is pretty versatile in that you can use other “cream of” type soups or even add in some vegetables. One example I like is adding frozen broccoli florets and using cream of broccoli soup instead. Super yummy!
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