Pioneer Woman’s Potatoes au Gratin are made using whole potatoes (no peeling needed), cream, butter, and cheese and are in done in less than an hour.
Few things could make Monday better than the recipe for Pioneer Woman’s Potatoes au Gratin. They are very literally perfect; cheesy, starchy, potato-laden heaven. Not only are they delicious, they are easy too. You don’t even have to peel the potatoes! These are a perfect side for any grilled meat and are one of my favorite dishes to take to pot-lucks and family dinners. It’s a recipe that you need in your archive, and if eating gluten free is an issue for you or a family member I have instructions on how to make this dish gluten free in the notes. I highly recommend pinning this one; it’s a keeper.
Can we go over the fact that you don’t have to peel the potatoes! That makes this recipe worth it’s weight in gold. It takes a little less than an hour to bake, so I have to be sure to plan on it, so that it’s done when I need it to be. But it only has about 15 minutes of hands on time that include washing and cutting up the potatoes and layering all of the cheesy creamy goodness in a dish. My kids can even help with the potato washing/cutting which makes the process go quickly. This is one of those dishes that always turns out well and it always tastes good. I can’t wait for you to try it.
Long live all the cheese topped potato recipes.