No ImageCheesy Funeral Potatoes From Scratch

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  1. Kristi

    The recipe looks great, and I will try it soon. I wanted to comment that “Funeral Potato’s” are not similar at all to the British famous Cottage Pie. Cottage Pie is similar to Shepard’s Pie, made with ground beef, or lamb, bathed in a rich, thick sauce, and diced carrots, onion, and peas, then topped with whipped potato’s. Not the same as your recipe. Thank you!!

  2. Louise

    I haven’t tried it yet but do you mix the canned cream of mushroom soup with the milk first before using it or not?

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  3. Kathryn

    This recipe is amazing! I made it for my family Easter dinner and everyone enjoyed them so much. I would like to know if anyone has a carb count per serving (or even better, carbs per ounce so we can go by weight)??

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  4. Sherri Shackelford

    These potatoes will have you have lurking outside of funeral homes hoping for a Wake. This recipe is a little fussier than a can of Campbell’s and a bag of Ore Ida, but totally worth the effort. As Summer states, prep ahead of time and you’ll be fine. Use your giant Tupperware bowl for mixing–the one we all use for Chex mix – this batch makes a lot. My 8×8 pan was at capacity. Make them for dinner, and warm them up with a side of eggs the next morning. Or add cubed ham and call it a meal. If you don’t have panko, go to the store and buy some. Cornflakes should only be used for cornflake Christmas Wreaths and nothing else.

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  5. Rene

    I add a 7 oz. can of green chilis and a large can of shredded white chicken to mine.

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