No ImageCheesy Funeral Potatoes From Scratch

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  1. Judy

    I make this all the time, my family loves it, but I’ve never used fresh potatoes. I will have to try it that way. But, I do add a 7 oz can of diced green chilies to mine (for a 9×13) and it is a delicious addition!

  2. Jan

    I followed this recipe to the letter except for using canned cream of chicken soup and omitting the buttered panko crumbs. It is positively swimming in grease by the time it’s done. Has anyone looked at the fat content of this recipe, or the ratio of liquids to the amount of potatoes used? It tastes good, but if you are health-conscious you won’t make it for your family.


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  3. Lynn

    Have you tried this in a crock pot? I need them for brunch at 11 am so don’t have all day for them to cook in the crock pot but need them to stay warm over a 3 hour time period.

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  4. Jarrett

    Is this good to have at a Wake?

  5. 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!!

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