Potato Casserole

My easy potato casserole is creamy, cheesy, and delicious! The perfect mix between mac n cheese vibes and mashed potatoes. This is a family favorite recipe that everyone loves. Don't forget to add in your leafy greens like green onion or chives for that healthy feeling. 😉
20 minutes
40 minutes
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This is our estimate based on online research.
Fat:34 g
Carbohydrates:35 g
Protein:29 g
Cholesterol:81 g
Sodium:1526 mg
Fiber:4 g
Sugars:4 g
Calculated per serving.

Serves: 5

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Mashed Potatoes



Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. Bring a pot on your stovetop to boil
  2. Grease a baking dish with cooking spray (if you don't have cooking spray, use butter or margarine to coat the sides)
  3. Wash, peel, and cube your potatoes, and set aside
  4. Once water is boiling, throw in your potato cubes (we cube them so it boils quicker, it should take 20min, depending on the temperature you have it at)
  5. As your potatoes boil, slice up your green onion and shred your cheese
  6. Poke your potatoes with a fork or knife. If the potatoes pierce easily, your potatoes are ready
  7. Drain your potatoes and place them back into your pot
  8. With a potato masher, mash your potatoes (they might seem chunky at first)
  9. Add your evaporated milk, salt, pepper, and butter to your pot and continue to mash
  10. Fold in your green onions and adjust your pepper or salt according to what you like
  11. Place your mashed potatoes mixture into your baking dish in an even layer
  12. Sprinkle your cheeses over the top of the mashed potatoes
  13. Bake at 400F for 25min (or until the cheese has melted with a beautiful golden colour)
  14. Serve hot, and enjoy!


You don't need any fancy equipment to make this. A pot and potato hand masher will do the trick. If you're really in a crunch, you can make your mashed potatoes from the box, but I always prefer homemade. I tend to make this as a side dish when serving a warm roast or burgers. It compliments literally anything so well. The best part of this recipe is getting to lick to spoon once you've put it into the oven. 😝

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