Crock Pot Ham and Scalloped Potatoes

Crock Pot Ham and Scalloped Potatoes

Hey hey everyone!! Millie from 2 Crochet Hooks here and I am so excited to be guest cooking over here with Felicia @ Nifty Thrifty Family! Best thing about guest cooking, you mess up someone else's kitchen! :) Thanks Felicia for inviting us over!
crock pot Ham and scalloped potatoes
Today we are making Ham and Scalloped Potatoes for the crock pot. This is a super simple recipe and you can vary the servings by increasing the amount of the ingredients. Today I am making enough for 3-4 - dinner for hubby and myself and lunch the next day. Double the ingredients to feed 6-8 people (depending on hungry level!).
Ingredients
You will need (I used the smaller amount):
4-8 potatoes, sliced
(we don't eat onions but add some if you like them)
2-4 cups of ham, sliced or chunks (we used fresh ham here but have used every type of ham imaginable and it works!)
1-2 cans of cream soup of your choice of flavors (we used Chicken with Herbs)
1 1/2 - 3 cups of cheddar cheese
Pepper to taste
Parsley, to taste
Layer potatoes
Add 1/3rd of your sliced potatoes to the bottom of the crock pot and a few twists of the pepper grinder (add onions if using next). Top with 1/3 of the cheese, then 1/3 ham. Continue with layers, ending with ham.
add soup
Whisk the cream soup with a half can of milk or water (smaller recipe) or 1 can of liquid (larger recipe) and a couple shakes of parsley or spices of your choice, and pour over the top. Wiggle a spoon around to make sure liquid manages to get through all the layers. I typically check about half way through to see if it needs more liquid.
Slow cooker ham and scalloped potatoesCook 6-8 hours on low for smaller recipe, 8-10 for larger or until potatoes are to desired doneness. Serve and enjoy!
Do you have a great ham recipe for the slow cooker? We love ham over here and are always looking for new recipes! Thanks again to Felicia for inviting us over to cook for you all today! Have a great week!
Millie Cardwell of 2 Crochet Hooks

Thank you so much Millie for sharing this awesome recipe. Don't forget to swing by 2 Crochet Hooks blog and check out their other great posts.


Learn more about Millie and Kristina in their bio on how they got their start. 

Bio- A fewyears ago when Kristina was living in Texas, she came home to visit. With her she brought the granddaughter, a skein of yarn and some crochet hooks. By the time she left I was totally in love with the granddaughter and hooked on crochet. I decided to make a blanket for the hubby but I had a hard time keeping my rows straight so started looking at afghan patterns. I discovered two things – I didn’t understand the patterns and granny squares are totally cool!Now, I am trying to teach myself how to sew and do other crafts while learning the blogging world.


I must say I am blessed to meet Millie and Kristina. I have teamed up with them on two weekly link parties - Retro Repin on Tursday nights and the Snickerdoodle Sunday on Saturday nights.  Thru these two blog hopes Millie and Kristina have taught me so much. Thank you Millie and Kristina for being my guest this week.