8 Scalloped Potato Recipes to Complete Your Easter Feast

Not only do scalloped potatoes feed a crowd, but they're also endlessly creamy and comforting.

Scalloped Potato Gratin: Tyler Florence

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You’ve dyed the hard-boiled eggs and you’ve readied the ham. But what about the side dishes for your Easter feast? Look no further than a tray of bubbly, oh so cheesy scalloped potatoes. Not only do they feed a crowd, but they’re also endlessly creamy and comforting. Read on below for our best-of-the-best recipes.

With more than 500 fan reviews and a 5-star rating, Tyler Florence’s easy-to-make recipe is a tried-and-true favorite you can trust. The secret to his recipe is steeping the cream with herbs and garlic for flavor that doesn’t overpower the finished product.

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Chef Name: Ree Drummond Full Recipe Name: Scalloped Potatoes and Ham Talent Recipe: Ree Drummond's Scalloped Potatoes and Ham as seen on The Pioneer Woman FNK Recipe: Project: Foodnetwork.com, Back to School/Sandwich Central/Dinner and a Movie/Sides Show Name: The Pioneer Woman Food Network / Cooking Channel: Food Network

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Renee Comet, 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

You know that ham you’re making for the centerpiece of your holiday meal? Add a bit of it to The Pioneer Woman’s potato casserole for especially hearty results. She blankets the dish with plenty of Monterey Jack cheese, which turns melty in the oven.

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Tara Donne, 2009, Tara Donne.

Three ingredients and everyday seasonings are all it takes to turn out Bobby’s Flay’s 5-star scalloped potatoes. He infuses cream with chipotle pepper puree to drizzle over stacked slices of golden sweet potatoes.

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Kana Okada Prop Stylist: Marina Malchin 917 751 2855 , Kana Okada 2012

It’s all about the combination of cheeses in Food Network Magazine’s individual-size side dishes. While the sharp white cheddar provides a subtle bite and melts beautifully, the Parmesan delivers the salty nuttiness you crave.

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A Golden Brown Baked Dish with Herbs to serve as a Frugal Weekend Dinner Side

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Food - Jamie Kimm Prop - Marcus Hay

Just a dollop of creme fraiche mixed in with the half-and-half is enough to offer a tangy bite throughout the layers of tender potatoes in this big-batch recipe from Food Network Magazine.

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Kana Okada, 2012

There’s no shortage of taste or texture in this top-rated casserole from Food Network Magazine. Not only is the dish bathed in a cheesy cream sauce, but it’s layered with sweet broiled veggies, like bell peppers and onions, as well as crispy breadcrumbs.

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Yes, it’s indeed possible to cook up a healthy dish of scalloped potatoes. The key to this Food Network Magazine recipe? Using just a bit of butter and opting for a balance of low-fat and whole milk to keep things light while maintaining the flavor you know and love.

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Food Network Kitchen’s Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes from Slow-Cooker Recipes for Easter for KIDS CAN BAKE/KIDS CAN MAKE/EASTER, as seen on Food Network.

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Renee Comet, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

“Keeping the potatoes thin is the secret to this recipe’s success,” the chefs in Food Network Kitchen explain. “Try using a mandoline to slice them evenly.”

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