Cheesy? Cheesey? I have no idea how that’s spelled, and the WordPress spell checker isn’t doing me any favors. Uhhh and even considers “WordPress” to be spelled wrong. You’d think I’d Google it before committing to it being my in blog title (and permanently in the link!), but I like to live dangerously. Especially when it comes to cheese. Not that I eat old cheese or questionable cheese… basically, I just love eating dangerous amounts of cheese.
Which I think is pretty normal. Right, guys?
On topic and because you’re probably wondering, here’s a list of everything I love about cheesy potatoes: 1. cheesy 2. potatoes. End of list. Do you need anything more? What I specifically loved about these cheesy potatoes is a much longer list. If I’m not double counting the cheesy and potatoes aspects, here we go: no weird/super processed ingredients like condensed soup, no pre-cooking the potatoes, ready and waiting for me when I get home from work, magically tastes like my grandma’s famous cheesy potatoes without even being similar. <– isn’t that last one just crazy? Her recipe used pre-cooked potatoes and involved making a legit cheese sauce while mine basically is just throwing everything in a slow cooker and getting delicious homey (homy?) flavors out of it with a fraction of the effort.
The most important thing you learned today:
Kelly struggles with “y” vs “ey” delicious cheesy potatoes are just a slow cooker away. Vegan? Sorry, I haven’t recipe tested a vegan-ified version of this. Try these vegan potatoes loaded with cheesy goodness.
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