Shaved Parmesan, whole milk, and whipping cream form a decadent white sauce for this rosemary-sprinkled, bacon-studded potato gratin.
This garlicky potato gratin slices into beautiful bars for a potluck, should you wish to share it. What cheese you use is up to you—mild, melty cheeses like Swiss or provolone are good choices!
Three cheese!? You just might have to taste these scalloped potatoes to believe it. Use cream of potato soup to make this dish unbelievably creamy while the tantalizing combination of Gouda, blue cheese, and Parmesan makes it ultra-cheesy.
What makes this potato gratin recipe destined for autumn, you ask? Fresh butternut squash, of course! Take your scalloped potatoes to the next level by layering thin slices of butternut squash among Yukon gold potatoes, then cover it all with a cheesy, creamy sage sauce.
This recipe for scalloped potatoes takes the prize for the prettiest side dish around. Layering purple cabbage in with your potatoes creates a stunning, colorful dish that just becomes even more irresistible with a sprinkle of golden bread crumbs on top.
Can't decide between russet potatoes and sweet potatoes? Just make both! There's plenty of room in your casserole dish to make scalloped potatoes with both, and this potato recipe makes plenty of creamy, buttery sauce to go around.
Shredded Granny Smith apples lend subtle sweetness to this rich, creamy potato bake. A sprinkle of bacon and green onions dresses up this casserole for a holiday dinner—but truthfully, we'd eat this year-round.
These scalloped potatoes are special enough for the holidays, but we give you permission to make them at any time of year. Combine Yukon golds and sweet potatoes to make a colorful casserole, then bathe the potatoes in a creamy, cheesy tarragon sauce.
One potato, two potato, red potato, sweet potato! Red potatoes and sweet potatoes both have a role to play in this easy, cheesy dish. Keeping it simple means this dish can be prepped in just 25 minutes, so you'll have time to whip up a side of scalloped potatoes for any occasion.
Add white cheddar and mustard to your list of dynamic flavor duos. They give an otherwise gooey and comforting potato bake a sharp, zingy punch—in the best possible way!
A sprinkle of walnuts gives these scalloped potatoes toasty crunch and a gorgeous appearance, but most of this casserole's nutty flavor comes from an invisible ingredient: the walnut oil infused in its decadent herbed white sauce.
If you want your scalloped potato recipe to be light on the sauce but heavy on flavor, look no further than this herbed au gratin. These cheesy scalloped potatoes have a decadent Gruyere and Parmesan topping, plus plenty of fresh sage and thyme.
Layers of potatoes nestle in a garlicky cream sauce brightened with fresh thyme and a dash of nutmeg. A short stint under the broiler gives this bake its golden, crusty top—no crumb topping required!
If you haven't made your scalloped potatoes au gratin with goat cheese before, you have to try this recipe tonight. Parmesan also plays a role in making these potatoes extra cheesy, but mixing in goat cheese makes them irresistibly creamy and rich.
Fontina, if you haven't tried it, is a Swisslike cheese with a slightly sweet edge to its nutty flavor. And it melts gorgeously over thinly sliced sweet potatoes in a bath of herbed cream.
Technically this potato casserole's title refers to the tiny new potatoes forming its tender, gooey foundation. But this bake's modern mix of flavors—nutty Swiss, spicy cayenne, sweet and pungent nutmeg—is undeniably new and trendy, too.
Craving a scalloped potatoes fix but no time to babysit your spuds? We're betting this delish five-ingredient dish (that simmers in the slow cooker!) is just what you're looking for.
Sweet potatoes sub for their russet cousins in this toothsome take on classic scalloped potatoes. And as if that weren't luscious enough, we added soft, creamy Mexican cheese to the top and spiked it with chipotle. You're welcome.
This recipe takes it back to basics; choose your favorite type of potatoes, then slather them in a creamy, buttery sauce. No frills, just delicious, tender, classic scalloped potatoes. If you want to take this basic recipe up a notch, just follow our instructions for turning them into cheesy scalloped potatoes.
When you make basic au gratin potatoes, you can serve them with almost any entree. We can't think of any meal that wouldn't be improved by these Parmesan-topped potatoes! If you want to give these simple scalloped potatoes a makeover, use our variations to transform them into Seafood and Goat Cheese Gratin, or Mushroom and Blue Cheese Gratin.