Casseroles are great all-around dishes, whether you’re looking for a quick meal to serve your family or you’re in need of a favorite potluck recipe to add to your repertoire. And this healthy potato casserole recipe, which makes around six servings, promises a ton of great flavor while being better for you than a lot of other casserole dishes out there. In other words, you won’t experience guilt after enjoying this quick casserole! Once you’ve tried it for yourself, please go ahead and share the recipe with your friends and family on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter.
Our Quick & Healthy Potato Casserole only requires seven ingredients – and you may even have a few on hand. You’ll need Yukon Gold potatoes, onions, Cabot Lite50 Sharp Cheddar cheese, Dijon mustard, stock or reduced-sodium broth, Italian herb seasoning, and garlic salt. With these few ingredients, this healthy casserole is easy to prepare – even during the week. To save extra time, you can always slice the potatoes and onions and grate the cheese beforehand – that way, everything will be ready to go and come together even more quickly when cooking. Once the casserole is layered in a baking dish, it only takes about twenty minutes to cook in the microwave on a high setting. Yes, you read that right. This dish is so convenient to make that it doesn’t even require using an oven!
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1¼ pounds Yukon Gold potatoes, very thinly sliced
1 cup quartered and thinly sliced onion
4 ounces Cabot Lite50 Sharp Cheddar, grated or Cabot Lite50 Sharp Shredded Cheddar (about 1 cup)
½ teaspoon Italian herb seasoning
½ cup stock or reduced-sodium broth
1½ teaspoons Dijon mustard
½ teaspoon garlic salt
SPRAY an 8-inch microwave-safe baking dish with nonstick cooking spray.
PLACE ⅓ of potatoes and ½ of onions on the bottom of the dish and sprinkle with ⅓ cheese and ½ herbs. Repeat layers, then top with the last ⅓ of potatoes, layering potatoes so that there is a solid layer of potatoes with no gaps; sprinkle with remaining cheese.
STIR together stock, Dijon and garlic salt and pour over the potatoes.
Cover with plastic wrap and microwave on high for 20 minutes.
REMOVE dish from microwave, using oven mitts; carefully remove cover from dish due to steam build-up and serve.
Five stars for the recipe but three stars for me because I used yellow onions and the onion taste dominated the dish. I will use a sweet onion next time and there will be a next time.
Easy and tasty potato dish. Using a mandolin to slice the potatoes makes this very quick to put together. With the leftovers I made a Spanish tortilla in the oven for breakfast the next day right in the same casserole I cooked the potatoes. 2 meals and only one dirty dish!
Absolute TOPS!! I varied the measurements because I just eyeballed amounts still layering in right proportions. At the end I just added a bit of
XX cream and sprinkling of white pepper. The thinness of slicking is the secret, and making three layers (or even more ) layers is key to cooking everything right. But think slicking is PARAMOUNT.
Great just as it is. I did use fresh finely chopped garlic though rather than garlic salt. I try not to eat potatoes too often, but I keep thinking bout this recipe so I'm making it again tonight.
We love this recipe if potatoes are on the menu for dinner! So easy, flavorful, and healthier than the old recipe I used to make. Hope you try this and review as well.
I really did need a quick casserole.
This was simple and only took 20 minutes in the microwave.
It is tasty.
I think I will try some variations next time, such as green onions rather than yellow; fresh mushrooms; other herbs and different cheeses. There’s no limit with such a basic recipe.