Gluten Free Potato Bake

gluten free potato bakePlease excuse the very obvious bad photo taken with my mobile. My poor old camera has bitten the dust.

This week I showing you the recipe for Gluten Free Potato Bake. This recipe is from The best thing about this best recipe is that you can add pumpkin, sweet potato, carrot, parsnip – anything else really to it and it makes a really yummy vegie bake. A fantastic way to get the vegies into the kids! It is something that gets rave reviews wherever I go. It is also good as you can adjust for the amount of mouths you are feeding.

Gluten Free Potato Bake

  • 4 potatoes, peeled and sliced
  • 1 onion, peeled and sliced
  • 300 ml cream(light works well also)
  • grated cheese – use as much as you want!

Lightly grease a baking dish – I use spray oil. Then spread a layer of sliced potato on the bottom. Then add the a little onion, cream and a grated cheese. Add another layer of sliced potato – followed by the cream, onion and cheese. Continue until you run out of diosh or ingredients.

Finish with grated cheese. Bake in 180-190 degree ove. If the top gets too brown, then top with some foil. It can take a good 90 mins for the size I did above. When the potatoes are soft is when you know its cooked.


Weekly Menu Plan

Monday – Chicken Burgers and Gluten Free Potato Bake

TuesdaySlow Cooker Lasagne (rollover from last week)

WednesdayGluten Free Vegetarian Bean Burgers with homemade wedges and steamed veg

Thursday -Gluten Free Tuna and Mushroom Bake with garlic bread

Friday -Vegetable Curry plus Chicken pieces for the boys

SaturdayHomemade Gluten Free Pizza

Sunday – Simple Supper

Check out 100′s of other Menu Plan Monday menus over at Org Junkie!

Have a wonderful week


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One Response to Gluten Free Potato Bake

  1. Love a potato bake! I make one very similar to this. It is always worth waiting the time for it to cook – so delicious.
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