Ultimate Loaded Baked Potato Casserole

Ultimate Loaded Baked Potato Casserole | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Image credits: What's For Tea? via Youtube


Potato casserole is a classic dish for potlucks as it complements almost all entrees. If you’re looking for the best potato casserole dish, try this recipe from What’s For Tea? on Youtube. It’s an effortless potato casserole recipe that tastes so amazing. It’s my go-to recipe as it’s a crowd favorite in our house, and they always finish this first. Try this recipe today and see for yourself. Watch the video below for the full recipe.



  • 4 potatoes, washed
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • salt and ground black pepper, to taste
  • 8 slices of streaky bacon (or any bacon)
  • 2.1 cups of sour cream
  • 3 cups of grated cheese
  • small handful of chopped chives


Step 1

To start, wash your potatoes thoroughly, then lay them in a baking dish. Prick the potatoes with a fork, coat them with olive oil, then sprinkle some salt and ground black pepper. Pop these in the oven and bake them for 45 minutes or until nice and tender. While waiting, pan-fry the bacon slices until crispy. Once done, cut your bacon into tiny pieces and transfer them to a bowl. Back to the potatoes, remove them from the oven, and let them cool a bit for five minutes.

Pricking holes to the potatoes before baking
Image credits: What’s For Tea? via Youtube


Step 2

Once the potatoes cooled down, cut them into bite-sized chunks. Now, start assembling your casserole. Layer half of the chopped potatoes into the bottom of the casserole dish, then half of the sour cream. Next, layer half of the chopped chives, then half of your cooked bacon, and a layer of your grated cheese. Repeat these steps, laying the remaining halves of the ingredients, then place the casserole into the oven at 400 degrees F and bake for twenty to twenty-five minutes.

Assembling the potato casserole
Image credits: What’s For Tea? via Youtube

Ultimate Loaded Baked Potato Casserole

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