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Au Gratin

Betty Crocker Casserole Potatoes - Au Gratin

100% real scalloped potatoes in a creamy cheddar sauce with dashes of onion and herbs. A perfect side dish for your family meal.

2.4 oz, 4.9 oz, 8.1 oz

(12 Ratings)
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cashew22 said: Posted: 1/19/2014 3:48 PM
I have found a way to make the casserole an entire meal in 1 pot and my kids love it. Start by browning 1 to 1 1/2 pounds of hamburger seasoned to taste (I use Garlic powder-seasoned salt, and teriyaki sauce) then combine with 2 packages of Au Gratin potatoes --finally cover entire top with Tater-Tot potatoes with a bit more seasoned salt---cover and cook untill almost done, uncover and add grated cheddar and let top brown until finished.---Sometimes i mix in frozen broccoli bits at the start to make it nutritionally more complete
 
hera3 said: Posted: 12/28/2013 6:32 PM
I tried this for the first time tonight. 2 cups of water is 'way too much; very runny results. The blend of spices, however, is perfect, and they taste wonderful. The next time, I'll use only one cup of water.
 
Tally71 said: Posted: 9/25/2013 3:12 PM
I try to keep on hand, if in a pinch can throw it together, or can doctor it up if inclined but the last minute ease on the stove top when time is short is a blessing. Compared to other brands you win hands down.
 
jodismom said: Posted: 6/19/2013 4:40 PM
This review could be used for each of these potato casserole mixes....somehow, the quantity of dried potatoes included in the mixes keeps decreasing, but the amounts required for the sauces remain the same. I have found for the scalloped, 4 cheese, augratin, and now the sour cream and chives all neede at least 2 or 3 good sized potatoes sliced thin and added to the dish. Otherwise there's so much sauce it looks more like soup. The flavor is too good to get this kind of "downsizing". Please return the amount of dried potatoes to a reasonable amount.
 
Shortyblueyes said: Posted: 6/6/2013 6:33 PM
I like these a lot, just wish there was more in the box. Seems like a small amount for a casserole-style dish. I usually add shredded cheddar and/or a slice of American cheese if I have it available. Tonight to bulk up the volume, I added an entire potato, thinly sliced, salt and pepper, and a little garlic powder. Smells good so far...hope it tastes good, too.
 
kdychton said: Posted: 4/21/2013 4:55 PM
Since my stove was out of commission I tried making the au gratin potatoes in the microwave. I followed all the directions to the letter maybe using even a little less liquid. They turned out like soup and were very bland tasting. I wonder if the micro directions are right as they call for 2 3/4 cups of hot water and 1/2 cup of milk where the oven/stove top call for 2 cups!!
 
ChicagoLady said: Posted: 2/11/2012 4:09 PM
We love these! We have eaten your Au Gratin potatoes for decades and just love them. We make them on the stove top and use 1/2 and 1/2. They will thicken up beautifully, are never runny, and are extremely flavorful. Top with chopped fresh parsley, paprika, or whatever your heart desires! Thank you for a delicious, reliable, consistent product.
 
A_smart1 said: Posted: 1/25/2012 1:11 PM
I use less water than called for and add shredded cheddar cheese over top, halfway through cooking time. Then let them rest. We love these.
 
markdwine said: Posted: 12/15/2011 10:07 AM
Love the boxed potatoes. You MUST make sure you do not use any more liquid than called for. Also, do not use any more butter or margarine than called for. (I always use butter) You MUST let the potatoes rest so they will not be runny. Oven use take a lot of time, so I usually make the on the stove top.
 
Janillya said: Posted: 11/7/2011 7:05 PM
Sadly disappointed. This product has a chemical taste. I've tried it twice to be sure that it wasn't just me. My husband and friends agree. Will not buy again.
 
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