Betty’s Slow Cooker Ham and Potato Casserole

In this video, Betty demonstrates how to make Slow Cooker Ham and Potato Casserole. This is a wonderful way to use your leftover Easter ham; however, you can make it with any cooked ham! Ingredients: 1 pound cooked ham, cut into cubes, ½-inch on a side 4 medium-sized uncooked potatoes, peeled and cut into ¼-inch slices 1 medium onion, chopped 1 cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese 10 ¾-oz. can cream of mushroom soup, undiluted 10 ¾-oz. can cream of celery soup, undiluted (Note: if you don’t like these two soups, you may substitute 2 cans of “cream of anything” soup.) Layer 1 pound of cooked ham cubes, 4 medium sliced potatoes, 1 chopped onion, and 1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese in a slow cooker, making about 4 alternating layers of each. Pour a 10 ¾-oz. can of cream of mushroom soup and a 10 ¾-oz. can of cream of celery soup over the top. Spread the soups, so that they cover the top layer completely. Turn the slow cooker to HIGH and cook for about 6 hours or on LOW for 8 to 10 hours. Check the potatoes with a fork to make sure they are tender, and serve while hot. (You may bake this in a large casserole dish in a 350-degree (F) oven for about 2 hours, if you prefer; just check to make sure the potatoes are tender.) This is a perfect way to use your leftover Easter ham; however, if you do not have leftover ham, you may buy about a 1-inch slice of cooked deli ham and chop it into cubes for this recipe. I hope you enjoy this recipe! We love it, even without leftover ham! –Betty 


  1. 110cottoncandy says:

    can i use chicken noodle soup instead of any other kind of cream soups?

  2. bettyskitchen says:

    @110cottoncandy Chicken noodle soup has a good flavor, but it is not very creamy. If you use it, maybe you should thicken it a bit with cornstarch and add a little milk. I would actually add the cornstarch and milk and heat and stir it before adding it to the crock pot.
    –Betty :)

  3. 110cottoncandy says:

    how much cornstarch and milk would i need if i put in chicken noodle soup?

  4. bettyskitchen says:

    @110cottoncandy For one can, I would add1/2 cup milk and1 teaspoon cornstarch; a touch of butter would be good to tie those flavors together.
    –Betty :)

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