Crockpot Ham & Cheese Potatoes

Everyone loves a good Crockpot recipe, and these Crockpot Ham & Cheese Potatoes are an excellent side dish or meal in themselves. All of your favorite flavors in one simple meal that is so easy to make will become a regular on your menu plan.

Everyone loves a good Crockpot recipe, and these Crockpot Ham & Cheese Potatoes are an excellent side dish or meal in themselves. - Teaspoon of Goodness


Prepare this simple Crockpot recipe to cook while you work, do chores or relax with your family. While this is a smaller portion, you can easily double this batch (you will need to extend the cooking time) to feed your family as an entire meal and not just a side dish.

Prep your potatoes and ham by cutting into bite sized chunks. You will want to put your potatoes in a separate bowl to toss with the flour and garlic powder. You may also add some salt and pepper if desired at this point.

Layer the potatoes, cheese and ham in two layers. You’ll want to begin with potatoes and end with the ham and cheese layer. Your final step before covering and cooking is to pour the whipping cream over the top so it drains down through the layers.

Everyone loves a good Crockpot recipe, and these Crockpot Ham & Cheese Potatoes are an excellent side dish or meal in themselves. - Teaspoon Of Goodness

This Crock pot ham & cheese potato dish will easily cook in around 4.5 hours. Depending on the size of your Crock pot and temperature options, it may be ready in less time.

Crock Pot Ham & Cheese With Potatoes

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Crock Pot Ham & Cheese With Potatoes
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Serves: 2.5 cups
  • 1 small sweet potato
  • 1 small white potato
  • ½ C cut up ham chunks
  • 1 Tsp garlic powder
  • ½ C shredded cheddar cheese
  • 3 slices Muenster cheese
  • ¼ C flour
  • ¾ C heavy whipping cream
  1. *This recipe is for a small crock pot, though it will work for a large crock pot as well*
  2. Begin by slicing the potatoes in half and then in thin slices.
  3. Add the potatoes to a large bowl and add in flour and garlic powder and toss until all is covered.
  4. Spray crock pot with olive oil and layer half of the sliced potatoes.
  5. Sprinkle on half the cheeses and ham.
  6. Continue by adding on the rest of the sliced potatoes and topping off with cheeses and ham.
  7. Pour the heavy whipping cream over the top and cook on low heat for 4.5 hours.

Everyone loves a good Crockpot recipe, and these Crockpot Ham & Cheese Potatoes are an excellent side dish or meal in themselves. - Teaspoon of Goodness

This dish is a great choice to go along side your favorite chicken, pork chops or steak.  Keep in mind the ingredients and directions below are for a small crock pot.  If you want to turn this recipe into a meal you can double the ingredients to make larger servings and add more ham and your favorite vegetables.  Asparagus, broccoli and green beans are a great choice to pair with this dish.

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  1. Maria says

    What a waste of time! I doubled the recipe, but does that mean I should have doubled the time too?! The potatoes were no where near cooked after 3 hours! Added some milk and turned it to high, hopefully it will cook eventually :-/
    Should have made this in the oven cause I’d have been able to eat by now!

    • Brandy says

      Maria –
      I’m sorry your potatoes are not cooked yet. By doubling the recipe you will need to extend the cooking time as it adds more layers to heat.

      • Brandy says

        I can’t say for sure but I would guess maybe 1.5 hours but I would check it a couple of times before that time is up.

    • Daisy says

      The recipe said to cook for 4 hours not 3. If I double it I will plan 5 hours but check after 4.5 hours. Looks delicious.

    • Rhonda says

      I am really shocked at a few of the comments. Maria, it is common sense to add more cooking time when you double or triple a recipe. Cooking is not perfect. You have to judge and check as you go.
      On another note….
      Brandy, thank you for a yummy recipe. We loved it.

    • Brandy says

      As a side dish for 6 I would make a double batch and that should leave you with very little leftovers. If you are feeding 6 adults with big appetites I would triple the recipe to be on the safe side. Remember that if you are making larger batches you will need to extend the cooking time to account for the extra layers.

  2. Jessica says

    I made this for dinner tonight and it was amazing. Big hit with the whole family. I doubled the recipe and opted to put it in the oven at 350F for 1.5 hours rather than the crockpot (faster and with more browned cheese bits on the edges). Came out beautifully. Thanks for the recipe!

  3. Sarah says

    I quadrupled this. Make it the night before except for the cream. Put it on the crock and throw the cream in right before I head to work on low. 9 hours later it’s perfect. Also my ham is precooked and I only use yellow potatoes. Feeds 3 adults with about 2-3 leftovers. Thanks!

  4. Vicky says

    I made this last night with leftover Easter ham. It made a huge amount, although the two of us were able to put away a good portion of it with hubby having 2 servings. VERY rich and creamy with a very thick sauce! I added some sliced onion and liked the contrast of the sweet and savory. The sweet potato cooked up faster than the white potato which was still a bit firm when we ate. The next time I’ll use 1/2 and 1/2 and use only sweet potatoes with sliced onions. Very good. One more thing. I only used 2 tablespoons of flour to the potatoes and I had to add some milk during cooking to thin it out a bit. Thaks.

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