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Skinny Scalloped Potato Gratin

By: Gina from
Skinny Scalloped Potato Gratin
Skinny Scalloped Potato Gratin

Do you ever wish you could enjoy a big, cheesy scoop of potato gratin without worrying about the calories? Well, Skinny Scalloped Potato Gratin is about to make your dreams come true! Because the golden Yukon potatoes in this healthy side dish are naturally buttery, this recipe does not add as much butter as the original dish does, which makes it a lot less fattening. It still has the same rich flavor as traditional scalloped potato gratin, but this doesn't come with as much guilt. This is a must-have dish for every family gathering.

NotesNutritional Information
Serving Size: about a cup
Calories 160.2
Fat: 4.4 g
Total Carbohydrates: 24.6 g
Dietary Fiber: 1.8 g
Protein: 7.2 g
Sugar: 2.6 g


Cooking Time45 min

Cooking Vessel Size7 x 11 inch baking dish


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I agree that you don't need to peel the potatoes, as long as they are the Yukon Gold variety. I found that just scrubbing a russet potato can still leave you with a dirt taste on the skin, since the skin is thicker and I think it traps more dirt. These potatoes are much better tasting than the stuff you buy in a box at the store, and they are much more wholesome as well.

I went ahead and challenged this recipe being the intuitive and creative cook that I am. My mama always told me to never peel the potatoes. They just need a good scrub to remove dirt and cut out any blemishes. Ok and I'll be honest , I don't enjoy doing it and it's just one kitchen chore. No one in my family even noticed the low calorie difference!

I could never give up cheesy potatoes, so I like this skinny version. Thanks )

I like the fact this is a skinny recipe


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