Aunt Hazel’s Potatoes are a family recipe. No holiday was complete without this cheesy goodness! In other words, this is an Easter Dinner staple.
My Aunt Hazel, Hazel Granquist, was born in 1900 and lived to be 94 years old. She loved to cook and bake. She particularly liked to make waffles for dinner.
She was the first person (besides my parents) that I ever read a story to when I was learning to read. I loved listening to my grandma and my Aunts chat in Swedish over coffee every now and again. Enjoy one of my favorite potato recipes!
Layered Potatoes Recipe
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