Bacon Cheddar Pot Potatoes

By cannabisqueen  

January 9, 2017

This delicious side dish is actually a meal in itself. Bacon Cheddar "POT" potatoes will get you bakin!


1 lb of bacon (diced)

2 medium onions (thinly sliced)

5 medium Idaho potatoes (thinly sliced)

½ lb cheddar cheese (grated)

4 tablespoons cannabis-infused butter

1 teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon black pepper

½ teaspoon chili powder

aluminum foil

crock pot


Optional garnishes: scallions (thinly sliced), a dollop of sour cream, etc.


1Start by lining your crock pot or slow cooker with some aluminum foil – enough to cover the tops of potatoes when finished.

2Now you want to heat up a large skillet or stove-top griddle over medium-high heat.

3Add in 1 tablespoon of cannabis-infused butter and grease your pan.

4Then, add in the 1 pound of bacon.

5Cook the bacon evenly on both sides until it is cooked and crispy. Don’t let it burn!

6Charred bacon tastes drastically inferior to the taste of crispy bacon.

7Remove the bacon from the heat, and place the strips on a plate containing a few layers of paper towels.

8This will allow the grease to drain. Set the bacon to the side for now until it’s cooled.

9Next, thinly slice the onions and potatoes, and dice the cooled bacon strips.

10Grate the cheddar cheese and then proceed to add all of these ingredients to the aluminum-foil lined crock pot in layers: potatoes, onions, bacon, dots of cannabis-infused butter, and cheese to top it off. Repeat these steps until all of the ingredients are in the crock pot.

11Finally, season the potatoes with salt, pepper and chili powder.

12Seal up the top of the aluminum foil and place the lid on the crock pot.

13Turn the crock pot on low and cook for 10-12 hours.

14After 10-12 hours, remove the lid to your crock pot, and open up the aluminum foil dome to release the built up steam and heat.

15Now it's time to serve up the bacon and cheddar potatoes in bowls.

16You can also slice up some scallions to garnish, or even add a dollop of sour cream.

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