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Oh So Simple Scalloped Potatoes

This recipes is all gluten free and dairy free, but you can use any type of butter or milk product for your sauce.

2 tbsp Dairy Free Butter (I use Earth Balance)
1 tbsp GF/DF flour
1 cup rice milk
1 jar of favorite Oh So Simple Cashew Cheeze Spread (I use Original flavor)
pinch salt
pinch pepper
1 onion
1 clove garlic
5 large potatoes (Yukon gold, russet are my favorites)

Set Oven to 350.


1. Cut onion and brown and set aside.
2. Slice the potatoes on a mandolin or food processor with a julienne blade to make sure your slices are even and set aside. 
3. Start by melting butter and put flour in pan.  You want to cook the flour until it has a toasty aroma, careful not to burn.
4. Then, slowly add your rice milk stirring constantly. 
5. Once ingredients are combined, add the Oh So Simple  Original Cashew Cheeze Spread, then salt and pepper to taste (if mixture is too thick add water to thin so the cream sauce pour easily).  Mixture should be the consistency of an Alfredo sauce. 
6. Butter the bottom of your dish and begin layering with potatoes, then add a thin layer of caramelized onions and top with cream sauce.  Repeat for as many layers as you desire (I do three).
7. Before adding the  last layer of cream sauce, you can add some Fiesta or Turkish Oh So Simple Cashew Cheeze Spread to the mixture to give the appearance of cheddar cheese.  
8. Bake in oven about 30-45 minutes or until potatoes are soft when poked with a fork.  Time may vary based on thickness and oven. 
9. Enjoy!