I would think that since it is.. "cooked".. that it would mix just fine in milk. You could always just try it. If it doesn't seem to mix well in cold milk, try warming the milk, not hot, just so that it isn't ...just out of the frig cold... then after mixing put back into the frig to chill, but I'm betting it will work fine in cold milk. As a matter of fact, my GKs go through... literally tons of this stuff, so I am going to make some and try it out on them LOL... Thanks for the post.
Make your own creamy scalloped potatoes for a fraction of the price of boxed scalloped potatoes, with twice the flavor with this simple, yet dirt cheap recipe of potatoes, seasonings, milk, chicken broth and onions.
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