Makes 6 Servings
Nutritional Info Per Serving: Calories 59, Total Fat .8 g, Sat. Fat .1 g, Protein1.9 g, Carbs 11.2 g, Sodium 63 mg, Fiber .9 g, 2 Smartpts
These crispy, cheesy mashed potato cakes are the best way to give new life to leftover mashed potatoes. Don’t let those spuds go to waste!
For the love of potatoes
Potatoes are probably the most versatile food ever. You can make them into potato starch or potato flour to use in flour blends, make them into pierogi filling, or even cream of potato soup. Of course, there are the usual baked potatoes (my favorite way to make them is in their “jackets” right on the oven rack), French fries, potato chips, you name it.
I may be the only mother on the planet with a child who has never, ever liked French fries (really!), but everyone in my family can get on board with really creamy mashed potatoes. I often struggle with when to make my mashed potatoes, though, when they’re for a holiday and the kitchen is super busy.
I’m thrilled to report that, on a whim, I tried the frozen mashed potatoes from Trader Joe’s, and they happen to be amazing! You can defrost them at room temperature, in the microwave or on the stovetop, and they’re perfect no matter the method.
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