Potato Puffs

Potato Puffs

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18 review(s) averaging 4.1. 78% would make again

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"Incredibly light and tasty. These were a fantastic way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. The only guess was what is considered a "moderate oven". I used 350 F on a convection oven, so I would recommend 375 to 400 on a conventional oven for 15 to 20 minutes. We prepared the recipe exactly as it is written, and it was great. I am sure that you could add cheese, bacon, and other seasonings to suit your personal taste, but I would recommend making them just like the original recipe before you change anything. Simple and quick, so if you are in a hurry, this recipe is for you."


Ingredients

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1 Egg; well beaten
3 c Mashed potatoes

Original recipe makes 6

Servings  

Preparation

Mix potatoes and egg well. Season with salt and pepper. Drop by tsps. on greased baking sheet and bake in moderate oven until brown.

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I added sharp cheddar, and roasted garlic. I also made them a bigger (rolled them as larger balls) and served as a main. Next time I will add vegetables to it maybe broccoli. :) Thanks for sharing your recipe. It was super easy to make.
leannacollins 1 year ago

These potato puffs are very good! Yes I will make them again. I had them with beef chick wagons, corn casserole, and mac & cheese, yuuuummy!
Valerie1758 1 year ago

Added bacon bits, Philadelphia garlic cooking cream and they were gobbled up
bmxbag 1 year ago

Excellent way to use up mashed potato.
Heatherferg 1 year ago

I made these to go with dinner tonight and they were DELICIOUS! I used instant mashed potatoes and also added in some olive oil along with the egg. I sprayed the top with some cooking spray. I baked them at 400 degrees for about 35-40 minutes. They were perfectly golden on the outside and creamy on the inside. I will definitely make these again! So light and good!
ageremia626 1 year ago

chewie2 2 years ago

Ricar 2 years ago

Incredibly light and tasty. These were a fantastic way to use up leftover mashed potatoes. The only guess was what is considered a 'moderate oven'. I used 350 F on a convection oven, so I would recommend 375 to 400 on a conventional oven for 15 to 20 minutes. We prepared the recipe exactly as it is written, and it was great. I am sure that you could add cheese, bacon, and other seasonings to suit your personal taste, but I would recommend making them just like the original recipe before you change anything. Simple and quick, so if you are in a hurry, this recipe is for you.
timgraham1 2 years ago

So happy to get this recipe i've been dying for one and here it is my little cousins are kinda hard to take care of at times i be happy when my auntie comes over and i give her a breat so i kinda become super mama. I see it as being prepaired for once i get married and have kids. Well since i'm with them all day i try ro keep them occupied and busy with activities so now i can make them mini hamburgers and potato puffs and it seems quick and easy
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