How to make it

  • Peel potatoes, chop into chunks and boil till soft.
  • (NOTE: set aside potato water to use in baking potato bread!)
  • While still hot, put into large mixing bowl with butter/margarine, cream cheese & spices
  • In separate bowl, stir eggs with fork & 1 cup milk til just blended; Pour into bowl with potatoes. Add more milk if needed.
  • Turn mixer to medium to mash, or use a hand masher.
  • Blend till fluffy and well-mixed. Mine always turn out a bit lumpy, but we really like them that way.
  • Put potato mixture into a large baking dish, or two smaller ones.
  • Top with chives & paprika to fancy it up a bit.
  • Bake in oven for about 45+ minutes at 350-400 degrees till top is golden brown; potatoes will rise up to a very high pile, but sink a bit as it cools. They are so creamy-rich and delicious, so make extra if you're having a group dinner.
  • ANOTHER NOTE: for a quick version of these, you can use instant potatoes instead. Not the same, but it sure does dress up them dried thangs to party status.

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    " It was excellent "
    henrie ate it and said...
    Oh these sound wonderful, just glancing at your page and finding lots of good recipes, you have my 5. Thanks for sharing, wish I had found these sooner.
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  • rosemaryblue 9 years ago
    Wonderful recipe!
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    " It was excellent "
    vivian ate it and said...
    I love mash I will def give these a whirl!
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  • kalsmom 9 years ago
    What a great alternative to plain mashed potatoes.
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    " It was excellent "
    debbie919 ate it and said...
    Delightful! Love mashers, thanks for sharing this one!
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