Copycat Cracker Barrel Mashed Potatoes
Everyone will be happy to see (and eat!) this restaurant-inspired side dish recipe.
If you are a fan of Cracker Barrel mashed potatoes, then you've got to give this copycat version a try! It's everything that you love about the classic restaurant recipe, but you don't have to leave the comfort of your home. Better yet, you can make them anytime you want!
Mashed potatoes are a classic side dish around the holidays, but we enjoy them all year long. They are cost-effective and delicious, plus they are a real crowd pleaser. Unless you are trying to cut down on carbs, everyone is glad to see a big bowl of mashed potatoes on the table.
Another thing that we love about these Cracker Barrel mashed potatoes is that they are very easy to make. You won't believe how quickly this recipe comes together. You will wish that you'd found this recipe sooner!
- 6-8 yukon gold potatoes, quartered
- 1 (8-ounce) can evaporated milk
- 1 stick butter
- salt and pepper, to taste
See where we got the inspiration for this recipe with theseHomestyle Mashed Potatoes Cracker Barrel Style
Boil potatoes until fork tender. Add the butter in portions, allowing each addition to melt. Mix well.
Smash potatoes while adding a little evaporated milk at a time until creamy.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
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Jun 01, 2017
Yukon potatoes are really delicious especially when making mashed. I love this recipe but personally prefer roasting my potatoes and leaving the skin on. Usually I make potatoes just like this recipe but I'll add a little cream cheese and some green onion...then after they are mashed I like to baked them in the oven til the top is golden...it's so good!
sweetrose46 250009 8
Oct 25, 2016
This the only way to make good homemade mashed potatoes. It was how my mother and grandma made them. Then you use the potato water to help make the gravy.
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