If you’ve got tons of leftover mashed potatoes and don’t feel like eating them as is, turn them into something different altogether, whether it’s a new meal or a loaf of bread to accompany one.
Mashed Potato Bar
Got a pot or tupperware container full of plain-ish mashed potatoes? Use the same concept as used for taco night and create a sort of bar for them. Put out easy mix-ins and toppers, like chopped scallions, cheeses, smoked salmon, bacon bits, sour cream, fresh herbs, etc., and let your family go to town.
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Use your leftover mashed potatoes, cooking oil, flour, cheese, chives, an egg and sour cream to make a yummy potato pancake for any time of day.
Combine potatoes with egg, herbs, cheese and breadcrumbs to make this treat.
Waffles with mashed potatoes? Yes, this is possible.
Leftover Mashed Potato Soup
Try out this yummy recipe that turns your leftovers and simple pantry ingredients into a comforting soup for a cold night.
This popular casserole is even easier to make when you’ve got mashed potatoes at the ready.
Turn your leftover potatoes into a delicious loaf on light and airy bread! Here’s the recipe to try out!
Make an amazing, and simple, Italian-inspired dish by creating potato gnocchi out of leftover mashed potatoes. The only other ingredients you’ll need are flour, egg and a bit of salt.
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Leftover mashed potatoes become a savory “frosting” with this creative idea.
The flavor will blow you away. Trust us.
These would make the cutest appetizers!
Bread made out of leftover potatoes? Yes, please!
Make this with leftover mashed potatoes to make it even easier.
Like onion rings, but so much better.
A simple piping bag turns leftover mashed potatoes into something truly beautiful.
This has to be the ultimate comfort food recipe.
Baked to golden perfection.
Fluffy and delicious!
Yummy snack idea!
Here’s a great way to use up leftover veggies as well!
Cute and delicious!
These would be a great snack for game day.
It doesn’t get more creative than this!