Cracker Barrel mashed potatoes are some of the best tasting homestyle mashed potatoes you can get in a restaurant. Have you ever wondered what the secrets to the Cracker Barrel Mashed Potatoes might be? I suggest baking the potatoes to make the Cracker Barrel Mashed Potatoes, as the roasting gives these mashed potatoes a really hearty flavor.
Cracker Barrel Mashed Potatoes
I love a basic mashed potato recipe. These potatoes are simply delicious. These hearty mashed potatoes are simple to make. Cracker Barrel mashed potatoes is a great way to use up old left over baked potatoes. These are so easy to make too.
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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Mashed Potatoes
Make mashed potatoes just like Cracker Barrel.
- 2 1/2 pounds russet potatoes
- 4 tablespoons margarine
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
- Wash potatoes thoroughly, cut into uniform pieces, and drop into salted, boiling water. Cook potatoes until they are fork-tender. Take potatoes out of boiling water and drain. Peel most of the potatoes; make sure you leave about one fifth of each not peeled. Place potatoes into a bowl with the other ingredients and mash the potatoes. I would not use an electric mixer; you do not want to take out all of the lumps. Transfer the whipped potatoes to a serving dish, and serve the mashed potatoes.