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We tip our hats to mashed potato pie and you will, too!
Okay, I’ll be honest. The first time I saw this recipe over on the Making Memories With Your Kids blog I was a little concerned about the starch content. I mean, normally, one does not consume potatoes with a pie crust. However, I decided to take a plunge and make this lovely recipe anyway. Boy oh boy, am I ever glad that I did! The thoughts of excessive carbohydrates drift away after your first bite.
Another thing about this recipe is how easy it is to make. You don’t even have to use real mashed potatoes! I knew that instant spuds were good for something haha!
Are you curious as to how to make this yummy recipe? If so, and I know you are, flip on over to the next page for the ingredients and instructions. Enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Making Memories With Your Kids.
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Quick Tip: You can get creative with this mashed potato pie and experiment with different ingredients. Ham would make a great addition.