This homemade pierogi recipe creates pillowy pockets of dough filled with a fluffy mashed potato center. The tender homemade dough will melt in your mouth. These cheese and potato pierogies are delicious served on their own, made into a casserole, or as a side to dishes like kielbasa and sauerkraut.
A homemade version of Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Famous Bowls, these copycat KFC Famous Bowls are a winner. Crispy chicken and sweet corn sits on top of creamy mashed potatoes. Finished off with a hearty drizzle of rich brown gravy, and shredded cheeses- it’s a hearty bowl full of comfort food with that classic KFC taste without ever having to leave your house.
Need to use up those russet potatoes? Need a solid side dish that will pair perfectly with just about any meat? These Creamy Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes are the very best way to make homemade mashed potatoes. Studded with freshly roasted garlic cloves, and whipped with rich cream it’s the best way to kick up your side dish game.
Want to infuse your meal time with all things Fall? On top of the traditional sides, you’ll want to include these Pumpkin Parmesan Twice Baked Potatoes on your menu. Crisp, russet potato shells are filled with a savor mixture of whipped potatoes, smooth pumpkin, warm sage, and tangy Parmesan cheese. It’s a seasonal spin on the classic baked potato that doesn’t disappoint.
If you thought you loved mashed potatoes before, give these Whipped Boursin Cheese Mashed Red Potatoes a try and be prepared to fall into a whole new level of love with the classic side dish. These are pure comfort food, perfect for dinner when served with virtually any meaty entree.
One pan. A whole dinner? Yes, dreams do come true courtesy of this succulent Sheet Pan Meatloaf Supper. Enjoy a family meal of meatloaf just like Mama made, whipped mashed potatoes, and fresh roasted green beans– with minimal clean up!
Bombs. Just about anything with bomb in its name is bound to be a hit with the sons. Far be it for me to try and keep them healthy, and alive, with full use of their life AND limbs.
I blame all the action movies their Dad and I have exposed them to, and the fact that the good guys always win and manage to get through everything unscathed.
Die Hard? They say Die Harder. Yippee Ki Yay Mother Heiffer. Ok, you can’t blame a mom for keeping some things PG 😉
We’ve all got a favorite 007. ‘Bond. James Bond’ Great at killing off evil masterminds and at the art of escape. Greater at destroying every gadget Q ever gives him.
Lethal Weapon, anyone? Unlike Murtagh, you can’t ever be too old for a classic action movie.
Although, I think it’s safe to say that based on my reaction when toast pops out of the toaster, I will never look that cool walking away from an explosion.
And all this is one of our favorite things about the sons being home from school, whether it’s the weekend or summer vacation.
We all get to pile up on the couch in an awkward pile of elbows, stinky feet, and chaotic disarray and ‘bond’ over the special affects and often over the top plots without having to worry about anywhere to be or bedtimes. Thank you Netflix!
And we all know that no Netflix marathon is complete without snacks. At least not around these parts. So what better pairing than these little dough balls that are bursting with flavor?
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In a medium to large bowl, add the potatoes, sour cream, garlic, chives, bacon, and cheese. Stir together until everything is evenly incorporated. Salt and pepper the mashed potatoes, to taste. Allow the potatoes to cool completely.
Wrap 1 1/2 tablespoons of mashed potatoes around each cube of cheese. Use a rolling pin to roll out each biscuit until it’s big enough to enclose the potato ball. Wrap the flattened biscuits around the potato balls, making sure to seal them completely so that the cheese stays in during baking.
Place the biscuits seam side down on a silpat or parchment paper lined baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes, or until heated through and the cheese is melted.
Love a good meat and potatoes meal? Introduce your family to these easy hamburger steaks with onions & gravy recipe. This quick cooking classic, also known as Salisbury steak, pairs perfectly with mashed potatoes for an irresistible, filling meal the whole family will love.