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  1. Kathy Penney says:
    That's why I bought another crock pot- one for mains and one for sides! These look awesome! Hubby's from Ireland so he has to get his potatoe fix at least once a week. Haha! Kathy Penney @ Pinner Takes All
  2. Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel says:
    Never thought to make sides in my slow cooker, either! But judging by these amazingly fluffy, buttery potatoes, I definitely am going to try!
  3. Mickeedee says:
    Want to step this recipe up just a notch?!?! I make these same potatoes all the time (Just this Sunday, in fact, for company, with our prime rib roast). I add a half packet of dry ranch dressing mix!!! Just adds one more dimension of YUM!!! I have not put them in the crock pot, but will for sure be doing that step from now on when I am entertaining so I am not mashing the potatoes and giving away all my secrets to deliciousness, while my guests are all sitting around the kitchen watching (critiquing, eww...Why are you putting cream cheese in the potatoes?? Because they are AMAZING - that's why!!!! And, of course they agree once they eat them!
  4. Kristen says:
    Sounds yummy. I'll have to try this at thanksgiving - I'm the designated potato maker in my family.
  5. BlueTulip says:
    It's just as easy to make mashed potatoes in the crock from start to finish, rather than using the pot only to warm and meld the flavors after fixing the potatoes on the stovetop. I cut mine into a medium dice, toss them into the crock with 1/4 cup of water, cook on high for three hours or so, and they are ready to mash. I've never added cream cheese, tho I often use sour cream, butter, and milk at this point, and let it all meld for however long it takes for supperime to arrive, lol, on low or warm. I can try adding the cream cheese and see what happens, as your combo here sounds lovely.
  6. Life With The Crust Cut Off says:
    Im going to try this on Christmas Eve!! We can never get everything done on time lol
  7. Kendra L. says:
    Oooh I'm trying that! It's in the crock pot right now. Excited!
  8. Serendipitous says:
    I plan on trying this sometime this week. I hate having to whip up the mashed potatoes just as the turkey or ham is coming out of the oven to settle for its little rest before carving, because as you know that is when all the other side dishes are ready also, lol. So if these taste as good as they look they will become a new staple item in our busy household.
  9. jdavis says:
    I made this recipe today (except I used russets instead of reds) and LOVED it! Cooking an extra couple hours in the crock pot really brings out the flavor and made them super fluffy too!
  10. Marilyn P. says:
    Didn't see how many this "Slow Cooker Creamy Mashed Potato" recipe served ???...Sometimes I need enough for "25" ........
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  12. Tee says:
    I can't imagine that these are really 3052 calories per serving. I'm hoping there is something wrong with the nutrition calculator.
  13. Deborah Katzmann says:
    Seriously, girls, I love your web site and all the recipes. I am a very experienced cook (read that as an over-the-hill kinda gal) and have lots of recipes but yours are some of the best. Keep up the good work.
  14. Angie Gerardy says:
    This looks yummy and I use my crockpot all the time! Can you double this??....want to make for Thanksgiving! I have a lot of people coming over! I am going to try this!
  15. Kimberly says:
    How is the best way to prepare this ahead of time (day before) thanks in advance!
  16. Momma Cyd says:
    Follow steps 1 and 2 in the instructions. Then put into an airtight container. Then when ready to reheat, transfer the the slow cooker and heat following the steps in the instructions.
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