For this recipe, we are combining two of the most popular ingredients often used in cooking: mashed potatoes and cheese. In this effortless recipe, all you have to do is simply combine all the ingredients, bake them, and voila! Delicious mashed potato cheese puffs!
Mashed potatoes leftover from a dinner party is actually an ideal ingredient. Instead of just digging into mashed potato leftovers, you can turn it into a totally new dish just by adding some cheese and ham! Feel free to personalize this potato cheese puff recipe. For instance, if you want it spicy, add some chili powder. If you want it to have a more savory flavor, add onions and garlic. We recommend adding more kinds of cheese as well, especially those with strong flavors such as blue cheese or Monterey Jack.
Crispy on the outside and cheesy and creamy on the inside, this recipe is perfect as a side dish or an appetizer. You can also bring these bite-sized potato cheese puffs to picnics. Serve this with ketchup, mustard, or any of your preferred condiments. For more potato recipes, check out this absolutely delicious Grandma’s Potato Latkes with Ginger-Apple Pear Compote Recipe.
How to make Potato Cheese Puffs
You can easily make it with leftover mashed potatoes. It's crispy, creamy, and flavorful. Try these potato cheese puffs now.
Mix together all the ingredients in a bowl. Make sure to mix them thoroughly.
Grease the muffin pan using cooking spray.
Place the mix in the pan and top it off with the remaining cheese.
Bake at 375 degrees F for 20 minutes.
Sprinkle with parmesan cheese and serve with sour cream dip.
- Sugar: 1g
- Calcium: 76mg
- Calories: 80kcal
- Carbohydrates: 8g
- Cholesterol: 35mg
- Fat: 3g
- Fiber: 1g
- Iron: 1mg
- Potassium: 136mg
- Protein: 5g
- Saturated Fat: 2g
- Sodium: 175mg
- Vitamin A: 130IU
- Vitamin C: 9mg
Commonly Asked Questions
Can I use butter as a topping?
Yes! We recommend you experiment with the toppings and ingredients you want to add to this potato cheese puff recipe. For instance, if you want to put raisins, herbs, or cold cuts as toppings for this dish, go ahead. The sky is the limit!
What other types of cheese can I use?
We encourage you to use the cheese of your preference. Cheddar cheese is a good substitute for parmesan if you want a saltier taste. Blue cheese, if you’re feeling a little experimental, will be great as well. Cottage cheese can help in adding a creamy feel to the potatoes.
Can I make this mashed potato cheese puff dish ahead?
Yes, just make sure to place it in an airtight container then place it in the fridge. It can extend its shelf life inside the fridge for a week. Just heat it up in the microwave if you want to serve it hot.
ConclusionNow you don't have to worry if you have a lot of leftover potatoes or mashed potatoes from a recent get-together. Just follow this recipe and you'll be back in obsessing over potatoes because of this dish.
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