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    Sounds very similar to Pioneer Woman's mashed potatoes (without the garlic). I made those years ago (probably when she posted it) because they could be made 2 days ahead, but used sour cream instead of half and half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123LuckyMom View Post
    I dont want to hijack the thread, but Im curious. Does this taste like twice baked potatoes or is it really like mashed? And how long, at what temp, do you reheat? These sound like they would taste really, really good!


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    Reheat the potatoes for 30 mins at 350. I put it in the crockpot for a couple of hours on high then drop to low to keep it warm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 123LuckyMom View Post
    I dont want to hijack the thread, but Im curious. Does this taste like twice baked potatoes or is it really like mashed? And how long, at what temp, do you reheat? These sound like they would taste really, really good!


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    Here's the recipe from my mom! She uses a ricer for the potatoes and garlic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by essnce629 View Post
    Here's the recipe from my mom! She uses a ricer for the potatoes and garlic.


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    Can I just say - laminating your recipe cards is genius!!
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    Thanks so much! I wont have a chance to try it for Thanksgiving. Were going to my mother, and shes very particular about the menu, but I might try it at the next big feast where I get to choose the menu.

    I wonder if this would work with cauliflower instead of potatoes. Has anyone tried it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jgenie View Post
    Can I just say - laminating your recipe cards is genius!!
    Hahaha, I didn't even notice they were laminated! She probably used my laminator that I bought with all the other BBB members that one holiday season years ago!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123LuckyMom View Post
    Thanks so much! I wont have a chance to try it for Thanksgiving. Were going to my mother, and shes very particular about the menu, but I might try it at the next big feast where I get to choose the menu.

    I wonder if this would work with cauliflower instead of potatoes. Has anyone tried it?


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    I do it all the time for my immediate family using half potatoes, half roasted cauliflower that I've pureed! Smaller size so I just put a big spoonful each of sour cream and cream cheese and about a 1/4 cup of butter.

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