I made these for Thanksgiving dinner, and they were really great. I made them same-day as others had suggested, and let them heat in the crockpot on 'warm' until dinner. I think that is the way to go,as they were already drying out by the time we packed up the leftovers, but still great reheated the next day. I did make a few changes. I added extra cream cheese, 1/4 cup milk and 1/4 cup of water from the pot they were boiled in (I read about that in another recipe)during the mashing process. I mashed them in the crockpot, thinking I was saving myself time (I ended up making a big mess, I wouldn't do it that way again). I also added butter on top while they warmed, and stirred it all in at the last minute before serving. I also skipped the onion powder because one reviewer stated that they tasted like sour cream and onion chips, and that didn't seem appropriate for thanksgiving dinner. I will definitely make these again, next time I will make the recipe as is, just not for a big dinner until I know what it tastes like. I will also continue to tweak them for my family's taste, but all in all, a really good recipe and I'm glad that I tried it for my first attempt at Thanksgiving mashed potatoes!
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I made these for Thanksgiving dinner, and they were really great. I made them same-day as...