Cheese Potato Puff

Cheese Potato Puff

"These are the highest, fluffiest, tastiest potatoes I've ever had. They can be made a day ahead and refrigerated until ready to bake. This dish is Mom's specialty, and we all especially love the part along the edge of the casserole dish that gets golden brown. -Alyson Armstrong, Parkersburg, West Virginia"
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1 h 5 m servings
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Original recipe yields 12 servings

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  1. Place the potatoes in a saucepan and cover with water; cover and bring to a boil. Cook until tender, about 15-20 minutes. Drain and mash. Add 1-3/4 cups cheese. milk, butter and salt; cook and stir over low heat until cheese and butter are melted. Fold in eggs. Spread into a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 25-30 minutes. Sprinkle with the remaining cheese. Bake 5 minutes longer or until golden brown.

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I cooked up 5 pounds of potatoes and it made an 8.5" x 11" dish of mash. Cooking the wet ingredients really helps to get a smooth mash when it is all mixed in. I sprinkled some chopped chives o...

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I was disappointed with these. The dense texture was probably my fault; I should have folded in the eggs (as directed! instead of whipping). But it needed a LOT more milk, and some flavor! These...

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I cooked up 5 pounds of potatoes and it made an 8.5" x 11" dish of mash. Cooking the wet ingredients really helps to get a smooth mash when it is all mixed in. I sprinkled some chopped chives o...

These are great mashed potatoes. They're kind of like twice baked potatoes that you don't put back in the skins. Great for a crowd or 2 hungry teenage boys and a husband.

I made this when I had some leftover mashed potatoes that I wanted to use up. I warmed them in the microwave, mixed in the cheese and egg, then baked them in the oven as directed. They came out ...

I was disappointed with these. The dense texture was probably my fault; I should have folded in the eggs (as directed! instead of whipping). But it needed a LOT more milk, and some flavor! These...

These were really great! I cut the recipe in half and made them ahead of time so I could just bake them when they were ready. If making ahead, these need to sit at room temperature for about 3...

I was looking for mashed potato recipes because I had my last wisdom tooth taken out yesterday and have to follow the post-op diet. This was a good recipe to start off with since I had all the ...

I think it would have been better to make my usual mashed potatoes, add a couple to four eggs and cover the whole thing with at least 2 cups of cheese. As it was it tasted like heavy, bland mas...

While the taste was OK, these were very dry. I might make them again but put maybe 1/3 cup more milk in before I bake them. Also, I added a clove of garlic which I think helped the flavor othe...

Great for a make-ahead meal. Could use some roasted garlic or fresh herbs for a dash of flavor.

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