Not So Fat So Mashed Potatoes Free PD Recipe

Mashed Potatoes - ©

These creamy, mashed spuds served with Mushroom Gravy will fill you up and slim you down. Not So Fat So Mashed Potatoes are packed with fiber, protein and vitamin C so why wait for the holidays. Enjoy them weekly a la carte, or with a PD Holiday Loaf and steamed veggies. Your family will be asking what the occasion is. Keep the simplicity of this recipe to yourself and enjoy cooking options using the slow cooker, pressure cooker or stove top.

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    Comments (17)

    1. posted by sheri armour on May 15, 2013

      One word….. Delicious! I dont even miss the butter! Perfect with Julie’s mushroom gravy!!

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      • posted by Julie Marie on May 16, 2013

        I’m sorry this was a problem for you. I want it to be as easy as possible. The log in is a new feature and we have ironed out the kinks. You can now log in with your own pass word and click remember me. I offer my site for free to the users. This is funded by me alone and I have to track usage. People weren’t registering before I required it. I’ve been told by other users its not a big deal to ask them to log in once to have access to all of my recipes. If you are still having trouble I can delete your account so you can create an easier to remember password? I want this to be as user friendly as possible and I appreciate your feed back. Best of Health to You, Julie Marie

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      • posted by Julie Marie on May 16, 2013

        I recommend setting a password that you can remember. Then sign in on all your computers and click the remember me box when signing in. You’ll be set!

    4. posted by Denise on July 16, 2013

      I made these and put the extra gravy from the Roast-less Pot Roast over them. It was so good. Next time, I’m going to make the Mushroom Gravy to go with them.

    5. posted by Dana Beazley on October 6, 2013

      I like some of the recipes but you use A LOT of soy products I am just not sure if that is healthy, I could be wrong but I am afraid it will mess with my hormones, any thought’s on this.

    6. posted by Penny on December 1, 2013

      Made this for my first non-animal Thanksgiving dinner, absolutely amazing especially with the mushroom gravy. Will Definitely be making these again.
      I don’t know how I found your site but I am very thrilled I did! Looking forward to making more of Julie’s recipes. 🙂

    7. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

      How can you go wrong with mashed potatoes right? Well you can’t with this recipe. Very easy to make and goes good with lots of stuff for any meal of the day (yes I’ve eaten it for breakfast!) 😉

    8. posted by Amy on February 11, 2014

      What’s the basic time for boiling – just would like a starting point to reference.

    9. posted by heidi ferguson on March 6, 2014

      I’d never heard of adding garlic to the water when making mashed potatoes but it sure did add a nice flavor! 🙂

    10. posted by Cindy Hall on April 21, 2014

      I never left the peeling on my mashed potatoes before, I really loved these. I didn’t miss the milk or butter at all. So good with the mushroom gravy. Why did I wait so long to try these??

    11. posted by Sherrill Sittre on April 20, 2015

      So good, had never used garlic either. Yummy

    12. posted by karen d on April 25, 2015

      These potatoes made with garlic and served with mushroom gravy are simply fantastic! A nice easy meal when I already have left over gravy in the freezer!

    13. posted by lmcleod on August 9, 2020

      Yum yum yum. It smells like Thanksgiving and is comforting goodness. I used the country gravy for a mouth bursting with flavor.

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