These creamy mashed potatoes make the perfect side dish to a kid-friendly meal!
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Life is busy… can I get an amen?
There is always something happening at our house — it’s a well synchronized daily routine.
Like a choreographed dance, we move through each day with as much precision as possible to get everyone where they’re supposed to be and everything accomplished that needs done.
Let me tell you, with a busy little guy, there is a steady stream of activities to tackle — in addition to all the regular chores and work that accompany adulting.
These days, I’m on a mission to not lose my mind. Fingers crossed and wish me luck! 😉
We’ve got a lot of moving pieces in each moment.. so I’m planning ahead and simplifying anywhere I can.
One great spot to plan ahead? The kitchen.
I’m implementing a rock star menu that means we have yummy family dinners on the table, with a great variety so that no one gets bored.
Like many kiddos, the boys in my family can be a little picky when it comes to food. I’m always happy when I can find options that they love and request. It makes my job so much easier!
Dino Buddies are a favorite, especially for those busy days where I’m trying to get a billion things done at once.
Even picky eaters cheer when Dino Buddies show up — the fun dinosaur shapes are hard to resist and I love ’em because they’re a nutritious option I can feel good about serving.
They’re made from boneless, skinless, white chicken breast meat and are packed with protein and Omega-3. They’re ready in just minutes, which busy little me loves.
When served with a veggie and the incredible creamy mashed potatoes I’m going to share with you today, they’re the absolute perfect, complete meal a whole family can sit down to.
Let me add: Dino Buddies also make a great snack.
There are now five varieties to love: Dinosaur-Shaped Chicken Breast Nuggets, Alphabet-Shaped Chicken Breast Nuggets, Chicken Breast Mini Nuggets, Chicken Breast Mini Fries and Maple Waffle Chicken Breast Nuggets. They’re all kid-approved! 🙂
I grabbed mine while grocery shopping at Walmart, but you can check here for a retailer near you.
So, looking for a little mealtime inspiration? These creamy mashed potatoes will hit the spot, especially when served next to Dino Buddies and a fresh veggie.
Creamy Mashed Potato Ingredients
This homemade recipe is so simple — and everyone in the family will love it! It’s the perfect side dish to any meal. I crave them and my boys beg for them!
Once you try, I’m sure you’ll agree that these are the best, smooth, creamy potatoes with a delicious, rich flavor.
They make a regular appearance in our meal rotation and are a staple at any holiday gathering. I’ve had plenty of people ask me for the recipe and now you get to be in the know. 😉
To make, you’ll need potatoes, heavy whipping cream, butter, sour cream and chicken broth, plus you’ll salt and pepper to taste.
How to Make Creamy Mashed Potatoes
Place potatoes in a pot and add enough water to cover them completely. Bring to a boil then turn down to low and let potatoes continue to cook for 12-14 minutes or until a fork can easily poke through.Drain and set aside.
Microwave heavy cream and chicken broth for 15 seconds.
Add butter, heavy cream, broth, and sour cream to potatoes. Use a hand mixer to combine all ingredients until smooth. Be careful to not over mix.
Salt and pepper to taste.
That’s it! Such an easy recipe that delivers such great taste.
Some nights, I add some extra butter. Sometimes I mince up some garlic to add. This creamy mashed potato recipe always turn out amazing!
I hope you’re feeling inspired for the next mealtime you’re in charge of. There will be definitely be cheers when your gang sees what’s for dinner!
Creamy Mashed Potatoes
- 1 1/2 pounds peeled potatoes
- 1/3 cup heavy whipping cream
- 1/4 cup butter softened
- 1/3 cup sour cream
- 1/3 cup chicken broth
- salt and pepper to taste
- Place potatoes in a pot and add enough water to cover them completely. Bring to a boil then turn down to low and let potatoes continue to cook for 12-14 minutes or until a fork can easily poke through.
- Drain and set aside.
- Microwave heavy cream and chicken broth for 15 seconds.
- Add butter, heavy cream, broth, and sour cream to potatoes. Use a hand mixer to combine all ingredients until smooth. Be careful to not over mix.
- Salt and pepper to taste.