It seems that I have not been do much with potatoes lately. I had been wanting to try making my own garlic mashed potatoes for a while and I thought: What better to go with the steak dinner that I was having? Making the garlic mashed potatoes took a bit of effort but it was certainly worth it. The roasted garlic mashed potatoes turned out really well! They were so creamy and good. The flavour of the sweet roasted garlic was just amazing. These were easily the best mashed potatoes that I have had. I will definitely be making these again.
Creamy Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- 1 pound potatoes, peeled and cut into 1 inch cubes
- 1 head roasted garlic
- 1 tablespoon butter, room temperature
- 1/4 cup sour cream or cream cheese or Greek yogurt
- milk to taste
- salt and pepper to taste
- Boil the potatoes until fork tender, about 20-30 minutes.
- Drain the potatoes.
- Mash the potatoes along with the garlic, butter, sour, cream cheese and enough milk to bring the potatoes to the desired consistency.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Garnish with roasted garlic, chopped parsley, chives green onions, etc.
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Peter M says
A fantastic mashed potato, roasted garlic at it’s best!
Wow, roasted garlic and cheese – mmm!
By the way, if you have leftover roasted garlic, peel it then put it on a plastic covered plate and freeze it. Then when it is frozen store it in a double baggie. Just thaw it out to use it.
Garlic mashed potatoes are one of those things that you just can’t have one scoop of – delicious.
i love garlic mashed potatoes! 🙂
Oh I can imagine the pungent garlic in the mashed potatoes. Another simple trick for mashed potatoes. Gotta try it soon!
I’ll pass on the meat, but you surely do encourage me to experiment more with spuds.
I would include some soaked dried wild mushrooms with a bit of dill.
Garlic mashed potatoes sound like the perfect side dish to a weekend dinner. Thanks for all the lovely recipes!
Laurie Constantino says
Kevin, I just reread your “about me” section and I have to say your food are definitely not boring! Not even close – you make some of the best and most interesting food around. This, for example, is wonderful.
Cooking and the City says
Kevin those garlic mashed potatoes look great, yum! 🙂
javagirlkt's cookin' says
mmmmm, I love potatoes. I haven’t been doing much with them lately either. And I’ve always wanted to roast my own garlic. I’m definitely going to have to try this.
Mike of Mike's Table says
Roasted garlic mashed potatoes are the best and these look delicious (and perfect for steak)!
Some other wonderful additions I’ve enjoyed in the past: goat cheese, caramelized/roasted shallots, or mushrooms.
I absolutely love roasted garlic. The Pioneer Woman made some of these mashed potatoes last week and I have been craving them since!!
Dani Spies says
Would it be inappropriate to lick the screen?
Oh Kevin! Now you’ve done it! Mashed potatoes are my favorite comfort food. I can’t resist them. And adding the roasted garlic to them? Well, that just pushes it out of the stratosphere for me! Yahoo!
Hi Kevin, I have dropped over to pay a visit via Holler’s site. I guess I am in time for dinner! Perfect combination, potatoes and garlic! I adore the way garlic makes the house smell while it is roasting! And…putting cream cheese in the mashed potatoes, the best!
Potatoes,Garlic,Half and Half,Cream cheese! Am in heaven already! Thats one dish I cant wait to spoon into my mouth! Good one Kevin and thanks for sending it to me!
Oh, you’re killing me.
I love mashed potatoes. ESPECIALLY with roasted garlic. Yeah.
fantastic way of using your roasted garlic!!!
Bellini Valli says
My all time favourite potato Kevin. I order this on the side at restaurants if it doesn’t come with my dish 😀
I plan to make this recipe for Thanksgiving.The only problem is I am serving 20. How much does this recipe serve?
Anonymous: This recipe serves 4 so you will want to use 5 or more times the ingredients.
oh Wow. I eat roasted garlic by the forkful, this sounds awesome.
Hey- Thanks so much for the recipes. I just made three of them in one go tonight, the spinach and artichoke dip as a snack, and the nikujaga and these mashed potatoes for dinner. Everything tasted wonderful, and your recipes are so simple and straightforward!~
I just stumbled across your blog and have thoroughly enjoyed browsing through the delicious-looking recipes! This one looks especially yummy and I will have to try the one out with my family!
This was amazing. The flavor was incredible, and there was not a bite left over. Brilliant 🙂