Tried-and-true gluten-free mashed potatoes made with creamy, dairy-free butter.

I am grateful that my kids enjoy gluten-free mashed potatoes. What started out as an inconvenience for them – not being able to eat their favorite comfort food – has turned into a family tradition. Whenever we have company over, we make a batch of gluten-free mashed potatoes and everybody can enjoy them.

The secret to great gluten-free mashed potatoes is using a good potato ricer. I’ve tried using a masher and a fork, but the results are always disappointing. The potatoes end up being lumpy and GF mash is never as creamy as regular mashed potatoes. I’m happy to say that my kids are now expert ricers and they can create the perfect consistency every time.

Another tip: Make sure your potatoes are very cold before you start mashing them. This will help reduce the amount of starch that forms during the cooking process.

My kids are always looking for new ways to prepare GF mashed potatoes. They’ve started incorporating different flavors such as pesto and cilantro, and they’re always coming up with new creative ways to serve them. I can’t wait to see what new ideas they come up with next!

-Are gluten free mashed potatoes really any different than regular mashed potatoes?
-Can I use gluten free oats in place of regular oats?
-Is there a way to tell if my potatoes are gluten free?
-Can I use gluten free cheese in place of regular cheese?
-How can I make gluten free mashed potatoes fluffy?
-Do I have to boil the potatoes first?
-Can I reheat gluten free mashed potatoes?
-Is gluten free mashed potato gravy made with gluten free roux?
-Should I refrigerate or freeze gluten free mashed potatoes?
-Can I use gluten free flour in place of all-purpose flour?
-Is gluten free flour spikey?
-Can I use coconut milk in place of dairy milk?
-What are some other vegetables that can be mashed with potatoes?
-Can I add extra spices to gluten free mashed potatoes?
-What are some gluten free condiments that can be used with mashed potatoes?
-Can I use gluten free butter in place of regular butter?
-Can I use sugar in place of sugar in gluten free mashed potatoes?
-Are there any tips for cooking gluten free potatoes that I haven’t mentioned?

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Ava Gardner
Ava Gardner

Hi! My name is Ava and I love baking. I love the process of creating something from nothing, and the satisfaction of taking a bite of something I made myself. I love trying new recipes and experimenting with different flavors. Baking is my form of self-care; it's how I relax and unwind after a long day. That's why I founded!

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