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**Slow Cooker Rustic Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Slow Cooker Rustic Garlic Mashed Potatoes

  • Cooking Time:

    7 hours on Low or 4 hours on High
  • Servings:

    6–8

Ingredients

2 lbs. Small Pota­toes (I like red pota­toes), washed and unpeeled
1/4 c. Water or Chick­en Broth
3 T. Unsalt­ed But­ter, cut into pieces
1 Bay Leaf
1 tsp. Gar­lic Pow­der
1 tsp. Salt
1/2 tsp. White Pep­per
1 c. Half & Half, warmed

Slow Cook­er Rus­tic Gar­lic Mashed Pota­toes are so EASY and super tasty! (Yes, you can make the entire recipe in the slow cook­er!) I make these with many meals, and always dur­ing the hol­i­days!

  1. Com­bine all ingre­di­ents except half and half in a sin­gle lay­er of an oval slow cook­er.
  2. Cov­er and Crock on LOW for 7 hours or on High for 4 hours.
  3. Remove Bay Leaf and dis­card.
  4. Add 1/2 c. Half & Half to the pota­toes in the slow cook­er.
  5. Mash pota­toes with pota­to mash­er, adding as much of the remain­ing milk as need­ed. DO NOT OVER MASH!
  6. Taste & add more salt & pep­per, if desired.

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Crock Pot Rustic Garlic Mashed Potatoes - Nutrition

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Carol King
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Carol King

Can I peel if I wish ? I am afraid if I don’t peel it will look messy with the peel in with the pota­toes.

Com­ment please.

Mrs. C
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Mrs. C

Hi! Love your blog & recipe ideas. Def­i­nite­ly going to try this one. Also, a msg for Car­ol: Our fam­i­ly LOVES gar­lic mashed pota­toes. I use new red pota­toes that don’te need to be peeled, just cut away any objec­tion­able bits. The skins are ten­der enough to leave on while cook­ing. Kin­da looks like you addes fine­ly chopped bacon! Yum­my!!

Jeannine
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Jeannine

What a great idea. Frees up the burn­ers for the veg­gies and gravy. Def. will do this Thanks­giv­ing. Thanks for your great recipes. Just dis­cov­ered your blog and love it. Already made a cou­ple of recipes that were a hit. Thank you again.

Nicole Steichen
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Nicole Steichen

How many peo­ple would you say this feeds after it cooked? I have about 10 peo­ple com­ing for din­ner, and won­der­ing if I should dou­ble the recipe or not.

Lisa Albus
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Lisa Albus

I am need­ing to take these to work for a lunch. If I put them in my slow cook­er ear­ly in the morn­ing and have to have it unplugged for an hour dur­ing the com­mute, how will it effect the receipe?

Nina
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Nina

Can you do this a day ahead? Do they keep well? Try­ing to reduce kitchen time the day of…

Candy Roach
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Candy Roach

This looks yum­my. Can’t wait to try it.

JJ
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JJ

Per­fect for Thanks­giv­ing! I love mashed pota­toes with my turkey.

Connie
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Connie

I make 5 #‘s for 4 peo­ple and nev­er have left­overs. I peel them but not with a peel­er, just a knife so I know I don’t boil %#. We love pota­toes! Going to try this next time I’m mak­ing them.

Linda
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Linda

I’m going to have to add this one to the grow­ing list of your recipes I’m going to try. Thank you!

marti
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marti

What size crock? So many sizes now­days for the dif­fer recipes? Love this blog…

Tasey
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Tasey

How much serv­ing does this make? I want to make it for my fiancé and I, is there a way to make this small­er?
I’m new to cook­ing!

amy
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amy

do you mash right in the crock­pot or take out to mash

Stephanie
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Stephanie

How gar­lic fla­vored are they? We love EXTRA gar­lic fla­vor so I may add some more gar­lic pow­der and maybe a clove or two of minced gar­lic, but don’t want to if the gar­lic taste is already strong enough.

Jennifer
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Jennifer

can you dou­ble the recipe & still cook it for the same time?

Brandie
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Brandie

If you dou­ble the recipe, will the cook­ing time change?

Diana D
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Diana D

I will have to try this! I have to make mashed pota­toes for my daugh­ters Thanks­giv­ing Feast at school on Fri­day for 26 kids! I was try­ing to fig­ure out how to make them and get it there warm! Prob­lem solved, thank you!!

Erika
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Erika

This recipe looks great and what a great time and stove saver for Thanks­giv­ing! Also, I want to com­ment how great I think you are for being so patient with dupli­cate ques­tions from your read­ers. Thanks for the recipe and blog!

Dena
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Hi, I would like to try this for Thanks­giv­ing, how­ev­er, I’m not a fan of gar­lic pow­der. Any sug­ges­tions for using whole or minced gar­lic gloves? Thanks!

Julie
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Julie

If I have to dou­ble the recipe to acco­mo­date 10 guests, do I need to add more time too?

Stacie
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Stacie

I tried this recipe tonight as a tri­al run for Thanksgiving–LOVED it. The only ques­tion I have is what kind of pota­toes did you use? I used East­ern tonight, but they actu­al­ly turned a brown­ish col­or when I mashed them, which I’m guess­ing is because of the skins? I’m sure I could peel them for a lighter appear­ance, but I thought I would ask first because I enjoyed the taste with skins, as well as the sim­plic­i­ty of not hav­ing to peel them. Thanks!

Michelle Seveney
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Michelle Seveney

I am going to make these for Thanks­giv­ing but will peel as I don’t think my kids will eat with the peels on! Not sure if it was answered but I’m assum­ing you mash in the crock­pot?

Mark
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Mark

If I want to make 5lbs… Do I real­ly just mul­ti­ply the ingre­di­ents by 2.5? It seems like a lot of water and milk, for instance.

Rosalie
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Rosalie

I made this tonight and my pota­toes came out light brown — it wasn’t good at all. Per­haps I did some­thing wrong. Not sure how I messed up since the recipe is pret­ty straight for­ward.

Nancy
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Nancy

This recipe is cook­ing away in my crock pot as I write! Super easy, con­vient, and tasty!

Terri
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Terri

Do you cut the pota­toes or put them in whole?

Holly
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Holly

Do you cut the pota­toes or leave them whole?

Catherine
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Catherine

I am going to try this with sweet pota­toes. I’ll leave out the gar­lic and add cin­na­mon, nut­meg and sug­ar.

Brett
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Brett

Thank you Crock Pot Girl for this. Ques­tion: So throw every­thing in the crock, let it sit for 7 hours, then mash it all when its done, while it is still in the crock? What if it gets ready before the 7 hours? Sor­ry, new at this.

Patti Kelsey
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Patti Kelsey

Milk is not list­ed in the ingre­di­ent list from what I can see but yet it is men­tioned in the direc­tions. How much milk is used?

Meet Jenn Bare

Jenn is the founder of Get­Crocked, the #1 resource for slow cook­ing with over 1.5 mil­lion online fol­low­ers. She inno­vates recipes dai­ly with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cook­er.

She innovates recipes daily…

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a week­ly “Mom Mon­day” seg­ment on ABC-15 in Phoenix.

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