My favorite day of the week is Sunday because it’s all about family. Unlike Saturday, when we sleep in late and order take-out (which, don’t get me wrong, is awesome, too!), Sunday is usually spent with my sister and her kids, where we go out in the afternoon and then end up back at one of our homes for Sunday dinner. It’s a tradition that I’d like to keep for as long as possible.
This Sunday, everyone is coming to my house for Easter. I’m planning the full spread, with sliced honey ham, baked beans, macaroni & cheese and creamy mashed potatoes. Sounds delish, doesn’t it!?
This post is sponsored by Idahoan®. All opinions are my own.
Now, I do have to let you in on a little secret. My creamy and delicious mashed potatoes are the Idahoan® Brand … and take only 5 minutes to prepare! I gave up peeling, boiling and mashing a long time ago— and with delicious, smooth-tasting mashed potatoes that taste as good as homemade, there’s no reason not to use Idahoan Signature™ Russets Mashed Potatoes – they taste just like homemade!
Idahoan Signature™ Russets Mashed Potatoes taste delish on their own, but this year I thought I’d switch things up and combine spinach and Parmesan cheese to the mix for Easter. Of course, I had to try out my creation in advance, and the results were pretty amazing! I will be serving these Spinach Mashed Potatoes this Sunday, and for many more to come.
Spinach Mashed Potatoes Recipe
- 1 package Idahoan® Signature™ Russets Mashed Potatoes
- 5 cups water
- 6 Tbsp. butter
- 1 cup milk
- 5 oz frozen chopped spinach prepared
- 1/2 shaved Parmesan cheese
- salt & pepper to taste
- Prepare Idahoan® Signature Russets Mashed Potatoes as directed on package.
- Fold in 5oz (half package) chopped spinach. Add salt & pepper to taste.
- Top with Parmesan cheese
Idahoan® Signature Russets Mashed Potatoes come in an easy seal pouch so you only use what you need.
Idahoan Signature Russets Mashed Potatoes are easy to replicate any day of the week, so now you can make “Any Day Taste Like Sunday,” Easter Sunday and beyond.