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VELVEETA® Potato Bites

VELVEETA® Potato Bites recipe
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Crunchy, popable potato balls with an ooey gooey, cheesy center. Seriously. As if game day isn't enough fun already.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 6 min
servings
total:
24 servings
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posted:
12/16/2014
this recipe was bland for me, i will not make again.
posted:
3/21/2013
it was so good.....the only thing is i cut the cheese in half.and added parsley. rose
posted:
2/8/2013
This was a great idea for a superbowl party. I made a batch of these and they were all gone quickly. The only suggestion I would have is to get instant potatoes to make them with which would save a lot of time. I personally like quick and easy recipes.
posted:
12/27/2012
I thought these turned out great! I baked my potatoes and put them through a ricer the next day. I added two eggs because it looked like it needed both. Added the green onions and bacon bits (per other reviews). Potatoes always need salt so I added that. Next time I will try and add garlic and onion powder. I kept theVelveeta as that stays creamier compared to cheddar. I used a medium cookie scoop to portion out, added Velveeta and rolled in gluten free crumbs and then actually deep-fried them!
posted:
12/16/2012
Potatoes were a little gooey but if you let them set until cool they are easier to mess with! But very good overall!
posted:
5/2/2011
I took the advice of the other reviews and added Lawry's, bacon pieces, and used cheddar rather than Velveeta. I still thought it was missing something. I also made the potatoes ahead of time and let them cool so they were much easier to roll. Not sure if I will make these again. It was alot of work for something that didn't taste terrific.
posted:
2/21/2011
This was a big hit with the guys on game night! They were a bit time consuming but worth it. I made a few tweaks based on previous reviews...added Ranch Dip mix and chopped cooked bacon and used cubed cheddar chunks instead of Velveeta. They weren't as crispy as I would have liked but that could have been because I was anxious to get them out of the oven. I also served them with Ranch dressing. Overall-delicious!
posted:
2/20/2011
Loved it. Very different. I served them with hamburger steak and broccoli. Cooking for 2 so will freeze some.
posted:
2/12/2011
I would make this again but it needs help. I added Mrs. Dash, seasalt, Lawry's, real bacon bits. Next time I would use cheddar as the velveeta taste got lost in the poatoes. I did boil and mash these earlier in the day or they would have been real hard to roll warm. . I used the Ranch and Herb shake and bake which gave it real good flavor. Would make as a side dish with meat of some sort but not as a appittizer. I had planned on making these the night of the super bowl but was such a mess over the close game (GO PACK GO) I added the spices and rolled them up the next night and they where fine. Did not use salsa but dipped in ranch dressing.
posted:
2/7/2011
Roll the mashed potatoes into a ball? Really? How? This is the messiest, and unfortunately least appetizing in taste, recipe that I have made in 20+ years. Terrible! My husband & I both tried one, and then threw the rest away (along with the rest of the mashed potato mixture that was giving me fits!) I'm just grateful I made them only for my family and not guests! Don't make these!
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