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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.
20 min
1 hr 6 min
24 servings
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I made this recipe, using some of the modifications suggested by others who had already made it. I used cheddar cheese instead of velveeta, put bacon bits in the potato mix, and left the mashed potatoes to cool overnight in the fridge. I think you could probably use boxed potatoes and not fresh if needed. If I make them again, I would mix some type of cheddar cheese blend with the potatoes as well as bacon bits. I'd add more salt as well. They are delicious with hot sauce. The potatoes are sticky and hard to roll up - a pain to make but good. They were a hit with my family.
this recipe was bland for me, i will not make again.
it was so good.....the only thing is i cut the cheese in half.and added parsley. rose
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.
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!
Potatoes were a little gooey but if you let them set until cool they are easier to mess with! But very good overall!
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.
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!
Loved it. Very different. I served them with hamburger steak and broccoli. Cooking for 2 so will freeze some.
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.
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