Whether you like your potatoes mashed, roasted or stuffed, these 15 recipes will appeal to all potato lovers.
Cost per serving: 61¢
Elevate your mashed potatoes with this easy, flavorful side.
See recipe: Sour Cream–Chive Potato Cakes
Cost per serving: $1.35
Bring your family to the table with this scrumptious favorite. You can serve this recipe as a side but it's filling enough to be a meal. For a different taste, substitute frozen broccoli for the spinach.
See recipe: Twice-Baked Potatoes
Cost per serving: $1.40
These hearty stuffed potatoes contain real sour cream yet are only 231 calories each! Fix the full recipe to feed a crowd, or halve it for a family-dinner side dish.
See recipe: Broccoli-and-Cheese-Stuffed Baked Potatoes
Cost per serving: 30¢
This Stuffed Baby Potatoes recipe packs plenty of favor in bite-size portions—for under 50¢ a serving! If you don't have chives on hand, minced scallions will do the trick.
See recipe: Stuffed Baby Potatoes
Cost per serving: 18¢
This four ingredient, four step recipe couldn't be easier—and the result is always delicious!
Recipe: Crispy Roast Potatoes
Cost per serving: 95¢
No summer potluck is complete without potato salad, and the red potatoes add a shot of color to this flavorful recipe.
See recipe: Creamy Red Potato Salad
Cost per serving: 50¢
This cool and refreshing salad gets an extra kick of flavor from chopped fresh tarragon.
See Recipe: Potato and Green Bean Salad
Cost per serving: 79¢
If you don't have shallots on hand, substitute half an onion, finely minced (use a sweet onion if posible). Thinly slices scallions work too. You can make this salad up to a day ahead and refrigerate it, but it is best served at room temperature. Simply take out of the refrigerator an hour before serving.
Quick tip: If the mayonnaise mixture seems too think, add additional vinegar or fresh lemon juice a few teaspoons at a time until it's just right.
See recipe: New Potato Salad
Cost per serving: $1.40
Add comfort to any main dish with this rich and gooey side.
See recipe: Three-Cheese Scalloped Potatoes
Cost per serving: $1.03
Everyone will wants seconds of this traditional favorite Cheesy Potato Gratin recipe. You can use another type of potato for this dish. Red potatoes or Yukon gold work equally well. Sizes vary, so purchase by weight.
See recipe: Cheesy Potato Gratin
Cost per serving: $.69
Two comfort foods in one dish. Does it get any better?
See recipe: Mashed Potato Gratin
Cost per Serving: $1.27
Jazz up basic mashed potatoes with oven roasted shallots and garlic. If you’ve never cooked with shallots, you’ll love their sweet, slight onion flavor.
See recipe: Garlic-Shallot Mashed Potatoes
Cost per serving: 29¢
Tired of plain old mashed potatoes? Mix things up with this delicious mash of spuds and parsnips.
See recipe: Potato Parsnip Puree