All Potato Everything: The 23 Most Searched Potato Recipes
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All Potato Everything: The 23 Most Searched Potato Recipes

We’ve brought you tons (and we mean TONS) of potato dishes in the past, but this roundup is dedicated to only the top Internet-searched potato recipes. That means we’re bringing you the best-of-the-best recipes for the most popular potato presentations out there. We’re talking hasselback potatoes, scalloped potatoes, potatoes au gratin, sweet potato casseroles and (just in time for Hanukkah!) LATKES. Get the butter and sour cream ready.

1. Cheesy Garlic and Herb Mashed Potatoes: We love our cheesy garlic mashed potatoes. This recipe calls for a topping of fresh chives and loads of butter. (via Cherished Bliss)

2. Parmesan Crusted Scalloped Potatoes: Take your scalloped potatoes to the next level by adding nutmeg and a crispy parmesan crust. (via Damn Delicious)

3. Garlic Roasted Potatoes: It doesn’t get much homier than roasted garlic potatoes. We prefer to use red ones for a little extra pop of color. (via Six Sisters’ Stuff)

4. Twice Baked Potatoes: Anything twice baked is twice as delicious. We may have to try these cheesy bad boys reaaaal soon. (via Lil’ Luna)

5. Hasselback Potatoes: This hasselback potato recipe keeps it simple. Potatoes, butter, olive oil, cheddar cheese and salt are all you need. (via She Makes and Bakes)

6. Parmesan Dill Potato Salad: With so many potato salad recipes out there, it’s pretty hard to narrow it down to the best one. Well, we’ve done the work for you, and we promise this parmesan-dill version will be delish. (via Will Cook for Smiles)

7. Creamy Potato Leek Soup: A cold day calls for hot soup, and this homemade bowl of creamy potato leek is a winner. (via Family Gone Healthy)

8. Cheesy Mashed Cauliflower: Craving mashed potatoes but not the extra carbs? Try this cheesy cauliflower mash instead. (via GI 365)

9. Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes: Roasted sweet potatoes just got kicked up a notch thanks to some local honey and a side of cinnamon dip. (via Averie Cooks)

10. Crispy Baked Sweet Potato Fries: The search for the perfect baked sweet potato fry is over. And it’s gluten-free. (via Prevention RD)

11. Garlic and Dill French Fries: It seems we’re on a potato and dill kick. These fries will go great with homemade ketchup or garlic chive aioli. (via Love & Olive Oil)

12. Salt and Vinegar Potato Chips: Sorry, Lays, we’ve moved on. We can make our own now, and they’re BETTER. (via Chocolate Moosey)

13. Sweet Potato Chips: Use any extra sweet potatoes you have lying around to make these crunchy-sweet salt + pepper chippies. (via Wishful Chef)

14. Baked Chili Cheese Fries: You don’t have to go to the ballpark to get the chili cheese fries of your dreams. All you need is one skillet and one hour. (via Baked Bree)

15. Hashbrown Bites: Bite-sized anything is great in our book. These crispy buggers will make your kiddos (and you) smile first thing in the AM. (via Babble)

16. Home Fries: Classic home fries are hard to beat. Toss in some green peppers as well for a little extra flavor. (via Handle the Heat)

17. Caramelized Onion + Cheddar + Potato Pierogies: YES. PIEROGIES. (via Or Whatever You Do)

18. Cheesy Potatoes Au Gratin: These potatoes au gratin are made with four flavorful cheeses and topped with breadcrumbs and prosciutto. (via The Cozy Apron)

19. Crispy Potato Latkes: Potatoes in pancake form? Yes, please. These crispy potato latkes are great for breakfast, lunch and dinner. (via Brown Eyed Baker)

20. Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes: Twice-baked potatoes call for cheese and sour cream, but twice-baked sweet potatoes call for pecan streusel and marshmallows. Duh! (via Lil’ Luna)

21. Sweet Potato Casserole: Sweet potato casseroles aren’t just for Thanksgiving. They’re sure to cheer you up on the coldest of winter days, too. (via Damn Delicious)

22. Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes: Two of our favorite kinds of potatoes have been combined into one tasty lookin’ dish. (via Tasty Kitchen)

23. Triple Threat Potatoes: Three kinds of potatoes all in one — they’re baked, mashed AND fried. #Yum (via Brit + Co)

Which potato preparation will be featured on your next dinner menu? Tell us in the comments!