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Gluten Free Instant Mashed Potatoes?
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Hi everyone,

Does anyone know which brands of instant mashed potatoes are gluten free? I have an awesome recipe for breaded chicken that I used before going gluten free & can still use. It's yummy! All I need is the gluten free instant potatoes.

If anyone wants the recipe, I'll be happy to post it!

Thanks! :)

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Tigercat, I don't normally buy instant mashed potatoes but did so shortly before Christmas to make a dry instant potato soup mix (it was 'so so') and don't know if I'll ever make it again. But I did find gluten free instant mashed potatoes at Wal-Mart. Great Value brand. On the back of the box it is marked gluten free.

I'd love to have your recipe... :D

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Hi Lisa,

I use Betty Crocker Potato Buds.

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I use Hungry Jack instant potatoes, to me they are the best.

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I use Idaho Spuds brand, they disclose on the back that they contain milk ingredients only. :)

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Paradise Valley are fantastic. They are just potatoes, that's it. They come in a multi packet box and being a home of 1 I usually have leftovers. They reheat well and make a great topping for shepards pie.

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Tigercat, I don't normally buy instant mashed potatoes but did so shortly before Christmas to make a dry instant potato soup mix (it was 'so so') and don't know if I'll ever make it again. But I did find gluten free instant mashed potatoes at Wal-Mart. Great Value brand. On the back of the box it is marked gluten free.

I'd love to have your recipe... :D

Hi everyone! Thanks for all your help! I'm so glad there are so many gluten free potato flakes out there!

Here's my awesome chicken recipe!

4-5 Boneless chicken breasts

1 egg

1/4 cup of milk

1 cup instant potato flakes

1 tsp. garlic salt

1 tsp. paprika

1 tsp. poultry seasoning or McCormick Original Chicken Seasoning

1/2 cup Parmesan cheese

2 Tbsp. melted butter or margarine

* Preheat oven at 400

Wash chicken & trim fat. Pat dry.

In a bowl, beat egg & milk.

In another bowl combine potato flakes, garlic salt, paprika, Parmesan cheese and poultry seasoning.

Dip chicken breasts in egg mixture.

Then roll chicken in the potato mixture and evenly coat all sides.

Place chicken in baking pan.

Sprinkle the melted butter on breaded chicken

Bake at 400 for about 20 mins.

* Increase oven temp to 425 - cook for an additional 5-10 mins or until chicken is tender & juices run clear

Boy, I'm getting hungry! :D

Enjoy Everyone!

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