Potato Bread

using CorEats Bread Mix

Leftovers… Some love them while many- well- they find them less than a-peeling! No matter which camp you find yourself in, at least when it comes to your leftover mashed taters, I’ll have you singing praises (perhaps even a love song or two).

Truth be told, once you wrap your mouth around a slice of this bread, I have a feeling you’ll be "accidentally" making too many mashed potatoes; but of course it will totally be on purpose, hehe! I see that smile sprouting- You know that’s exactly what you were thinking!

I definitely think you’ll agree- CorEats Bread mix and mashed potatoes are a mash made in heaven! The sooner we get baking, the sooner we EAT! So let’s go!



Potato Bread

1 CorEats Bread Mix

½ cup mashed potatoes *

½ cup sour cream **

⅓ cup milk **

2 eggs

2 Tbsp oil or melted butter** 

1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar

*You may use leftover, prepared mashed potatoes or try using organic potato flakes- following the recipe provided on the package for quick mashed potatoes.

**Both dairy or Vegan varieties work great! 



1. Preheat your oven to 350°

2. Prepare your bread pan by spraying or greasing it with oil. Lay a sheet of parchment paper across one side, across the bottom, and up the other side. 

3. Empty the dry bread mix into a medium sized bowl.

4. In a separate bowl, add all the wet ingredients, including mashed potatoes, and whisk until smooth.

5. Combine the wet and dry ingredients, mixing until the batter is smooth.

6. Pour the batter into your prepared baking dish.

7. Bake for 45-50 minutes, or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean and your bread is nicely browned.

8. Cool completely for easier slicing. Enjoy your bread as is or pile it high and deep for the perfect sandwich!





Artisan style bread, using cast iron 
Preheat an 8” round cast iron pan by placing the pan into the oven as it preheats. Before adding bread batter, spray it well with oil. Bake as directed. When finished, you may opt to drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with your favorite herb or seasoning.

If using parchment paper, you will not need to preheat your pan. You can simply press the parchment paper into your pan until it takes the correct form. Pour your batter into the prepared pan and bake as directed. When using a cold cast iron skillet, you may need to add an additional 2-5 minutes baking time.



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