Boiled Chicken Broth Potatoes {Gluten Free}

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Doesn’t this look like a Farmer’s table!? Fresh and natural.

Boiled these beautiful potatoes last night! Sometimes you just have to sink your teeth into starchy food. This fit the bill after a long day of work in heels!

These yummy potatoes were full of such flavor, and I have gluten free chicken broth to thank for that. Seriously, I may never boil potatoes the same again.

By adding chicken broth, it really infused the meat of the potato with a great taste. Give this a try.

I am so sure your family will love this recipe and dinner guests will too. What a simple little dish that is delicious.

I kind of felt like Mother Earth setting this out on my table. Don’t they look so delish and natural!?

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Yum. Look at those delicious potatoes!

You will need: 2 cups of gluten free chicken broth, 1 tbsp. chives, 1 tbsp. olive oil and a sprinkle of garlic powder.

This is simple y’all. But, simple has never tasted so good! Just bring your two cups of chicken broth to a boil. Dump your teeny potatoes (after washing them) in the boiling broth and add your olive oil.

Add your seasonings on after the potatoes have boiled for about 10 minutes. So sprinkle on the dried chives and garlic powder. Cook for another 10 minutes. Once the potatoes are soft, serve!

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Loaded Garlic Mashed Red Potatoes

ImageBeing gluten free – I crave starchy things at times. However, this is really a no-win situation because breads, a bunch of crackers and cereals are off limits. Bummer.

Yet – I have learned the potato is a wonderful food for nights like last night.

I had about 5 red potatoes left over (needed to use them). So – had a thought. How about make some starchy baked potatoes.

This recipe is fantastic. I ate it as a main dish but I think it is perfect for a Thanksgiving or Christmas side dish. People will love it.

You will need: 5 red potatoes (chopped up in smaller pieces), 1 cap of olive oil, 2 tbsp. fat-free sour cream, 1 tbsp. dried chives, 1 tbsp. butter, 1 tbsp. garlic powder, 2 tbsp. Parmesan cheese and salt and pepper to taste.

First fill a pot with water – set on stove and boil the potatoes. Cut the potatoes up in chunks and sprinkle in a cap full of olive oil for seasoning.

After the potatoes are soft and cooked, drain the water from the pot and mashed up the potatoes with a big fork. Slowly add in the sour cream, butter, chives, garlic powder and Parmesan cheese. And then sprinkle on salt and pepper to taste!

Fantastico! You are done – and have a big ol’ bowl of loaded garlic potatoes. They are gluten free and should hit the spot for that starchy craving or satisfy the holiday hungry family. Yummy.