Bob Evans' Mashed Potatoes Copycat Recipe


Bob Evans' Mashed Potatoes Copycat Recipe

You love these mashed potatoes so much, why not bring them home?

Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes Copycat Recipe
Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes Copycat Recipe

Ever wonder what goes into Bob Evans' magically mashed potatoes? This copycat recipe brings this classic instant comfort food into your kitchen. These mashed potatoes are known for being creamy, buttery, and simple to make. With this recipe, you can make an easy copycat version of a fan-favorite without having to make an extra trip to the grocery store.

Everyone knows that mashed potatoes are a must-have side that pairs perfectly with a huge variety of dinners. This recipe is so easy that you'll be tempted to make it constantly and so delicious that you might just skip the main course. Just be sure to make enough to go around.

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  • 5 Yukon Gold potatoes, quartered
  • 1/2 cup butter
  • 1 (8-ounce) can evaporated milk
  • 2 tablespoons sour cream
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Wash and quarter your potatoes.

  2. In a medium or large pot, add the potatoes and add just enough water to cover the potatoes.

  3. Boil the potatoes until tender.

  4. Remove the potatoes from the water and add in the butter and sour cream to the potatoes, so they will melt.

  5. Begin mashing the potatoes, and slowly add in the evaporated milk as you mash.

  6. Add salt and pepper to taste.

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Yum yum. I love when mashed potatoes have sour adds an incredible creaminess that makes you want to go back for seconds.

Two thumbs up for these mashed potatoes. The sour cream adds so much flavor!

I LOVE these mashed potatoes. So rich and buttery


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