Best Mashed Potatoes EVER!!

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Introduction: Best Mashed Potatoes EVER!!

here is the guide to make he best mashed potatoes you've ever had guarantied
shopping list:
potatoes, carrots, salt, pepper, ceam cheese(lots of it)
Optional: mushrooms, garlic powder, cheese, heavy cream

Step 1: Cook

First peal then cut potatoes into pieces about 1" to 2" and cut carrots into slices the same size as the potatoes then the potatoes and boil them in water.
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To test if they're done, take out a piece and cool under cold water then if it can be broken easily between your fingers then its done.

Drain the water out and let them cool a little.

Step 2: Mashing

Now mash the potatoes by either putting them into a blender or mahing them in the pot(don't forget to drain the water before you do).

While mashing add about 1/4 to 1/2 cups of creamcheese and as much salt and pepper as you want, then add various other ingrediants like heavy cream, a little garlic powder, chives,mushrooms, and other random things. Try experimenting with random spices and other things, pretty much anything will work in mashed potatoes

To make less thick mashed potatos add a SMALL amount of milk, if you add too much it will be like water

now the best part, getting rid of them

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    do you really need a carrot at your mashed potato?

    do you really need a carrot at your mashed potato

    a little less then then the potatoes, and the reason i did is because i dont measure it out is because this isn't from a cookbook, i made it myself

    You dont give measurements of ingredients. How many carrots? ect.