First you have to peel 4-5 potatos. Here I have 2 extra because I had some smaller potatos to choose from.
|Yes I know I am not the best peeler in world, so sue me|
|We don't want anyone getting sick now do we?|
|For this next part you will need this handy little tool that I just LOVE!|
Now that you have peeled and washed potatos you must cube them, very hard and time consuming unless you have a chop wizard. I absolutely love this thing and for all you non-chef cheaters out there like me, this is the way to go!
|Cut and cube the washed taters. Be careful with the knife though!|
Along with a soup can full of water then set aside the can to be used later.
And set your crockpot on high to let the mixture cook for 2-3 hours, or until the potatos have reached the desired tenderness. Just a side note, mine weren't that tender, but we had to go and cheer on a jr. high girls' basketball game so I just went ahead and finished it out.
Don't forget to stir occassionally.
After 2-3 hours during which you have cleaned your previous mess (yeah right) and put your child down for a nap (aka slept with him on the couch so he would acutally sleep) come right on back for phase 2.
|Here is what it should look like (maybe lol) after 2-3 hours.|
|Here I am pouring the milk and splattering it all on the sides!|
|Don't forget to stir continuously until it is all good and mixed to your desired consistency.|
|The finised product|
|The end result!|