I am a huge fan of garlic and potatoes! Combining them to make Crockpot Garlic Potatoes is well the perfect side for any meal, in my opinion.
Crockpot Garlic Potatoes
As you know I am also a huge fan of my Crock-Pot! I hearts and flowers love my Crock-Pot. I really am not sure why it took me so long to start using it all the time. It makes cooking and preparing meals so dang easy and quick.
I made these Garlic Mashed Potatoes in chunks because that is what sounded good. You could easily add in milk or cream and mix these into garlic mashed potatoes.
- Garlic powder
- Salt and pepper
Optional - Parmesan Cheese, thyme, oregano
Potatoes - We used Russet Potatoes but this recipe would also taste great with red potatoes.
Garlic - We used garlic powder but this would work great with fresh minced or jarred garlic.
Crockpot - We suggest using a crockpot that has a digital timer that automatically switches the slow cooker to warm after a set amount of time. This helps make sure your dinner cooks perfectly and you don't have to stress about what time it is going to be done.
Mix n Chop - We use the mix n chop to mash the potatoes.
You can leave these as chunky potatoes or mash them into Mashed Garlic Potatoes. It just depends on how you enjoy them.
We hope you enjoy these Crock Pot Garlic Potatoes!
Recipes to pair with Garlic Potatoes
These are some of our favorite Thanksgiving Recipes made in a crockpot. These Garlic Potatoes can be made year-round but they are great for Thanksgiving!
Save oven space and stress by prepping these ahead of time and letting them cook all morning. One less thing to worry about during the holidays!
These are also great for Christmas Dinner. Who am I kidding these are great any day of the year.
This recipe is featured in our epic side dishes for Sloppy Joes post.
Check out all of our vegetarian slow cooker recipes.
Garlic Potatoes in the Crock-Pot
- 5 pounds potatoes diced
- 1 cup Water
- 1 cup Butter cut into chunks
- ¾ Teaspoon garlic powder
- Add potatoes, water, butter, and garlic powder to Crock-Pot
- Cook high for 4 hours
- You can enjoy the potatoes as chunks or add 1 ⅓ cup milk and mash the potatoes
Recipe originally shared on March 6, 2013. Updated October 2020.