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Grilled Hot Crash Potatoes

Grilled Hot Crash Potatoes (3)

Pioneer Woman has a recipe for Hot Crash Potatoes, which are very good potatoes, but usually when I have small potatoes, cause we’ve just gotten them from the garden, it’s summer time and I hate turning on the oven in the summer.  Especially at 450 degrees for 20 – 25 minutes + you have to boil them before they go into the oven……… So anyway, Sunday night I was making dinner on the grill, we had chicken breast, corn and potatoes

Grilled Hot Crash Potatoes (4)

When I got the idea, I could do the Hot Crash Potatoes on the grill!  I didn’t boil them, just popped them on the grill pan with the corn, when they got tender, I smushed them, drizzled a little oil on them, salt, pepper, some chives and let them crisp up on the grill! And they were amazing!

Hot Crash Potatoes

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Servings will vary on the size of your potatoes and how many you want.  My potatoes were small, about the size of a golf ball maybe a little bigger, so we had 2 to 3 per person, but I love potatoes!

Small potatoes

1 TBSP. olive oil, per 3 potatoes

salt, pepper

Herbs can be chives, rosemary or thyme.

On a medium hot grill, put your grill pan with potatoes on and grill rounding the around for about 15 to 20 minutes, until you can press down on them and they give and spread out.  I use the bottom of a jar. Drizzle tops with 1/2 of the olive oil, grill for another 5 minutes, flip, add additional olive oil, sprinkle with salt, pepper and herb of your choice. Grill for additional 5 minutes, until potatoes are soft, and brown and crispy.

This recipe was shared at The Country Cooks Potluck Party!

Crock Pot Baked Beans



These crock baked beans were awesome, My small town always has a 4th of July celebration(which was actually on the 2nd of July) which was also the same day as my church’s Op Shop, so I was busy from 5 in the morning until after 10 o’clock Saturday night, long, long day, so I took some shortcuts. but you’d never know! Canned baked beans, dressed up, so you have time for party decorations

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and the desserts


Stuffed strawberries and cheesecake cookie cups, this dish was a total no brainer,   which amazing when you are throwing a party.

Crock Pot Baked Beans

2 28 oz. cans of Bush’s Baked Beans(I used vegetarian)

2 TBSP brown sugar

4 slices of cooked bacon, crumbled

1/4 cup ketchup

1/4 cup barbecue sauce

1 TBSP Worcestershire sauce

Combine everything, and cook on low for 4 hours, stir occasionally, 10 minutes before you are ready to serve, take the lid off the slow cooker to thicken the sauce