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  • Melani Wilson Designs

    oven roasted smashed potatoes - looks good! via Rachel Ray via Pioneer Women Cooks

  • Amanda Engel

    Boil. Smash. Season. Bake. Potatoes. Olive Oil. Salt. Pepper. Rosemary. From the Pioneer Woman.

  • Ann Medlin

    Crash Hot Potatoes ~The Pioneer Woman These look like an interesting twist on baked potatoes

  • Amy Maus

    boil, smash, season, bake - pioneer woman crash potatoes *made these tonight with dinner and not only did the old man rave about them, I was pretty pleased as well. I told him I would never make another baked potato ever again. I used red russet and they were divine!

  • Pam Shadick

    Baby Red Potatoe Recipe

  • Carla Bolhuis

    oven roasted smashed potatoes from the pioneer woman

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