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I've tried a bunch of these and, by far, the best one is Idahoan. Worth the extra $. Skip the rest.
Just a thought...

These are the smaller 4.7oz packs and at the $5.25 price are $.75 each, at Dollar Tree & 99 cent stores the Hungry Jack mashed potatoes are 8oz for $1.25 (just increased from $1). Wally's has their Great Value 9oz for $1, and the bigger 15.3oz boxes for $1.60.

The advantages to Hungry Jack/Great Value brands, besides price, is unlike Betty Crocker they don't add salt, oil, milk, potato flavoring, or coloring to the flakes - so you can decide how much of anything to add that your diet or your child's allows, and they tend to have a longer shelf life.

BTW- The usual difference between the regular and creamy versions is the added oil.
Maltodextrin: derived from vegetable starch and used to make the dehydrated and rehydrated potatoes have a more full texture (mouthfeel)
glycerides: fancy names for the main components of vegetable oils
silicon dioxide: aka silica. Used to prevent moisture from turning the dehydrated potatoes into hydrated potatoes while sitting on the shelf. Completely indigestible. Harmless.
sodium acid pyrophosphate: buffer (acid/base stabilizer), chelator (binds to free metals so that organisms don't have food to eat and grow in your potatoes), and leavening agent. Sounds scary but it is just like its cousins that we are all familiar with -- baking soda and citric acid and tartaric acid-- which you put in your biscuits (as baking powder) and don't think twice about. These all do the same thing and are just as frightening except 'sodium bicarbonate' or 'tricarboxylic acid' would sound just as scary if you didn't know they were baking soda and citric acid.
sodium bisulfite: preservative; made by reacting lye and sulphur -- actually kind of nasty, used as less than 0.01% or so to keep the food unspoiled. Regarded as safe in this amount, but I wouldn't blame anyone for wanting to avoid it when possible.

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No coupon for me
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A few other flavors also have the 20% off coupon.

Betty Crocker Sour Cream and Chives Potatoes, 4.7 oz (Pack of 7) https://a.co/hXW7NvX

Betty Crocker Homestyle Butter and Herb Potatoes, 4.7 oz (Pack of 7) https://a.co/btWY1im

Betty Crocker Hearty Four Cheese Potatoes, 4.7 oz (Pack of 7) https://a.co/0xrkbUg
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These are insanely good and easy
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Coupon only for some. Picked it up for $6.65 S&S. 5% off.
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thanks op. processed potatoes because real potatoes + salt + butter [+ herbs] isn't easy / 20% off
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Thanks op. Some people have limited storage and this will be perfect to have on hand. Thanks for sharing
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I got this from deal last time.
It is quite easy to use and handy when busy.

It is a bit salty for me though, so i don't put butter.
Would got it again if it was not that salty.
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Thanks I grabbed some for lazy Shepherd's Pie
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"made with 100% real potatoes". (but we also put in a ton of preservatives, like maltodextrin, mono and diglycerides, silicon dioxide, sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bisulfite...)
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Just a thought...

These are the smaller 4.7oz packs and at the $5.25 price are $.75 each, at Dollar Tree & 99 cent stores the Hungry Jack mashed potatoes are 8oz for $1.25 (just increased from $1). Wally's has their Great Value 9oz for $1, and the bigger 15.3oz boxes for $1.60.

The advantages to Hungry Jack/Great Value brands, besides price, is unlike Betty Crocker they don't add salt, oil, milk, potato flavoring, or coloring to the flakes - so you can decide how much of anything to add that your diet or your child's allows, and they tend to have a longer shelf life.

BTW- The usual difference between the regular and creamy versions is the added oil.
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I've tried a bunch of these and, by far, the best one is Idahoan. Worth the extra $. Skip the rest.
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