Everyone here at The Little Potato Company is getting pretty giddy now that spring is just around the corner. What’s not to love? The hint of warmer weather, birds singing, and flowers growing. Mother Nature is making a fresh start and we can’t wait for the bounty that’s in store!
What a thrill it is to start seeing spring produce at local stores and farmers markets now. Fresh, crisp greens and herbs are usually the first to appear and it’s a tasty delight that these treasures go so well with our Creamer potatoes.
We know you’re ready for spring in your kitchen and on your plate, and it’s time to start enjoying the refreshing tastes of some lighter dishes and salads again. So in the spirit of celebrating a new season here are seven delectable, potato recipes that will get you in the mood for spring!
Scrumptious spring Creamer potato salads
Our Terrific Trio Potato Salad has just a few simple ingredients including spring greens and tomatoes. It’s a delicious way to embrace the new season.
Add some warmth to a simple green salad. Or add some green to a simple potato salad! Either way you look at it, with our Creamer Potato Salad with Warm Greens. It’s a win-win.
Explore the secret to the deliciousness of our Spinach, Egg and Potato Salad. It’s not just the fresh Creamer potatoes…the tangy bacon dressing is so good!
Lots of fresh herbs, scallions and watercress make this unique Smashed Potato Salad an impressive dish for your next party.
twist on a traditional tuna and potato Nicoise, this Salmon Nicoise Salad is the perfect recipe for a spring dinner.
New and tasty ways to cook Creamers
This Creamer potato Rosti with Fresh Herbs will become a family favorite—lots of fresh herbs in this crunchy potato pancake. Yum!
Mix it up
Creamy, silky potatoes and tender crisp spring veggies in a yummy Spring Medley with Creamer Potatoes, and amazingly this dish comes together in just 10 minutes.
We recommend continuing to celebrate the fresh tastes of spring by checking out more great recipes ideas on our spring recipe board on Pinterest.
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