11 Reviews

Very good! Served with corned beef, Irish soda bread, and roasted carrots for St. Patrick's Day. Light and fluffy without being full of butter and fat. Only change I made was to put potato mixture through a large-holed ricer. Love those Cooking Light recipes, thanks for sharing!

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LonghornMama March 19, 2013

Oh yum, Sharon these are wonderful! I am usually a very traditional butter/milk/salt mashed potato kind of girl, but tonight I resisted temptation to change the recipe up and tried the cream cheese and sour cream. Yum! Very fluffy and very rich, though I used fat free versions of both ingredients. For me the real kicker was using garlic and broth to boil the veggies; it really added that special something. Made for St. Patty's to go under Irish Stew, and I will revisit the recipe I'm sure. It makes quite a lot and is quite filling! I scaled the recipe back to serve four and still had a good amount left over. FWIW my 3 year old didn't notice the cabbage at all--woohoo! Thanks for posting. Made for PRMR.

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smellyvegetarian March 17, 2011

Delicious! Light, fluffy, and flavorful.

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rondastar May 08, 2010

Had this yesterday with my corned beef. Absolutely delicious. Had plenty of leftovers, so will enjoy for lunch today, also. Another winning recipe, Sharon. Made for PRMR recipe tag game.

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Darkhunter March 18, 2010

WOW! What a deliciously creamy and flavoursome recipe and so wonderfully low-fat which will make this a regular side-dish for us. :) It was the perfect accompaniment for diner524's Pepper Garlic Beef Kabobs and would be great with any meat dishes. I loved the fact that it had so much garlic and that it's a dish that has two vegetables in it. I used Savoy cabbage and low-fat cheese, cream and milk. Thanks for sharing yet another super recipe, Sharon. Made for PRMR.

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bluemoon downunder March 30, 2009

Delish! Served with pan seared ribeyes and whiskey sauce. perfect!

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shawn.mouton March 19, 2009

This is amazing! Yummy. I wanted to make a casserole for my husband since I work late and am never home when he needs to fix dinner. I wanted to make both potatoes and cabbage and wondered if there was a casserole that combined both. This was the perfect answer - delicious!! Thank you!

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Flautatime March 24, 2008

This was magical! I was a bit afraid that my family wouldn't eat it, because of the cabbage. I mashed it really well, used fat free ingredients, but all of your measurements. Turned out so fluffy and flavorful! I served these potatoes with chicken slow cooked in french onion soup, which made for a great gravy on the top. Yum! Thanks for posting! You have some spectacular recipes!

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SmoochTheCook March 10, 2008

Very very yummy, I used red potatoes, and everything else I followed as per recipe ....ohhh so yummy. Even the non cabbage eaters like this one. I could eat a plate of this just on its own, it was so delicious!!! Another for my list ... Thanks Sharon 123 for a fantastic recipe!!!

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Tisme November 05, 2007

Yummy creamy comfort food! The garlic gave it a great flavor and the cabbage added just a little crunch. I made this exactly as written and will make it again. Thanx for sharing.

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*Parsley* August 24, 2006
Irish Mashed Potatoes With Cabbage