My previous experience of making traditional Italian gnocchi left me thinking that it was too time consuming(and sticky) to ever try making gnocchi again. Luckily I came across this recipe when searching for and posting recipes for the Zaar World Tour 2005. The recipe comes from “Best-Ever Cook’s Collection: Vegetarian” and is super easy to make and tastes great too; what's more, it loks very swanky if baked as individual portions in gratin dishes. I think this recipe is a winner and I now make this regularly and serve it with a rich tomato sauce. Preparation time does not include cooling/chilling time for the gnocchi, but for weekday eating I find it convenient to make the gnocchi mixture a day in advance, while I'm preparing another meal; cutting out and baking the gnocchi the next day is a very quick step.