Clean Eating Potato Recipe

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You can change up favorite recipes to make clean eating versions of the recipe. One of my children is a huge fan of potatoes and any and all potato dishes. I decided to clean up the delicious potato croquette recipe and turn it into a clean eating potato recipe. These croquettes are slightly crispy and compliment many different main dishes perfectly. 

serving plate of  potato pancakes in foreground with plate with chicken, potato pancakes, carrots and fork in background

These crispy potato croquettes are a delicious comfort food. I first tasted potato croquettes when I was stationed in Germany. They immediately became a favorite dish of mine. I used a Greek version of a croquette recipe as the starting point for my clean eating potato recipe version. I first served them with my Clean Eating Recipe for Greek Lemon Chicken. My family raved when we had the croquettes for dinner. I found my children reheating them the next day for breakfast. That makes this croquette recipe perfect for dinner and breakfast. A twofer clean eating potato recipe, if you will. 

overhead view of 6 potato pancakes on white plate on white wood table

What’s your favorite way to eat potatoes? If you’re a potato fan like all of my family are, you’ll want to give this clean eating potato recipe a try.  Also, here’s how to How to Store Potatoes Ideas & Tips.

potato pancakes with parsley on white plate with chicken and carrots in the background

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6 Comments

  1. These look really good. I remember my German grandmother making these. I loved them about as much as your family. Funny thing is, I have never made them. I always think I will try them when I have leftover potatoes. Great recipe

  2. I’m definitely eating “cleaner” this year, and have been on the hunt for recipes I haven’t tried. These look delicious and I can’t wait to make them!

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