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Idahoan Cups Go Camping

Idahoan Mashed Potato Cups are always good for on-the-go situations, and camping definitely falls in that category. Top 5 Reasons to take Idahoan Cups Camping 1. You only need a spoon – doing dishes is never that fun, and especially not when camping! With our cups, there’s no need to dirty any dishes.2. Just add…

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Camp Hash Browns

Why is it that everything tastes better when you are camping? Is it the fresh air? The change of environment? The daily activities – hiking, swimming, fishing – that work up a real hunger? Maybe the reason doesn’t really matter as long as there’s something delicious to eat. That’s where we come in. Not only…

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Camping Scalloped Potatoes

Easy Camping Food Idea

When you’re camping, we think, it should be all about hikes, and campfires, and fishing. Not laboring over a camp stove making meals. But why is it that nothing tastes better than food cooked in the mountains, over an open flame and eaten by a campfire? So we have the perfect compromise of ease, great…

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Idahoan is perfect for backpacking

The Perfect Backpacking Food

Summer in Idaho, as well as many other places, means a time to get outside. When we want to escape the hustle and bustle of it all, we strap on our backpack and head for the hills. And you can bet we have some pouches of Idahoan mashed packed. Why you should take Idahoan products…

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Idahoan Wins 2019 Product of the Year–Side Dish Category

IDAHOAN® FAMILY SIZE MASHED POTATOES VOTED PRODUCT OF THE YEAR 2019 Largest Consumer Survey of Product Innovation Awards Idahoan® Family Size Mashed Potatoes As Category Winner! NEW YORK, February 8, 2019 – Idahoan Foods, LLC announced today that its  Idahoan® Family Size Mashed Potatoes, has been named Product of the Year for 2019, receiving top honors…

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Idaho® Potato Bunny Cakes

Despite what they might think, kids cannot live on the bounties of the Easter basket alone. So after all the eggs have been found (or at least you hope ALL have been found) and before the chocolate bunny is missing more than one ear, we propose a breakfast so fun that it won’t be hard…

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Fish Fry

For 60 days a year, starting in February and ending either late March or early April, fish becomes a standard on menus on Fridays. Expect to see clam chowder as the daily soup choice and fish fries popping up in church gyms. So why no meat on Fridays and why doesn’t fish count as meat?…

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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day

On March 17 there’s more Irish people than any other day of the year as no one (whether they actually come from this lineage or not) wants to be left out of the fun. And I don’t think there’s any doubt that the Irish like to have fun and with St. Patrick’s Day being on…

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Souper Easy Dinner

Throughout the holiday season we partnered with a variety of bloggers to come up with souper easy dinner ideas, starting with – you guessed it – Idahoan Hearty Soups. The holidays might be over but these recipes are going to help us keep us warm from the inside out all winter long. One example is…

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Ways to Warm Up This Winter

Brrrrr! It’s definitely winter in Idaho! Sure… highs in the mid 30’s might seem balmy to some (we’re looking at you Chicago and Minneapolis) but the wind whipping across the open fields is just downright bone- chilling. It has us pondering ways to warm up this winter. So we teamed up with Melissa and her…

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Mashed Idaho® Potato Coffee Ring with Cinnamon Drizzle

Ready for Christmas Morning!

Ok… before you even look at the recipe, we admit it’s more complicated than most we post but our friends over at the Idaho Potato Commission teamed up with blogger Monica Kass Rogers of Lost Recipes Found to create this recipe for Mashed Idaho® Potato Coffee Ring with Cinnamon Drizzle. If that doesn’t have Christmas…

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Souper Holiday Season Supper

While there’s a lot of meals during the holiday season that we spend extra time on, there’s still a lot that we need to squeeze in between our regularly scheduled activities, whether that be meetings or sports practice; homework or housework. And this on top of all the extra holiday activities vying for your time…

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