Potato Angels - the kinder, gentler cousin to the Deviled Egg - rich, creamy, and crispy, these one bite, hand held appetizers are packed with great flavor!
These bite size lovelies are phenomenally delicious and fun.
Just look at how cute they are.
I just happened to be in the right place at the right time (okay, in a chat thread in one of my vegan groups) when someone mentioned Potato Angels.
Intrigued, I quickly searched the person mentioned, and found the source of this wonderment. Then grabbed my keys and headed to the store for mini potatoes.
Have I shared my super secret exclusive technique for filling piping bags?
It works really well. Do that.
I followed the recipe exactly, and these are so tasty - crispy outside with creamy filling.
We enjoyed them with dinner - my quinoa basil bean burgers served warm over a kale chiffonade. They would also make a great appetizer for a party, or just a snack as you pass by the fridge...
I made another new kale chiffonade for that dinner.
which of course led to this...
To see the recipe and enjoy potato angels yourself, please visit VegWeb here!
these look so cute!! they sound so good, thank you for sharing
My husband is the husband who invented this!!! So glad others are enjoying these. We bring them to potlucks often. It is amazing how the eggs are not missed!
well hello! I was wondering if the creator would find out I made these - didn't know if contributors receive notification of traffic on that website or what. THANK YOU for sharing these - we have made them twice now and love Love LOVE them! cheers! 😀
how fun! your photos are good, I love the last one LOL
how do you make them?
hi Carrie, I linked to the original recipe in the post. you can see it here --> POTATO ANGELS.
can I have the recipe?
such a cute idea, I bet they taste good too! thanks for sharing
you are very welcome, Fran - happy to share things when we really love them!
these look so good!
Heather @ Better With Veggies says
Wow - just wow! These look amazing. I'm coming over and forcing you to cook for me. 🙂
sounds good to me! 😉
I have never heard of these either but they look fantastic. Great tip on filling a pastry bag too!
I hadn't either, as soon as I did hear of them, I made them immediately! 😉 and have made them again already!