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Easy Garlic Roasted Potatoes Dairy-Free

These easy roasted potatoes have been a family favorite for years.

And yes, the kiddos gobble them up!

See our favorite dairy-free potato side dish recipe below.

Garlic roasted potatoes are certainly one of the easiest side dishes I’ve ever made. 

And they are packed full of seasoning and flavor. 

I most love how simple these are, perfect for a food allergy family. 

No crazy ingredients like cream of mushroom or shredded cheese. 

Just good ole’ potatoes, oil, and seasoning. 

Wash up the potatoes, cut them, put them in a baking dish, and toss them in oil and spices. 

Put them in the oven, let ’em bake, flip them once.

Easy as that!

I love oven cooking and not having to stand over food and watch it constantly. 

Who has time for that? 

The recipe below is what we use for our family of four. 

Feel free to double it or multiply the batch as big as you need.

I do feel like these go a long way, longer than I expect. 

A good frame of reference is how many potatoes each person would eat and cut enough with that in mind. 

My hubby will eat these for leftovers but the rest of us not so much, lol. 

Hot and fresh out of the oven is our fave!

Be sure to toss these halfway through baking so they don’t stick to the dish, and so they brown evenly. 

Crispy brown sides are so yummy. 

PRO TIP: I don’t buy everything organic. But I can taste the difference with potatoes. Give organic potatoes a try, you’ll love them! 

See recipe below. 

Garlic Roasted Potatoes

Serves 4 



Preheat oven to 400. 

Wash the potatoes well. 

Cut potatoes into quarters or the best bite-size for your kiddos. 

Place the cut potatoes, single layer, into your favorite baking dish. 

Add the oil and spices, toss potatoes until fully coated. 

Place dish in the oven and bake 45-60 minutes, tossing halfway through with a spatula. 

Test doneness by poking a fork into a large potato piece. When the fork will go through easily and the potatoes are tender, remove from oven and serve hot. 

Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. To reheat, a toaster oven works best. 

Hope you love these allergy-friendly roasted potatoes as much as we do.

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