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How to Make Easy, Cheesy, Homemade Baked Tater Tots

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Say goodbye to frozen tater tots forever with our easy cheesy recipe for homemade tater tots from scratch. Perfectly shaped and baked in a mini muffin tin, they become super crispy on the outside with creamy potato insides boasting loads of flavor from bacon, cheddar cheese, and chives!

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Make Them Fun! – If you have a shaped muffin tin, why not try it out? The muffin tin method for making tater tots leaves lots of room for being creative in the kitchen. We L♥VE using our heart-shaped mini muffin tin to make the tots extra filled with love. Let your creativity flow; there may be even more tin shapes that would work well too!

Kid-friendly cheesy baked tater tots that are “Oh So Good” adults will love them too!

Whether you eat them with ketchup, dunk them in a spicy remoulade sauce or eat them naked straight from the oven, kids of all ages will love these homemade tater tots that are way better than store-bought ever hoped to be.

ABOUT THIS RECIPE (per serving)

Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.

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Servings:  72 tots
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Prep Time :30 minutes
Cook Time :24 minutes
Total Time :54 minutes
Course : Dinner, Lunch, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine : American
Diet : Gluten Free, Low Fat, Low Salt
Calories 30
Fat 1
Carbohydrates 4
Protein 1

How to Make Crispy Homemade Tater Tots Baked from Scratch

We begin by choosing Wisconsin Russet potatoes for their thicker skins and flaky texture, thanks to their high starch and low moisture content. This quality allows our selected potatoes to absorb the oil, seasoning, and flavors from the bacon, cheese, and chives, making them the perfect potato for grating and staying intact without becoming mushy, giving us a creamy yet firm potato inside as they bake.

Leave the Skins On

The potato skins are left on so that we keep the added extra fiber (about 2 grams per ounce), and the B and C vitamins and other nutrients are retained. To make them easy to grate, we parboil the potatoes. Then once they are about halfway cooked and cooled, they’re grated into a large bowl, where grapeseed oil is added as a flavor natural oil and a small amount of flour to help hold things together. Next, simple spices are added and gently combined with all those ingredients, fluffing everything together by hand to keep things from becoming overworked and pasty.

Loads of Irresistible Flavor

To give these tots loads of irresistible flavor, we’ve chosen hickory-smoked home-cooked bacon, chopped into tiny bits, then combined off-the-block freshly grated cheddar cheese and garden-fresh cut chives in just the right amounts to spike the creamy potato insides while they bake.

How to Bake Tater Tots

Lastly, the tot mixture is divided into mini muffin tins that are generously coated with nonstick cooking spray before they’re baked. Each cavity is filled with about one tablespoon of the flaky potato mixture, then gently pressed into the muffin cup and flattened. Placing them in the oven, they bake until the first side is golden and crispy brown at the edges. Immediately, the tots are turned and then sprayed with oil afterward to finish baking to crisp perfection before serving.

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How to Parboil Potatoes

Scrub and remove any bad spots from russet potatoes and cut them into large chunks, placing them in a large pot. Continue by covering them with 1-inch cold water, then bring them to a boil over high heat. Immediately reduce the heat to medium to simmer for 6-7 minutes (the potatoes will only be halfway cooked). Drain and rinse with cold water until easy to handle.

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From Making Tater Tots Ahead, Reheating, and Freezing them to Creating Fun Shapes - Here are our best tips for irresistible tater tots that turn out every time!
Our recipe for homemade tater tots equals roughly one store-bought bag or about 72 tots. So unless you're making the recipe to feed an entire family at one setting, many readers may find the following tips very helpful. We've done our best to help you save time, pre-bake up a batch, and freeze it for later in our quick tips.

1) Make Them Ahead

You can speed up the making and baking process if you own multiple mini muffin tins. But despite whether you have one tin or many, the process is the same. Spray the tin generously with nonstick cooking spray, scoop the potato

mixture into each muffin cup cavity, press the mixture down, then cover each filled tin with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator until you’re ready to bake them. Before baking, let the tin(s) come to room temperature, then bake as directed in the recipe card.

Alternatively, the potato mixture can also be stored in a covered bowl in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours. When ready to bake, let the mixture come to room temperature, then bake as described.

2) Reheating

Leftover tater tots may be stored in the refrigerator, then slowly reheated in a 350°F (177°C) oven until warm and crispy.

3) How to Freeze Tater Tots

Prebake tater tots; reduce the time by half on each side as you bake, then freeze for up to three months. To freeze, arrange prebaked tater tots on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Place in the freezer for about an hour or until firmly frozen. Transfer the frozen tots to a tightly sealed, airtight container or tumble loosely into a freezer-safe zipper bag until needed.

Prepare frozen tots directly from the freezer in just the amount you need for a meal or a snack. Arrange frozen tots on a baking sheet. Place in a 425°F (218°C) oven and bake for 18-20 minutes or until crispy.

4) Create Some Mealtime Fun!

We know you’re all in for having fun in the kitchen and at the table, so why not try out a shaped muffin tin? The muffin tin method for making tater tots leaves lots of room for being creative in the kitchen. And because the potato mixture is packed into the muffin cups with your fingers, kids would love helping with making these tots in different shapes and sizes.

Our heart-shaped mini muffin tin worked perfectly for making tots extra filled with l♥ve. Let your creativity flow; besides heart shapes, there are undoubtedly other shapes that could work just as well!

For more healthy recipes that you can make in advance, check out our round-up of ideas in the Meal Prep Collection!

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Kick ‘Em Up a Notch

Want to take these tater tots to the next level? Try a few of our favorite variations for doing it:

  • Serve them cheesy hash brown style – Sprinkle with shredded cheddar cheese, then cover until the cheese melts. When covering, use a large dome skillet lid so the cheese won’t stick. To add some extra kick, garnish with sliced or diced jalapeños!
  • Fully loaded – Top with your favorite freshly grated cheese, and crumbled bacon, then cover until the cheese melts.
  • Poutine style – An “Up North” cousin to biscuits and gravy only with cheese curds and hash browns. Instead of using hash browns, top hot baked tater tots with either mozzarella or cheddar cheese curds and hot beef gravy for a Canadian-inspired treat that’s super delicious!
Make Them Fun! – If you have a shaped muffin tin, why not try it out? The muffin tin method for making tater tots leaves lots of room for being creative in the kitchen. We L♥VE using our heart-shaped mini muffin tin to make the tots extra filled with love. Let your creativity flow; there may be even more tin shapes that would work well too!
Create Some Fun! – If you have a shaped muffin tin, why not try it out? The muffin tin method for making tater tots leaves lots of room for being creative in the kitchen. We L♥VE using our heart-shaped mini muffin tin to make the tots extra filled with love. Let your creativity flow; there may be even more shapes that would work well. We're thinking dinosaurs and animal shapes might be fun too...

Tater Tots as a Breakfast Basic

There are so many ways to use tater tots to elevate the taste, even incorporating them into casseroles and probably creating zillions of other dishes we haven’t even thought of yet.  But for now, here are a few of our favorite go-to ways to enjoy tater tots for breakfast:

Idaho Sunrise - Tater Tots arranged in a circle with a fried egg in the middleIdaho Sunrise Style –

Make tater tots part of your breakfast by arranging baked tater tots in a skillet to form a large circle big enough to crack an egg into the middle. Season with salt and pepper. Cover the skillet and fry until the egg is cooked to your desired doneness.

Serve ‘Em Up Like Hash Browns –

Use leftover tater tots as you would hash brown potatoes to save you time on busy mornings. They make a delicious side to serve with scrambled eggs, pancakes, or waffles.

Make Hash Brown Patties –

If you’re a fan of the fast-food favorite, you might like to try making hash brown patties. Use several leftover tater tots or frozen tater tots that you want to use up. Chop them, then mix in an egg and a little biscuit or pancake mix, enough for the mixture to stay together. Form them into patties, then fry in a skillet with a bit of oil (sort of how you would do for a hamburger). When they’re golden brown on the first side, flip them to continue cooking the other side until it’s crispy, golden brown, and thoroughly cooked through.

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Whether you eat them with ketchup, dunk them in a spicy remoulade sauce or eat them naked straight from the oven, kids of all ages will love these homemade tater tots that are way better than store-bought ever hoped to be.
5 from 1 vote
Gluten FreeNut FreeVegetarianKetoHealthy ChoicesSoy FreePescetarian
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 24 mins
Total Time 54 mins
Course Dinner, Lunch, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 72 tots
Calories 30 kcal

Equipment

  • 1 Large pot or saucepan
  • 1 Large mixing bowl
  • 1 Mini Muffin Pan(s)
  • 1 Box or Hand Grater or Food Processor with Grater Disc
  • 1 Cutting Board
  • Utensils (Cooks Knife, Measuring Cups & Spoons, Rubber Spatula or Large Spoon)

Ingredients
 
 

  • Nonstick cooking spray
  • 6 strips Bacon cooked, chopped [1] (optional)
  • 3 pounds Russet Potatoes
  • 1 ½ tablespoon Grapeseed Oil
  • 1 ½ tablespoon all-purpose gluten-free Flour
  • 1 ½ teaspoons Kosher Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • ½ teaspoon black Pepper
  • cup Cheddar Cheese grated (about 2 ounces)
  • 4 tablespoons fresh Chives chopped, (or include any of these other substitutions [3])
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Instructions
 

About the Bacon

  • Cook bacon according to your favorite method until each strip is uniformly crisp, then dice into small pieces. [1]
    6 strips Bacon
    Cook bacon according to your favorite method until each strip is uniformly crisp, then dice into small pieces.

For the Potatoes

  • Preheat your oven to 425°F (218°C). Meanwhile, scrub and remove any bad spots from the potatoes and cut them into large chunks [2]. Next, parboil the potatoes by placing them in a large pot. Cover them with 1-inch cold water, then bring them to a boil over high heat. Immediately reduce the heat to medium to simmer for 6-7 minutes (the potatoes will only be halfway cooked). Drain and rinse with cold water until easy to handle.
    3 pounds Russet Potatoes
    Scrub and remove any bad spots from the potatoes and cut them into large chunks. Next, parboil the potatoes by placing them in a large pot. Cover them with 1-inch cold water, then bring them to a boil over high heat. Immediately reduce the heat to medium to simmer for 6-7 minutes (the potatoes will only be halfway cooked). Drain and rinse with cold water until easy to handle.
  • Once cooled, grate the potatoes into a large bowl. Add the grapeseed oil, flour, salt, garlic powder, and black pepper. Using your hands, gently fluff and turn the ingredients into the potatoes until evenly distributed. Add the bacon, cheese, and chives, gently combining again. Don’t overmix, as the potatoes will become very starchy and pasty.
    6 strips Bacon, 3 pounds Russet Potatoes, 1 1/2 tablespoon Grapeseed Oil, 1 1/2 tablespoon all-purpose gluten-free Flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons Kosher Salt, 1 teaspoon Garlic Powder, 1/2 teaspoon black Pepper, 2/3 cup Cheddar Cheese, 4 tablespoons fresh Chives
    Add the bacon, cheese, and chives, gently combining again. Don’t overmix, as the potatoes will become very starchy and pasty.

To Make the Tater Tots

  • Generously coat a 24-cup mini muffin tin with nonstick spray. This recipe will make about three batches. To form the tots, scoop about one large tablespoon of the potato mixture into each mini-muffin space, using your fingers to help press the potato mixture within the muffin cup, then flatten. When the cups are filled, bake for 12-15 minutes until the potatoes are golden browned around the edges. Remove from the oven, spray the top with more cooking spray, then turn each tot over using a spoon or table knife. Coat the tot tops again with cooking spray and return to the oven to continue baking for 12-15 minutes until golden browned.
    Nonstick cooking spray
    Generously coat a 24-cup mini muffin tin with nonstick spray. This recipe will make about three batches. To form the tots, scoop about one large tablespoon of the potato mixture into each mini-muffin space, using your fingers to help press the potato mixture within the muffin cup, then flatten.

Recipe Notes

Footnotes:

[1] While including bacon in this recipe is purely optional, we highly recommend it for adding loads of flavor. To make bacon that turns out expertly cooked with uniformly crisp-cooked strips every single time, try one of our easy bacon cooking methods (posts coming soon):
  • Classic Skillet Cooked Bacon
  • Crispy Air Fryer Bacon
  • How to Make Oven-Baked Bacon
[2] The potato chunks should remain large enough that once cooled, they can be easily managed for grating using a box or hand grater or shredding using a food processor. We leave the potato skins on to add extra fiber (about 2 grams per ounce) and retain the B and C vitamins and other nutrients, but you could also wholly peel the potatoes if desired.
[3] Kick these tots up a notch in flavor by substituting or adding chopped or minced items from the onion or pepper family, such as scallions, shallots, jalapeños, green chiles, or sweet bell peppers.

Our Best Gfree Quick Tips

Make Them Ahead

You can speed up the making and baking process if you own multiple mini muffin tins. But despite whether you have one tin or many, the process is the same. Spray the tin generously with nonstick cooking spray, scoop the potato mixture into each muffin cup cavity, press the mixture down, then cover each filled tin with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator until you’re ready to bake them. Before baking, let the tin(s) come to room temperature, then bake as directed above.
The potato mixture can also be stored in a covered bowl in the refrigerator for one day. When ready to bake, let the mixture come to room temperature, then bake as described.

Reheating

Leftover tater tots may be stored in the refrigerator, then slowly reheated in a 350°F (177°C) oven until warm and crispy.

How to Freeze Tater Tots

Prebake tater tots; reduce the time by half on each side as you bake, then freeze for up to three months. To freeze, arrange prebaked tater tots on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Place in the freezer for about an hour or until firmly frozen. Transfer the frozen tots to a tightly sealed, airtight container or tumble loosely into a freezer-safe zipper bag until needed.
Prepare frozen tots directly from the freezer in just the amount you need for a meal or a snack. Arrange frozen tots on a baking sheet. Place in a 425°F (218°C) oven and bake for 18-20 minutes or until crispy.

Create Some Mealtime Fun!

We know you're all in for having fun in the kitchen and at the table, so why not try out a shaped muffin tin? The muffin tin method for making tater tots leaves lots of room for being creative in the kitchen. And because the potato mixture is packed into the muffin cups with your fingers, kids would love helping with making these tots in different shapes and sizes.
Our heart-shaped mini muffin tin worked perfectly for making tots extra filled with lve. Let your creativity flow; besides heart shapes, there are undoubtedly other shapes that could work just as well!

Suggested Serving Size

Please note: The nutrition calculations (below) are based on one tater tot.
180 Calories per 1 Serving = 6 Tater Tots

Nutrition

Calories: 30kcalCarbohydrates: 4gProtein: 1gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 68mgPotassium: 84mgFiber: 1gSugar: 1gVitamin A: 19IUVitamin C: 1mgVitamin D: 1µgCalcium: 10mgIron: 1mg
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