Honey Mustard Potatoes

A super simple and tasty potato side dish with the favourite flavours of honey & mustard ?

Submitted by Paulene Christie

Honey Mustard Potatoes

A super simple and tasty potato side dish with the favourite flavours of honey & mustard ?
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Serving: 5
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 10 minutes


  • 500g washed baby whole potatoes
  • 1 tsp oil
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 tablespoon whole grain mustard
  • Salt & cracked black pepper
  • Baking paper


  • Cover bottom of slow cooker with baking paper
  • Cut washed baby potatoes in quarters and add to cooker
  • Add oil, honey and mustard, and season generously with salt & pepper
  • Stir to coat potatoes well
  • Cook on high for 2hrs
  • Cooked in my 5L Breville Flavour Maker slow cooker

50 thoughts on “Honey Mustard Potatoes”

  1. Lovely side dish. Zesty mistard flavour & subtly sweet honey. I used my 3.5l Sunbeam SC for 3hr high (anout 700g) & finished them off by browning in oven for approx.15-20m. Delish!

  2. Absolutely delist. Such a simple recipe but so tasty. Cooked this in my baby slow cooker and came out beautiful!

  3. Quick and easy with great flavour. Gave it a quick browning in the oven to give it some crunch. Will def make again.

  4. Simply delicious potatoes!!! Easy, yummy and just a handful of ingredients needed ? These were o yummy, we will definitely make this a regular side to meals at our place ?? Perfect potatoes Paulene ????? I did cook mine for 3hrs because I used a slower slow cooker ?

  5. I made these last night. Found I had to cook mine a bit longer, but wow. So nice, I will definitely be making these regularly!

  6. I made these for 1st time awhile ago.
    Yummy I must say.
    I have also done them in oven because I craved them but was too late getting them ready for sc. Also turned out delish.

  7. I love this. I made a few changes as I used four kestrel potatoes, I double the recipe (oil, honey and mustard) cooked on high for 4 to 5 hours

  8. So yummy. I also added sweet potato slices and grilled a few sausages added them half way through. Served it with rice.

  9. Enjoyed this as a side dish & I added carrots too. My MIL commented how nice they were, so I will write the recipe down & show her how to do it for herself adding in a chicken breast to make a meal.

  10. Firstly – why the baking paper ??? And secondly – not really sure on the flavour – it certainly is different ?? Will try again but may add bacon and maybe some zest next time ??

  11. Chose this for our Christmas Day lunch and was yummo!! I added sweet potato and carrot with the potato. I also doubled the sauce ingredients as I wanted lots of the sauce. Roasted them off in the oven at end to crisp them.
    Note…remember the sweet potato cooks quicker so add it part way through.

  12. I made these last night as a side dish for the steak pie. These are super simple to make and very tasty. We all enjoyed them. I placed them in the oven at the end to crisp up a little.

  13. Emma O’Neill

    We made this at Easter with our Roast Pork and it was extremely yummy. Made an already yummy roast even yummier.

  14. Tried this tonight, used a mild American mustard (squeezy bottle) as it was all I had. Added about 3/4 teaspoon of curry powder to boost the mustard flavour. My other half enjoyed it so much he said I could make it again!

  15. Another family favourite
    Served as a side dish for pork steaks, served with peas.
    I did 5 hours on low instead of 2 hours on high and added carrot, bacon and onion
    Not sure the baking paper is needed to be honest

  16. Just tried on Friday for 1st time and were a definite winner in this house!!! Definitely will be making these again- thanks!!!!

  17. I Made this but used washed potatoes, I added carrots as well and quite a nice feed, it went well as a side with Nanny’s braised steak.

  18. Made these today. They were very tasty and soooo easy to make….. Also served it with the Honey mustard silverside That was realllllllly good too. Next time I will add some carrots and cook them with the potatoes.

  19. Hi
    Have made this a few times and is always a hit with the family.
    Quick question- if I double the recipe do I double the cooking time?

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