Arby’s potato cakes are a popular fast-food item. They are a combination of mashed potatoes, cheese, and bacon. It is sold in small packs of two pieces each. The food is eaten with a knife and fork as it is easy to eat and does not require chewing.
I would recommend only giving them to a baby if it’s not their first birthday and you aren’t going to be there. But give them your best wishes.
When you have a sandwich, it’s best to have one with a warm and cozy potato cake.
|Calories 227||(949 kJ)|
|Total Fat||14 g||22%|
|Saturated Fat||2 g||10%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||23.3 g||8%|
|Dietary Fiber||2.7 g||11%|
Arby’s discontinued potato cakes
The potato cakes have been discontinued by Arby’s, but they still exist. The reason is that they taste good. These cakes are discontinued because their potato content is not as good as the rest of the brand’s products.
Arby’s potato cakes recipe
The world is full of potato cakes. With the help of this recipe, you can make a tasty and delicious dessert.
With a simple and very cheap recipe.
- Canned sweetened condensed milk – 2 cups (355 mL)
- 1 cup (250 mL) raw sugar
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 1 package of gelatin powder (16 ounces / 454 g)
- 2 eggs,
- beaten 4 cups (1 L)
- vegetable oil (for frying)
Step1. Mix all ingredients in a pot that is large enough to hold the mixture.
Step2. Bring it to a boil and then turn off the heat immediately.
Step3. The mixture will quickly cool down and you can carefully pour it into your mold .
Step4. Let the cake cool in a refrigerator for 24-48 hours.
Step5. Bake it at a low temperature for about 30 minutes.
Step6. When the cake is cooled, you can carefully lift off each layer and transfer it to a dish.
This delicious potato cake will be ready in half an hour or even less if you bake them at a lower temperature. Enjoy this sweet potato cake!
Potato cakes are one of the popular food items in their menu, but now the brand has decided to discontinue it for good. The brand claims that potato cake sales have been declining for several years and since it is a breakfast item, many people can’t afford to buy it
Because it seems that after Arby’s announced that they were going to stop selling Potato cakes, the brand received a backlash from consumers who felt it was not appropriate for a fast-food restaurant to sell such a product.
When they were best hit in the menu Someone reported it’s potato cakes that the vegetables used in their production may not be safe to eat.
RICHARD B KITTLE says
I do not believe any of these stories. It sounds like the type of people that believe “THE BIG LIE”. I used to stop at ARBYS after work almost every day, but since they stopped selling the POTATO CAKES I haven’t been there in over a month. You have to have POTATO CAKES to go along with the 1/2 pounder roast beef with that fabulous Horsey sauce!