Facebook Friends Potato Salad Recipe

There are a million different creative ways to put together potato salad. I found this out after asking for recipe suggestions on Facebook.  In this post enjoy a Facebook Friends Potato Salad Recipe and a fun garden center tour.

Potato Salad Inspired By Facebook Friends Recipe

Facebook Friends Potato Salad Recipe

Add parsley to the top of Potato Salad Recipe

Below you will find the recipe I whipped together after being inspired by Facebook Friends post.

Bren Haas Facebook Friends Potato Salad Recipe
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Potato Salad with Dill


  • 4-5 medium yellow potatoes (cooked, pealed and diced)
  • 1 small sweet onion diced
  • 3 celery stalks diced
  • 5 hard boiled eggs peeled and sliced
  • 1 tablespoon Organic Dill, washed, cut off most of the stems and discard
  • 1 tablespoon of fennel dill washed and chopped
  • 2 tablespoons of organic parsley washed and chopped
  • 1/3 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 cup of Mayonaise
  • 1 tablespoon Keystone Pantry Non-GMO Allulose Natural Rare Sugar Sweetener
  • 1 glove of garlic


  1. Prepare potatoes by peeling skins, dicing and boiling in water for about 15 minutes. Do not over cook the potatoes. Rinse and let cool when fork can be easily placed in potato pieces.
  2. Boil 5 eggs - peel and set aside
  3. Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Add chopped onions and celery pieces to hot skillet. Saute for about 5 minutes
  4. remove from skillet and let cool.
  5. In a separate bowl mix mayo, sugar, vinegar gently until creamed. Add dill and fennel to the mix.
  6. Gently whip in garlic and 1 mashed egg.
  7. Add salt and pepper to taste
  8. Add mix to serving bowl.
  9. Slice hard boiled eggs and arrange on top of salad.
  10. Sprinkle with parsley.

Recipe credit goes to Facebook Friends

Images From The Kitchen

Here is a collection of images I hope will inspire you to try this recipe in your own kitchen. It was so much fun to walk out to the garden and dome to harvest the herbs for this recipe.

Kitchen Must-Have Tools

Here are a few of the recommended tools you should have in your kitchen.  I have been using these daily for over 3 years.

Kitchen Tool Review
  • Egg Slicer with Stainless Steel Wire


For years I used a Pampered Chef egg slicer thinking it was the best because you could remove the wire for washing. When I found this egg slicer for a 1/3 of the price I had to try it. I have been using this egg slicer to chop up eggs, mushrooms, and olives since 2016. This tool is at the top of my MUST HAVE in the kitchen list. I even have an extra one I carry with me in the RV on road trips. Do me a favor and purchase using my link. I get a small percentage of the sale. I’d love to hear from you so be sure to comment on my post to let me know what you think of this tool when you purchase it!

Herbs Growing In My Garden

This photo of the dill growing in my raised bed garden.  I just love growing dill along with Potatoes from seed each year in NW Ohio.   It is super easy to grow both these plants from seed. The fresh flavor will make your recipe taste the best ever!  You will want to plant plenty of Dill for you and the swallowtail butterflies.

Dill growing in my garden

Live Streaming From The Raised Bed Garden

This is a live stream from my Facebook Page at Creative Living with Bren Haas.  I hope you will click over and follow me if you are on Facebook.  I have been live-streaming almost daily on Facebook in 2017.

Images From Auburn Oaks Garden Center

I had my first taste of dill in potato salad during a visit to the Auburn Oaks Garden Center with two gardening friends who live in Michigan. We had a blast shopping for plants and taking selfies! 

Spring Open House at Auburn Oaks Garden Center

Below is a collection of images from the spring open house I attended with two Michigan gardeners: Shannon and Lisa. You can read about the activities of the day at my post titled Auburn Oaks Garden Center Open House and view the live-stream I did with Shannon who works at this center.
Alburn Oaks Garden Center Spring Visit
Flickr: Auburn Oaks Garden Center Visit Album

Let’s Connect

I’d love to hear from you… do you use other herbs in your potato salad?  Please share with me by commenting on the post below.

Happy Herb Growing Friends!


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