Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • Prepare potatoes to bake by rubbing them in olive oil
  • Stabbing a fork into the potatoes in each end
  • Sprinkle sea salt over the oil to stick to the potatoes
  • Wrap in foil and bake for one hour
  • Take potatoes out of oven and allow them to cool
  • When cooled, cut in half, length wise and scoop out potatoe into large bowl
  • Place potatoe skins back in oven without foil to harden up some
  • Mix all the other ingredients in with the scooped out potatoes and
  • mix well with mixer until smooth and creamy.
  • Take hardened skins out of oven and scoop mixture into each one.
  • Sprinkle with reserved cheese on top of each and bake again for about 15
  • to 20 minutes.

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    " It was excellent "
    jrmhkts ate it and said...
    My mom used to make twice baked potatoes and I loved them. So I tried these and they were just as good if not better than I remember them being. Thanks!
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    " It was excellent "
    sunpuppy ate it and said...
    Wonderful recipe! My family absolutely loved them. I baked some smaller potatoes for the children used the same recipe but decorated faces on top when they were done using a few chives for hair/tiny pieces of black olive for eyes and red & yellow pimentos for the nose & mouth. Everyone loved them and the children didn't complain about eating their veggies tonight ;) Great recipe and thanks so much for sharing!
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  • pipit13 6 years ago
    My whole family loves these. Thanks for the recipe. Hope things go well for you.
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  • suzalleogram 6 years ago
    I myself like the "clump" :)
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  • suzalleogram 6 years ago
    Gonna try these- looks great- trying to get the sour cream out of the fridge before it really goes sour...
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  • barngoddess 6 years ago
    Thanks---I love these too!!!
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    " It was good "
    marikak ate it and said...
    Just made these tonight and they were delicious ! Thanks for the recipe ..
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  • barngoddess 7 years ago
    Thanks chefjeb--my husband won't do the foil either, but it drips in my oven and I don't like cleaning it--haha I do sometimes place a cookie sheet on the lower rack for this reason. I will check out the links you sent too--I appreciate it my friend!!
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    Good recipe, but I would suggest not wrapping the potato in foil. This traps the natural moisture inside the potato and you actually are steaming the potato, not baking it. The reason you pierced the potato was to allow the steam to escape and this gives a great mealy potato instead of a boiled in its own jacket yellow clump. See Naked Baked Potatoes on my page or go the Idaho Potato website www.idahopotato.com. Twice-baked can be made ahead and frozen and microwaved back to life for when get-it-on-the-table-fast is important. Good eating!
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  • dariana 7 years ago
    OMG, I love these things.
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