Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Twice-Baked Potatoes

I guess that I can start off the blog! Apperently Cadie requested this recipe, so I'll start with it, and maybe I'll get a picture to add later.

1.Scrub and bake medium to large sized potatoes and bake in the oven till soft.

2.Cut in half lenth-wise and scoop the insides out into a bowl or an electric mixer, set aside the peel shells for later.

3.Add butter, a splash of milk (to get the "These potatoes are so creamy" comment!), and whatever you like to have on your baked potatoes like, sour cream, bacon bits, salt and pepper, etc.

4. Mix all together and blend the potatoes until smooth I really like to use my kitchen-aid to do this!

5. Scoop potato mixture back into peels and top with cheese, then bake at 350 until cheese is melted and potatoes are hot!

I don't have much experience at writing recipes, so if any of this isn't clear let me know and I can re-write it!


  1. Thanks for the recipe... I'll have to try these soon.

  2. Sounds really good. I have never had a Twice-Baked Potato. I'll try this soon, too.

  3. I-love-twiced-baked-potatoes!-They're-the-best!

  4. OK, don't get me wrong I love twice baked but...they are labor intesive if you know what I mean. I mean you burn your hands, the skins split if you don't scoop very carefully, messy, etc. So I am going to experiment...why could we not make mashed, spice them up, put them on a layer of cheese in a cast iron (for a crispy crust) top with cheese for a crispy crust without all the burned phillangies? What do you think?

  5. that might be a good idea lacie comment again if you have tried it!