1 guest told me these were the best potatoes he's ever had! I agree! Not easy getting potatoes out of the shell without tearing the skin, but it was worth the effort.
I admit I only did this recipe part way and it was really good. I did not use the sour cream, milk or bacon because I did not have those on hand, but it was very good. Next time I will do it as written. It can only get better. The concept of twice baking is a great way to jazz up potatoes with little effort.
These were very good, I didn't do a very good job scooping the pulp out without ripping the skin so when I put it back together to bake it had spread out of its shell during baking. But still tasted great! Thanks for the recipe
The flavor on these potatoes was outstanding. I didnt read the recipe correctly and only cooked the potatoes in the oven for 45 min so they werent cooked enough, but I will correct that for next time. I cut two potatoes in half lengthwise and scooped the insides out for the filling. Yum yum!
My whole family loves these. In fact, my 9 year old just requested these for her birthday dinner. Thank you for the great recipe!
My first attempt at twice-baked potatoes--and to think I could have been enjoying these little beauties for years! One of them was a complete meal for me. I made them as stated and I will continue to use this great recipe to make them in the future!
These were very good! I microwaved the potatoes for approximately 20 minutes and wasn't able to put the stuffing back in the skins, so after mixing the ingredients I just pressed it into a casserole dish and topped it with the bacon instead of mixing the bacon with the potatoes. After pulling it out, I topped it with crumbled hard boiled egg. It was delicious! Thank you!