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I absolutely loved this! It was really good and i cant stop eating it! Thanks for the recipe! :)

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Nila Star January 28, 2010

These were pretty good, but there was way too much butter. In the future I might use 1 Tbsp of butter, but that would be it. The skins didn't stay that intact so I ended up putting the paste in a dish in the oven and just serving it in scoops, it turned out nicely.

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Baking Bunny January 27, 2010

Wow! Excellent. I used only half of everything (except the potato) and this was still great.

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iris5555 January 16, 2010

This was my first attempt at twice baked potatoes and they were fabulous! Very easy to make, will definitely make again. Thanks for the recipe!

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Arctic Mama January 10, 2010

Yummy potatoes!! I had some leftover filling that I spooned open beef stew and then broiled. Tasted great :)

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somedaycbj December 31, 2009

Very tasty! We're newlyweds and we decided to have a quiet 2-person Christmas dinner this year. I was looking for a potato recipe that wouldn't produce tons of leftovers. This was great. I baked the potatoes for about an hour and 15 minutes at 350 degrees (with the ham). After stuffing them, they went back into the oven for 20 minutes at 375 degrees along with the green bean casserole. These cooking temps and times seemed to work just fine.

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naturegal07 December 26, 2009

These were awesome. I had to cheat a little because I only had a little over 45 minutes to make these, so I put them in the oven for 20 minutes at 450 and then turned them down to 400 for 20 minutes. The skin came out nice and firm/crispy which helped make a perfect bowl to put the inners back in. I realized that in my rush I forgot to put the sour cream in, but I did use a cup of cheddar cheese instead of 1/2 a cup and they were delicious. Would make them again and again.

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Tyler's mom December 17, 2009

These were great! Got lazy so just mashed it all up together! Added extra bacon and cheese. Will make again!

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candymunkeyz November 30, 2009

These were AWESOME!! My family and guests loved them. My husband has now said that I can't ever make just "regular" baked potatoes anymore! Thanks so much for a wonderful recipe!!

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Matt, Averie & Kate's Mom November 21, 2009

Great and easy. My boys really loved them. I used extra bacon and mixed the pieces into the potato mixture. Topped them with cheese and a spoonful of sour cream before baking them. They looked so pretty when they came out of the oven. Five of us ate 6 huge potatoes with only one half left for my oldest to take home with him. I'm going to make more tomorrow to freeze. Thanks for posting these yummy taters!

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Marysdottir November 16, 2009
Best Twice-Baked Potatoes