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Wonderful! These taste a lot like potato skins. We could eat these as a whole meal. The potatoes were baked in a 13x9-inch baking dish and made about 1 1/2 layers. I used 1 C of Sargento Taco & Nacho cheese and 3 green onions. Since we don't eat pork products, I used turkey bacon, which still added a nice bacon flavor. Next time I would use a bit more barbecue sauce (I think the amount really depends on how many potato slices you have). We will definitely have these again; tasty and easy.

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Ducky January 16, 2003

I prepared these as part of our Super Bowl snacks. It wasn't a real winner here. I think that the BBQ sauce contrasted too sharply with the other flavors. Several people commented that omitting the BBQ sauce and adding cream cheese or sour cream to the cheese/bacon/onion mixture might improve them. If you are a BBQ sauce fan, these might be for you. Sorry that they didn't work for us.

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Ms B. February 06, 2005

Oh my! It's Potato Skins meets breakfast potato. Great combo and idea.

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Food Lover (Mmm Good) January 12, 2015

What size pan do you use for this? I tried to use a Pampered Chef stoneware bar pan, my largest flat sheet but it still seemed too small. I ended up with more like a side of warm potato salad. Overall the taste was good, but I would decrease the amount of potatoes or make several trays so that all get the topping. Thank you for posting.

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Marjorie D. January 10, 2011

The recipe did not state how big of a baking pan to use, or how many layers the potatoes should be in. I only had them 2 deep, but the time was not enough to cook the potatoes (I used a thermometer to verify my oven temp, too). The cheese had browned, so I had to remove from the oven and finish them in the microwave. Flavor was ok, Very pretty with the browned cheese and onions on top.

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dianegrapegrower September 15, 2010

I love these as made per the Pampered chef recipe with 1 cup of cheddar cheese! Use a tried and true barbecue sauce as it plays a major role in the yumminess of these! These disappear quickly so make sure you make enough!

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QueenJellyBean September 12, 2008

These were really good. I used a Texas style BBQ sauce which made this spicy as my family loves all things spicy. Thanks so much for an easy, tasty, great recipe!!

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Coastiehoney February 18, 2008

These are sooo good my husband and son just kept on popping them in there mouth wile signing the mmm mmm mmm chorus. Now whenever I need a little music in my house I will whip these up. Thank you so much for a mmm mmm mmm good recipe.

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LB in Middle Georgia November 28, 2007

We enjoyed these. They tasted like potato skins, but with an extra little kick from the BBQ sauce.

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Ginny Sue July 03, 2006
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