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We absolutely loved these potatoes. Loved the tastes of the cheese and chives. I served them with barbecued chicken and steamed broccoli. Thanks Tracy
Extremely good recipe and a nice presentation change! I made these 2 weeks prior to Thanksgiving, vacuumed sealed, and froze in the freezer. Took out of the freezer Thanksgiving morning, placed into a muffin pan and baked as directed adding about 10 minutes extra in the oven. Everyone raved how good these were and how cute they looked as compared to having the regular old mashed potatoes in one big pan. Thanks Tracy for a new family standard potato for the holidays. Will be making again for Christmas brunch for DH's family.
Just had to try these - and is my family glad I did! These are first rate - flavor, fluffy with a crunch on top, and super easy and quick to make. Thanks, Tracy, for sharing what is sure to become a regular treat on our table!
No Sackville Girl, it doesn't get any better than this!! Easy preparation, fantastic taste & delightful presentation - these babies will definitely be regulars in our household. Thanx Tracy!
I can't believe more people haven't tried these. They are amazing in so many ways. First there's the taste... such a lovely combination of herbs and cheese. They bake up very light and fluffy, a superb texture. And they're so pretty in their little muffin cups. Best of all you can make them and freeze before a big dinner party. Does it get any better than this?
These potatoes score high because of the great taste, without tons of fat, and the whimsical presentation. I loved the idea of baked potato in a muffin cup and, obviously, the rest of the family did too. Definitely a must at our next roast beef dinner.