By katie in the UP on April 19, 2005
Photo by Elodie
Photo by Elodie
"I made this up one evening...now we've had it several times for a quick dinner...just add a salad."
Serving Size: 1 (511 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Very good. I used Prosuitto that I fried up a little bit and cut up into small pieces before adding it to the mashed potatoes. And put a few green onions and prosuitto bits on top of the cheese. Delicious!!"
"I really liked this recipe but will alter it for the next go... I found I had more potato than I did of anything else, so would double up on the other ingredients. All in all though, very filling dinner with a side salad. Thanks :)"
"Made those potatoes yesterday night, with salad and vinaigrette. I used canadian bacon instead of ham. I chop the oignons, and cook them with canadian bacon, without adding fat. And i used some smelly french cheese instead of swiss cheese haha. Thank you very much, for a super easy recipe."
"dd and dh loved these! I followed your crock pot directions to make the potatoes- mine cooked much faster and were done in about 4 1/2 hours. The hardest part of this recipe is scooping out the pulp without tearing the skin- I am challenged that way! lol Can never seem to get it perfect. These also reheated very well. I made extra for their lunches this week and they called to tell me that they were even better reheated! Thanks Katie for a great recipe! "
"Quick, easy, tasty recipe.Thanks! Reheated the next day tasted great as well. I used a mix of shredded cheddar and swiss cheese. Yum"
"Thanks Katie! The kids really like these. Great easy dinner. Next time I want to try doing the potatoes in the crock pot."
"These were wonderful! They were tasty and cramy, filling and flavorful! This makes a lovely light meal, especially served with a nice, crsip salad. I even forgot to buy the ham, so I made them without the ham, and they still turned out great (I can only imagine how good they would be with the ham :-). I loved the suggestion of making the potatoes in the crockpot. They did turn out perfectly for this recipe. I did cook them in the crockpot on Low instead of High, as the recipe suggests, because I know from experience that my crockpot gets hotter and cooks faster than some other ones (I cooked them on Low for about 9 hours); otherwise, the crockpot method worked beautifully. The swiss cheese was also a great choice for this recipe! Thanks for sharing such a great way to make a lovely and light meal!"
"These make a YUMMY, quick dinner. Very creamy, easy to make. I baked the potatoes in the microwave used Monterey jack & cheddar cheese blend as that is what I had on hand. Baked them in the oven at 400 degrees for about 15 minutes while I finished preparing the broccoli(recipe #17402)that was serving with it & a salad. Thank you Katie for this delicious recipe."
"These are DELICIOUS!!! So creamy and wonderful! I baked the potatoes and then scooped out the insides. Once the potatoes were cooked this was quick and a snap to put together. I had to use a cheddar/monterey blend instead of Swiss, next time I will make a separate one with Swiss for me! These are wonderful Katie! Great Recipe!"