Cattlemen's Club Twiced Baked Potatoes

"I got this recipe from one of my favorite cookbooks called More Kitchen Keepsakes. This is suppose to be a side dish to steak but we make it a main meal and serve a tossed salad with it. preparation time not included."
Cattlemen's Club Twiced Baked Potatoes created by Marsha D.
Ready In:
1hr 20mins




  • Bake potatoes for 1 hour in at 350°F or until tender in center.
  • Cut potatoes in half lengthwise and scoop out potato being careful not to tear skins.
  • Mash potatoes with electric mixer, adding half and half and beating until smooth.
  • Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
  • The mixture will be some what softer than regular mashed potatoes.
  • Fill potato shells with the mashed potato mixture and place on cookie sheet.
  • Top each potato half with extra grated cheddar cheese.
  • Bake an additional 20 minutes at 350°F.

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  1. Golf Gal
    OMG! this is by far the best twice baked potatoes I have ever had or made. All of my dinner guest raved about them.
  2. gregory schulte
    tried this and liked it i screwed up the baking and it didnt turn out but i know its my fault. the taste is great from what turned out. thanks for the great reciepe.
  3. out of here
    This is a wonderful baked potato,the filling is delicious.I also used the microwave to cook the potatoes first.My grandson who is a potato freak will love them.Thanks.How about more recipes from that cookbook you mentioned,MORE KITCHEN KEEPSAKLES!
  4. Marsha D.
    Cattlemen's Club Twiced Baked Potatoes Created by Marsha D.
  5. Marsha D.
    This recipe is most outstanding! DH and I love twice baked potatoes and this recipe I found to be a bit different. I have never used egg in a twice baked potato recipe before . It was so,so GOOD! I was pressed for time so I microwaved my potatoes for 20 minutes, 10 minutes on each side, (depending on microwave) and fellowed the rest of the recipe as stated. It really cut down my time while I finished up the rest of dinner. This recipe is a keeper for sure. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful new and interesting recipe for twice baked potatoes!



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