Twice-baked Mashed Potatoes

"I wasn't sure about this recipe when I found it in Southern Living Favorites, but I gave it a shot and was very pleasantly surprised. I normally wouldn't buy frozen mashed potatoes but I found them to be very good! This dish tastes just as good if you substitute reduced-fat products."
 
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Ready In:
35mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Prepare potatoes according to package directions.
  • Stir in cream cheese and next 5 ingredients; place in a 2-quart, lightly greased, baking dish.
  • The recipe states to divide the mixture evenly between 6, 6-oz.
  • lightly greased ramekins or custard cups- I preferred to make it in one big dish but you all can do as you like.
  • Sprinkle evenly with cheddar cheese.
  • Bake at 350° for 20 minutes or till thoroughly heated.

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Reviews

  1. DianaEatingRichly
    This was good, but I had to make it a couple times to get just right. Found it worked well with refrigerated mashed potatoes from Costco, and baking it 45 minutes to get it nice and golden. I waited until the last 10 minutes of cooking to add the cheese on top. Then topped with green onions, bacon, and fresh ground pepper.
     
  2. pixiesmom
    This is very good! I had a lot of leftover mashed potatoes from Thanksgiving, so I was looking for something! I added some dry Ranch dressing mix and no chives (didn't have any!) I did add extra cheese to the mixture. Baked in an oval baker. Just like the filling of twice baked!!! YUM! Thanks for posting.
     
  3. PalatablePastime
    Very nice! Has all the flavor of a twice-baked potato without the jacket. Instead of using frozen mashed potatoes, I opted to use an equal weight of home made mashed potatoes instead. I had accidentally mixed the cheese into the potatoes when mixing, but did sprinkle some extra cheese on top before baking. My daughter loved this. Thanks for posting!
     
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  1. DianaEatingRichly
    Found it worked well with refrigerated mashed potatoes from Costco, and baking it 45 minutes to get it nice and golden. I waited until the last 10 minutes of cooking to add the cheese on top. Then topped with green onions, bacon, and fresh ground pepper.
     

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