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Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes

February/March 2006, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Potatoes are one of the great comfort foods, especially when stuffed with a satisfying mixture of lean ground beef and broccoli florets plus reduced-fat sour cream and Cheddar cheese. Add a tossed salad and you have a healthy and hearty meal that will leave you feeling good.



READER'S COMMENT:
"These are soo good! My husband absolutely loves them! They're pretty easy to make & don't take long to prepare. Instead of the beef, I have used bacon bits (for lack of time) and ground turkey. Both were great! I also add French'...
Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes

49 Reviews for Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes

05/02/2011
Pretty Good

This is a tasty recipe. My family and I enjoyed it. I made the vegetarian version, but not with the meat alternative, I used more broccoli. You don't miss the butter or cream that is in a normal twice baked recipe.

You can play with the recipe to your liking
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04/08/2011
Yum

I thought it was awesome. However, I made two large potatoes, lightly coated them in canola oil and cooked them in the oven for an hour and 15 minutes. I mixed the potato with ground meat, one cup of greek yogurt, a half cup of cheese, and a whole chopped crown of broccoli. Then I put most of the mixture back in the potato skins and saved some by itself as a side dish for another day. I heated the stuffed potatoes with a little more cheese on top for 30 minutes at 225. The skin was crispy and the filling delicious. I had the leftover filling the next day for lunch and it was amazing!

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01/10/2011
Make these again!

That's the response I got from my son as he loaded his next spoonful. Love these stuffed potatoes -- or try them with diced ham and chopped steamed asparagus. Even faster to prepare!

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10/20/2010

the overall calorie and fat count are too high for me.

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10/12/2010
Anonymous

These are soo good! My husband absolutely loves them! They're pretty easy to make & don't take long to prepare.

Instead of the beef, I have used bacon bits (for lack of time) and ground turkey. Both were great!

I also add French's french-fried onions to the top for a little crunch. This gives it great texture!

This is my favorite recipe from Eating Well!! Making them again tonight!!

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