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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.



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"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 Recipe

49 Reviews for Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes

05/20/2010

I made them with out the meat and it came out tasty. Very easy to make and the cost was low! I made them with the golden baked pork cutlets. This will definitely be a weekly meal.

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05/06/2010

I made these as a side dish with grilled steaks. We were impressed! I followed the directions to cook the potatoes in the microwave and it was so easy. I omitted the beef from the potato, and substituted non-fat greek yogurt for the sour cream. I also added a couple to tbsp. of prepared basil pesto I had made previously. I'll never use the oven to make potatoes again!

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05/03/2010
Anonymous

We are not big ground beef fans so we used Hot Italian Chicken Sausage from Whole Foods. It was delicious. I highly recommend it because it adds so much flavor! I also doubled the amount of broccoli so I felt more like we were getting a serving of veggie.

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04/21/2010

I skipped the ground beef using sauted onion and zuccini along with broccoli. It was a wonderfull lunch.

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03/08/2010
Anonymous

I made this for dinner the other night & added onion powder & garlic to the hamburger! It was amazing. I also used the top 3rd & put those right in w/ the filling! Super quick & easy!!

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