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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

51 Reviews for Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes

06/23/2010
Anonymous

I use mushrooms to substitute for the ground beef. Add more broccoli too!

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06/23/2010
Anonymous

You can use mushrooms instead of the ground beef and definitely add more broccoli. Scoop out the potato out of the top third and add it to your mixture.

I will add tomatoes or salsa next time too!

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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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