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HI,

Here's an idea, I baked a whole bag of potatoes.

Cut them in 1/2s first, Wrapped each one in foil, cooked till soft.

Scooped out the middles and added fresh bacon, chopped green onion, sliced mozzerella and some spices, chicken.

Now, I have about 30 single potatoes in the freezer. I can pull one out and eat it at a time.

Nicole in Michigan

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HI,

Here's an idea, I baked a whole bag of potatoes.

Cut them in 1/2s first, Wrapped each one in foil, cooked till soft.

Scooped out the middles and added fresh bacon, chopped green onion, sliced mozzerella and some spices, chicken.

Now, I have about 30 single potatoes in the freezer. I can pull one out and eat it at a time.

Nicole in Michigan

Sounds really good, thanks for sharing!

I will have to try this soon, the sky's probably the limit with what you can top them with.

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Another good choice is to make "Twice-Baked Potatoes" with bakers.

Just bake the potaotes as you usually do (the bigger the better)

When you are done, cut them in halves.

Scoop out the insides of the tater with a spoon.

Take all the insides, and put them in a mixing bowl. Add Butter, little cream cheese, Pepper Jack cheese and some milk (Salt and pepper and garlic powder)

Blend together

Then scoop the "tater mixture" back in the potato so it almost fills the potato (you don't want to go over the top)

Bake for another 20 minutes unocvered.

Garnish with parsely and bacon and parmesan cheese

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Another good choice is to make "Twice-Baked Potatoes" with bakers.

Just bake the potaotes as you usually do (the bigger the better)

When you are done, cut them in halves.

Scoop out the insides of the tater with a spoon.

Take all the insides, and put them in a mixing bowl. Add Butter, little cream cheese, Pepper Jack cheese and some milk (Salt and pepper and garlic powder)

Blend together

Then scoop the "tater mixture" back in the potato so it almost fills the potato (you don't want to go over the top)

Bake for another 20 minutes unocvered.

Garnish with parsely and bacon and parmesan cheese

This sounds yummy broncobux, I will have to try this one too!

Yum. I wonder if this would work without all the cheese...

Mango, that might be tricky to not use the cheese. The cheese and dairy holds it all together and melts and makes it all creamy, gooey, and yummy of course. Darn that dairy!

I don't know if you could mix in some olive oil and seasonings or herbs instead? It might be a little dry, but worth a try? Maybe you could experiment with milk substitutes for the milk?

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good idea, do you throw away all the potato you scoop out or mix it up with the chicken?

I'll use Kraft cheese its lactose free

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That's great idea! I actually made "pizza skins" the other day. I had leftover mashed potatoes so i put them on Chebe pizza crust, threw on some bacon and cheese, heated it up and had pizza skins. Yum!

Bummer on the lactose. Could you use lactaid and a soy cheese (or rice cheese).

twice baked potatoes rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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