Baked-Potato Eggs

  • jeannes Posted: 03/11/10
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    This was good..surprised at how few calories it had though. And how, with 13 grams of fat, do they arrive at NONE of the total calories being calories from fat?

  • ConnieMahan Posted: 02/25/11
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    I liked this recipe a lot. We always microwave potatoes for about 5 minutes then bake till done, saves time. My spouse doesn't like runny eggs, so I microwaved his potato for a minute as the eggs were setting so his was firm. Used veggie sausage as well, added cheddar cheese and a bit of milk. I really liked it as did my husband and I will make it again.

  • steffilou Posted: 04/28/09
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    I smashed up the hot potato insides with a little cream cheese, jack cheese and milk. I also used bacon instead of sausage and it turned out delicious!

  • JFrink Posted: 10/18/09
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    I doubled the parmesan, added a couple of dollops of light sour cream, and added a pinch of salt to the potatoes. Both my wife and I really liked the flavor of this recipe, but we both agreed that it would turn out much better to make the wells and rebake the potatoes, but poach the eggs separately.

  • stellacorona Posted: 10/25/10
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    this was great! added sour cream, green onions and cheddar cheese to mix. used cut up soy sausage patties. poached eggs for the top, instead of baking them. had potato mixture leftover that added to another meal. will make again.

  • CinSanDiego Posted: 03/19/09
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    I used vegie-protein sausage to keep this a meatless entree. I added a couple different kinds of cheese to the potato mixture, with a bit of milk. It was delicious! My son-in-law called it 'strange looking' but he did eat two servings!

  • Cangar Posted: 04/06/09
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    This recipes looks easy enough, however, it is not. Using baking potatoes takes longer then “about 45 minutes.” I recommend that these cook for a minimum of 1hour and 20 minutes. Then after scooping these potatoes out and re-stuffing them with the filling, the egg did not want to fit. It almost leads me to believe that I would need to use even “bigger” potatoes which would then require more cooking time. Over all the potatoes were good but I have had much better stuffed baked potatoes.

  • BGiddi Posted: 09/10/10
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    Microwaving the potatoes saves a lot of time. I also put some extra potato mixture in ramekins and they turned out great.

  • Indigoearth Posted: 03/28/12
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    We loved it! I used three potatoes and cooked them in microwave for 10 minutes, then 30 minutes in oven. I also poached the eggs in the microwave. Some of us added sour cream. I might add green chiles next time. Kids thought all was delicious, too!

  • Liang12 Posted: 04/20/13
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    Absolute sucked. Potatoes need to be wrapped with foil to keep to the moisture in. In addition it took more than 45 mins to bake the potatoes. I ended up tossing the potatoes away

  • JHolcombe13 Posted: 09/16/13
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    They were easy and yummy! The yolk from the egg made the potato moist and flavorful. I added green onions, cheddar cheese, and some milk. I might add sour cream next time to help keep them from being too dry. Will be making these again!!

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