Soo good! This is going to be added to my x-mas menu this year. be sure to chop your onion as finely as possible so you don;t get any crunchy bits. I stuffed my 4 year old son's without the spinach and he loved them too. Don;t be afraid of the spinach though. it is a very mellow flavor. Also, don;t bother with wisking the milk into the cream cheese. I just put the cream cheese into the bowl and scooped the hot potato onto it to melt, then added everything else and stirred it up. super yummy!
Twice-Baked Spinach Potatoes
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jjfadoosh Posted: 09/28/09
Auntymartydear Posted: 12/22/10
I've been making this recipe for years and it is always a crowd pleaser. It's great for lunch too. I freeze them, they come out a little soggy but still tasty.
cjeanbergeron Posted: 01/08/10
Love it! It was easy and my whole family loved it--even my picky toddler. Had a friend over who also raved about it and his toddler liked it as well! YUM!
kelscooks Posted: 12/26/09
Excellent. I enjoyed the spinach with the potatoes and guests wanted seconds. I used buttermilk and added extra to make them really smooth and creamy, and I doubled the salt. Otherwise, a good recipe. Will definitely make again.
CrownMom Posted: 05/01/10
These had great flavor. The only reason I didn't give it 4 stars is because it isn't quite fancy enough for company.
Wisewoof Posted: 11/11/09
Skip the spinach. You'll be much happier. I made 1 with the spinach and 2 without. The one's without the spinach got wolfed down. The one with spinach just didn't taste as good. Like it toned down the cheese flavor. Next time I'll go with a little broccoli.
evemarie Posted: 09/14/10
These were very good. To lighten these up a bit, I substituted fat-free milk for the 2% and omitted the cheese on top. They were still delicious, with lots of cheesy flavor. Next time, I might consider adding bacon bits to the potato mix (so much for lightening things up!) or maybe some ranch dip mix to give it a unique flavor. Highly recommended!
virgo24j Posted: 05/01/10
We really liked this recipe and will make again. Next time I will leave out the onions.
TorreyS Posted: 07/10/10
Very good! We will certainly make this again.
garliclemon Posted: 10/05/10
Yum! What a fun way to shake up potatoes as a side dish. I subbed in sour cream as other reviewers suggested and added a sprinkle of bacon. I made half with spinach and half with broccoli, and both were a success. I grated the onion instead of chopping to avoid chunks of raw-ish onions. I'm keeping this one in rotation at my dinner table.
MsAggieAmy Posted: 10/28/10
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rederin Posted: 09/15/11
Easy and yummy. I also like to sub roasted broccoli. It's great as a main dish with a side salad. To save time, I usually "bake" them the first time in the microwave, then finish up in the oven so the skins get crispy.
kisenhart Posted: 10/02/11
These were Loved by my family thanks for such a great idea.
Erica777 Posted: 02/15/12
Absolutely delicious and super easy. I used the microwave short-cut and was a bit concerned when the potatoes came out a bit wrinkly. However, after restuffing and baking them, you would never know the difference. It really helped cut down on the cooking time. I did stick with russett potatoes, though I usually prefer other kinds. For this kind of recipe, they really work best. Don't skimp on the onion or cheese. They add wonderful flavor!
tefawefa Posted: 04/10/12
sooo good. leftovers heated well for lunch the next day
Ktmagee Posted: 03/19/12
Super easy, and very delicious. It was a big hit in my house and has become a part of our regular dinner menu for a delicious and fillng side dish.