Your imagination can compose the ingredients list, but here is how we make them. I take leftover baked potatoes, unpeeled, and slice into 1/4 to 1/2 inch slices. Lay on a microwavable dish.
On the tops of them, brush melted butter or margarine and add shredded cheese, garlic powder. chives and bacon bits. Microwave for 1 minute or so until cheese is melted. Done! Serve at table with low fat sour cream. These are delicious and disappear quickly! My children eat them as a favorite finger food!
As few as 2 large leftover baked potatoes make an entree for the whole family. They are fast, nutritious and good, even with the peel on. Try it!
By Sheryl from Warner Robins, GA
I make something like this for my son. He loves just cheese on his.
Here is another great spud recipe
Take a peeled spud and slide it width wise almost through, fanning it out some in the middle. Put it in an oblong baking dish or in a casserole with several others.
Pour over italian dressing from the bottle, just enough to coat the top of the spud, and pat with (or use the spray) margarine. You can microwave till done ( I don't know how long because I bake them), or bake them at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes then check on them each 10 minutes till they are done.
I can't give you an exact time, because spuds range in size and cooking times.
They are yummmmmmy!
Ohhhh that sounds great. I am going to make these for an afterschool snack for my girls. Thanks
Sounds like a lovely side dish - but not an entree. Not enough protein and the fat content might be high depending on the cheese.
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