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Potato lovers rejoice! No longer is a loaded baked potato shunned to a side dish, this twice-baked potato casserole moved up to the main meal and will fill your family’s bellies with hearty goodness. With a combined prep and bake time of 35 minutes, this dish is perfect for a weeknight meal! I love it whenever I find a recipe that doesn’t make me slave away in the kitchen for hours.
Going back for seconds is a must with the delicious flavors of crispy bacon, gooey cheeses, sour cream, and green onions to top it off. Make this for a pot-luck, or a family gathering as it comfortably serves 6-8. Of course, you could double the ingredients to make sure you’ll have tasty leftovers for lunch the next day. That’s what I always do, and so far I have never regretted it!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Taste of Home.
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