Southwestern Twice Baked Potatoes are a Tex Mex treat you can make ahead and keep in the fridge. All set and ready to go when your guests arrive!
Even the most promising of weeks can turn into a grind. Work, dentist appointments, go here, pick up this and Oh Yeah now it’s time to make dinner!
That’s why filling your fridge with a few creamy, cheesy Southwestern Twice Baked Potatoes is never a bad idea. They’ve got all of your favorite Tex-Mex flavors packed into a crispy potato shell.
Seriously, who doesn't love potatoes? They’re the ultimate in budget-friendly comfort food and so easy to cook.
If you’ve never baked a potato in your toaster oven the method is the same as using a standard oven. We like to rub our potatoes with a little oil before baking to get the skin super crispy.
Is it faster to use a toaster oven? Not really, but it is BETTER.
Your toaster oven will preheat a little quicker, use less electricity and is the only sane way to cook a baked potato during the summer months. Plus it’s fantastic for the “twice-baked” portion of this recipe.
Because once you’ve made the filling and assembled your stuffed potatoes what’s next is up to you.
Finish cooking them now, or save them in the fridge for later?
My husband loves to take these vegetarian twice baked potatoes for lunch. Just 15 minutes in the office toaster oven and he’s got a warm and satisfying meal.
The first time he made them, THREE of his coworkers popped by to find out what smelled so good!
Tips For Your Twice Baked Potatoes:
- You can use Greek yogurt, sour cream or ricotta cheese to make the filling.
- Stop mashing early, the filling tastes best if it’s a little chunky
- Substitute whatever veggies and beans you have on hand, kidney beans taste great.
- And don't forget the toppings!
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