Twice Baked Potatoes

64Twice baked potatoes are probably one of my very favorite holiday dishes. My aunt Karin makes the best twice baked potatoes every year for our family Thanksgiving and Christmas get togethers. Potatoes are the perfect comfort food and once they are combined with copious amounts of cream, cheese and chives they can become insanely addictive. 65These are a hybrid recipe, as they are quite similar to duchess potatoes. They were a big hit at our Friendsgiving meal, so I will for sure be making these again soon.

Twice Baked Potatoes, makes 10 servings

6-7 russet potatoes
5 egg yolks
1/2 cup softened butter
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
2 tablespoons chopped chives
1/4 cup cream

Rinse off the potatoes, poke a few holes (using a fork) on each side of the potatoes and then bake at 375°f for about 45 minutes to an hour until the potatoes are baked through. The time may vary based on how big your potatoes are.111Allow the potatoes to cool enough to handle. Cut in half and scoop out the centers. You only need to reserve around ten shells (from five potatoes). We baked an extra one or two so we'd have enough filling to make the final product look really full. Set the shells aside. Take the baked potatoes (the centers) and mash it or press through a ricer. I used a ricer as I like the texture it produces but if you don't have one you can totally mash by hand or in a food processor. Mix in the egg yolks, softened butter, cheese, salt, chives and cream. Fill the empty shells with the mixture. I used a piping bag fitted with a star tip for the tops of mine, giving them a fun texture. 

Bake at 375°F for an additional 15-20 minutes until the tops begin to brown.66You can easily make these a day or two ahead and bake for the final 15-20 minutes just before serving. These also make awesome leftovers. Enjoy! xo. Emma

Not feeling the twice baked potatoes? You should totally try these accordian potatoes. Yum!

Credits // Author: Emma Chapman, Photos by: Janae Hardy

  • My mum used to make these but sprinkle sesame seeds on top so they go really crispy. Mmm :). Great recipe!

  • i’ve had these before! they are amazing! I’m glad you posted the recipe now i know how to make them for myself haha!

  • Those look delicious. I am definitely going to attempt to make these!
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  • Mmmmm give me those potatoes!! Nom!

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  • these look so good!! one of my favorite foods

    xxoo,
    nikki

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  • Oohhhh these look delicious!
    I love twice baked potatoes as my Mum used to make them when I was little & they are the perfect comfort food!
    I’ve never made them with eggs before though so will have to try this recipe, thanks!
    x

  • I haven’t even read the recipe I just scrolled straight down to comment and say THANK YOUUUUUUU…I was literally just thinking about these the other day and wanting to make them. Yum. 🙂

  • I lvoe Twice Baked potatoes, My mom even made them for our weekly dinner this week! They are even better with a little bacon crumbled on top!

  • Cheese, yummy! I may just try these this weekend. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

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  • Twice baked potatoes are one of those things that seem so common but I’ve never actually tried them or made them. These look and sound so yummy, it’s definitely time to give them a try!!!

  • Twice baked potatoes are one of those things that seem so common but I’ve never actually tried them or made them. These look and sound so yummy, it’s definitely time to give them a try!!!

  • It’s crazy ! It looks all the meal so good ! I think the next Thanksgiving I will be there with you! I would like to try everything!! I will offer you the french wine!

  • I was tought how to make doublebaked potatos by an American friend of mine 2 years ago and ever since then it has been a recipe that I return to whenever I want to spoil guests a little extra. They are perfect for the winter season and also pretty easy to make, as long as you have got enough time 🙂

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  • Do you have swedish roots (since Karin is such a Swedish name)? The potatoes look gorgeous!

    / another Karin

  • These made me so hungry!!! For some potatoes… at 10:30 am 🙂 after breakfast… 🙂 That’s something 😀

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  • You can use a stand mixer, ricer or masher but don’t use a food processor, blender or immersion blender…unless you want glue! 🙂
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  • I’ve been looking for the perfect twice baked potato recipe and I think this might just be it! I tried it this afternoon and it was a huge hit with my sisters. Thanks for posting!

  • Omg those look so good! I have always wanted to try and make twice baked potatoes. I’m going to have to try this.

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  • I love twice baked potatoes. They’re simple delicious! This recipe sounds great. Will try soon.

  • YUM! These look so good! Such a great holiday staple! 🙂

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  • Twice baked potatoes are 100% better than once baked! I also love a sweet potato version xo

  • Yummm! They look amazing!

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  • Yum! I didn’t realize how hungry I am until right now, and now all I want is twice baked potatoes..

  • My god, you are making me hungry with these pictures! And here in my country it’s almost 1am! LOL! 🙂

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