What’s even better than mashed potatoes? The silky spuds packed into a crispy potato skin crust and topped generously with cheese and sour cream--otherwise known as twice-baked potatoes. If you’re not already familiar with this Midwestern staple, it’s about time you let this buttery, creamy finger food win you over.
But who has time for all the extra steps in assembling these snacks? Certainly not us. That’s why we love this recipe reinvention from Gooseberry Patch that turns the irresistible side into the star of the dinner table. Twice-baked potato casserole takes all the gooey, cheesy goodness you love from the finger food and transforms it into a full meal that can be made without all the unstuffing and restuffing of the potatoes. Think hot, bubbling lasagna but with potatoes instead of pasta--and bacon on top instead of Parmesan. Even better: Your handheld beater does most of the work.
Watch the video below to see how easy it is and get the full recipe and step-by-step instructions.