HOW TO MAKE BROCCOLI AND CHEDDAR TWICE-BAKED POTATOES
Bring these Lightened Up Broccoli Cheddar Twice Baked Potatoes to your holiday gathering, and you will be hailed as the event’s hero. These twice-baked potatoes are simple to prepare, scrumptious, and make a stunning complement to a celebratory dinner since they are stuffed with a delectable broccoli cheddar filling that makes use of healthy substitutes.
A fast and delectable appetizer or side dish that can be put together in advance. These cheesy broccoli cheddar twice-baked potatoes will take your standard baked potato to a whole new level.
I don’t believe I’ve ever encountered someone who doesn’t enjoy baked potatoes, so why not switch things up with some cheesy twice-baked potatoes? I don’t think I’ve ever met someone who doesn’t like baked potatoes. Because they need so little time to prepare, they are perfect for serving as a side dish on a weeknight or as an appetizer for a get-together. The incorporation of broccoli into these potatoes is a fantastic covert method for squeezing in some more leafy greens into one’s diet.
BECAUSE MOST OF THE INGREDIENTS ARE ALWAYS ON HAND, THIS IS A GO-TO DISH FOR WEEKNIGHT MEALS. THIS IS ALL YOU NEED:
Baked russet potatoes; I used 6.
A medium-diced broccoli head.
½ Cup.Of sour cream.
1 Cup.Of shredded cheddar cheese.
½ Tsp.Of garlic powder.
½ Tsp.Of sea salt
¼ Tsp.Of cracked black pepper.
2 Tbsp.Of softened butter.
To start, you need to bake the potatoes, then set them aside to cool until they can be handled easily.
Next, cut each potato in half lengthwise, then remove the pulp from the middle, leaving a border of 14 inches all the way around.
And now, prepare the mashed potato by leaving part of the potato in smaller bits.
Combine all of the other ingredients, but only use a half cup of the shredded cheese in the mixture.
At this point, you need to bring the temperature in the oven up to 350 degrees.
Place the filling in the potato skins and sprinkle each with a quarter of a cup’s worth of shredded cheese.
Bake until the cheese melts, about 10 minutes at 400 degrees Fahrenheit, or air fry. And If you want the topping to become crunchier very quickly, you can broil it.
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