I've made these little beauties three times now and they are perfect. Being able to make them ahead of time and reheat is a time saver. They are a bit time consuming to make, but well worth the effort. Thanks FC for another great recipe.
Really nice. I made these tonight for a small Super Bowl dinner. Everyone loved them. Scooping out those tiny potatoes is tedious, but I've been assured they liked these enough that I'll have help next time. =)
A great party recipe with a real "wow" factor. I was a bit amused about the comment about reheating leftovers-I had no leftovers to reheat! In fact, these were gone within a half hour! I made these the night before and reheated them just before serving. I agree the melon ball maker makes the task of scooping out the potato much easier.
I served these at a post Christmas open house, everyone loved them and was asking for the recipe. The leftovers reheated nicely, definite repeat recipe.
Absolutely fantastic. Made Thai Shrimp Parmesan Bowls, Balsamic beef with Carmelized Onion bites, and these for my sisters birthday soiree at my condo. Went over fantastic! Best twice-baked potatoes my sister has ever had, and she has had a lot!
I made these to take to a New Years Eve party along with Mini Crab Cakes. Great Wow! factor. They were fun to make ahead. I used less sour cream than called for in the recipe. Scooping the potatoe with a melon baller made it easy. I refilled the potatoes with a piping bag using a large tip.
Excellant, time consuming to make but well worth the effort.
They are nice in a buffet or with any special meal.
I made these for a Christmas Day appetizer. Easy to make. I used a demi-tasse spoon to hollow out the potatoes and it worked just fine. Very tasty and filling hot appetizer. Prepared them the night before, let them sit on the counter for 30 min, then baked. Would definately make again.