Spring Cleaning has come to my house. I am purging and cleaning and organizing. I decided to add my pantry into one of the things that I need to tackle. It’s a long process but I’m finding things that I haven’t used yet and it’s just sitting around. Like potatoes. So I came up with 2 potato recipes that are easy to make but still oh so good. You can make both simultaneously because the second recipe uses some leftovers of the first. I was so proud of myself when I thought of this, and well it’s getting rid of more things in the kitchen. Hurray for that! I’m going to have to check out Kraft Recipes so I can get rid of more things I have in my pantry and make delicious meals out of it!
- 2 Potatoes
- Carving Board Ham
- Kraft Shredded 4 Cheese
- 2 Eggs
- Cut off the top 1/3 of the potato and then make it into a boat by spooning out the insides. DO NOT throw away the insides of the potato if you want to make the second recipe.
- Bake just the potatoes at 350 for an hour, to soften them up. The first time I tried this recipe out it wasn’t soft enough to really be able to eat easily. Learn from my mistake!
- Take the potatoes out and add in some butter on the inside. Add cheese and ham as well.
- Crack an egg and empty the entire thing into the boat. Try not to let the Yolk break apart.
- Cook the potatoes in the oven for 25-35 minutes at 350 or until the egg whites set.
- Serve and enjoy
- 1 Egg
- Inside of Potato
- Cut up the insides of the potato from the Potato Egg Bake.
- Add to a bowl with the ham, an egg and cheese. (You can choose how much you want.. but use at least 1 egg)
- Mix well then add to greased mini muffin tin.
- Bake in the oven at 350 until the puffs have puffed up.
I can see making this for a brunch… especially the mini potato puffs. My whole family loved those! Actually we loved it all, and my husband can’t wait for me to make more! I used huge potatoes; a smaller one would be fine if you aren’t going to use it as a main course.
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