Potato Egg Bake and Mini Potato Puffs Recipes

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!

Kraft Ingredidents for BlogPotato Egg Bake and Mini Potato Puffs

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Potato Egg Bake
 
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Recipe type: Dinner
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 2 Potatoes
  • Carving Board Ham
  • Kraft Shredded 4 Cheese
  • Butter
  • 2 Eggs
Instructions
  1. Cut off the top ⅓ 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.
  2. 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!
  3. Take the potatoes out and add in some butter on the inside. Add cheese and ham as well.
  4. Crack an egg and empty the entire thing into the boat. Try not to let the Yolk break apart.
  5. Cook the potatoes in the oven for 25-35 minutes at 350 or until the egg whites set.
  6. Serve and enjoy

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Mini Potato Puffs Recipes
 
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Recipe type: Brunch
Ingredients
  • 1 Egg
  • Inside of Potato
  • Cheese
  • Ham
Instructions
  1. Cut up the insides of the potato from the Potato Egg Bake.
  2. Add to a bowl with the ham, an egg and cheese. (You can choose how much you want.. but use at least 1 egg)
  3. Mix well then add to greased mini muffin tin.
  4. Bake in the oven at 350 until the puffs have puffed up.

Mini Potato Puffs

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.

Check out Kraft’s Pinterest page as well for more wonderful recipe ideas, which you can pin to your boards to save for later!

Potato Egg Bake and Mini Potato Puffs 1Note: As a Kraft Influencer I will be creating recipes that I am being compensated for that. All opinions are my own.


Comments

  1. Tammy S says

    My daughter would totally love this recipe. She loves potatoes and would eat them everyday if I let her. I could even add bacon in some for my son. I am going to have to try this soon. Thanks for the recipe.

  2. Janet W. says

    The Mini Potato Puffs Recipe looks delicious! We really need to start trying new things because we keep eating the same stuff over and over!

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