This twice-baked potato recipe is one I created together with my granddaughter, Lydia. She loves mashed potatoes. She loves cheese. So, together we mixed several recipes and came up with her own version. Here, she shows off her creation. So very delicious! She served them for her own birthday dinner party, something we love to do together.
This is not a traditional German recipe, but it made our "German taste buds" sit up and take notice!
These are absolutely delicious served with almost any meal. In fact, they'd make a nice lunch with a salad on the side.
They are best served right from the oven. They puff up beautifully, but then, slowly collapse. The picture was taken several minutes after they came out of the oven. Even though they collapsed, they still looked goooood. And, they tasted goooood.
We made enough for our party of six, but you can adjust the recipe accordingly.
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