"Even with reduced calories, these great-tasting twice-baked potatoes are still a family favorite." — Dannon Oikos®
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Dannon® Oikos Greek Plain Yogurt
shredded reduced-fat Cheddar cheese, divided
green onions, sliced, divided
Amazing!! I loved using Greek yogurt instead of sour cream for the potatoes. VERY creamy and delicious! Also used turkey bacon pieces instead of regular bacon for the topping. My family loved them!
these are great an easy to make the only thin i do different is i replace the yogurt with ranch dressing! :) yumm
This is of course a safe, basic twice-baked potato recipe, one that has broad appeal as it has no unusual ingredients that might turn some people off. I followed the recipe fairly closely, not measuring, just using amounts of ingredients that worked for me. I used red potatoes instead of baking potatoes and adjusted the cooking time accordingly. Didn't use yogurt - I stuck with full fat sour cream but didn't add butter or milk. Excellent.
I used this recipe, only, I substituted to Oikos yogurt with Publix brand plain non-fat yougurt, It was absolutley delicious. I didn't use any onions either, just bacon, and cheese, my husband LOVED it.
For health we skipped the bacon and hardly missed it. The yogurt adds a richness to the potato mixture. We
ll use again.
Can even be eaten with out the Potato shell as mashed potatoes
These were fabulous! We tried them with turkey bacon and they were wonderful! Cut the recipe down to 4 servings- keep in mind that baking potatoes are huge!
These were excellent!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ultimate Twice Baked Potatoes by Dannon Oikos(R)
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 48
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