Ultimate Twice-Baked Potato Recipes

Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes
We all know two is better than one. And when it comes to baked potatoes, that's no different. These quick-prep twice-baked potatoes (sweet, new, and regular) are the perfect side dish for holidays and weeknight dinners.

Twice-Baked New Potatoes

All the flavor of twice-baked potatoes -- just in a smaller shell! Warning: Their small size might make these cheesy treats disappear quickly.

Twice-Baked Candied Sweet Potatoes

Basically sweet potato casserole, but still in the shell. Only six ingredients and three steps make it so easy to serve up a holiday dish on an average evening.

Twice-Baked Potatoes

Nothing wrong with a classic. Especially when that classic is creamy, cheesy twice-baked potatoes. For those looking to mix things up, our Test Kitchen provides tweaks for Bacon-Cheddar and Southwestern flavor versions.

Mexican-Style Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Orange Crema

In case buttery sweet potatoes with brown sugar and cumin aren't enough of a delicacy for you, this recipe is topped with honey-orange crema. Oh, and there are less than 200 calories per serving.

Editor's Tip: Make in advance and freeze for up to 3 months! Just thaw overnight in the fridge before baking.

Twice-Baked Pesto Mashed Potatoes

Pesto isn't just for pasta. Mix in basil or dried tomato pesto plus shredded Pecorino Romano cheese -- the sharp, salty taste will amp up the flavor.

Editor's Tip: Add cannellini beans for protein, or swap in Parmesan if you don't have Pecorino Romano on hand.

Roasted Poblano Twice-Baked Potatoes

Poblano peppers, garlic, and ground black pepper add some spice, while sour cream and smoked Gouda cheese calm things down.

Twice-Baked Pizza Potatoes

For those of you who've always insisted pizza should be a vegetable, your wishes have been granted. Feel free to choose different toppings for your very own personal pizza potato.

Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes

Dried cranberries and cranberry relish boost the sweet flavor of sweet potatoes. And with only 20 minutes of prep time (and the option of chilling them for 24 hours), you can pretty much make these whenever!

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