The Very Best Peanut Butter Cup Fudge Brownies.
Which really just means cheesy potatoes….with fried eggs and bacon.
So I know that potatoes skins are nothing new and that probably just about everyone knows how to make them, BUT, I feel like the week before the Super Bowl is the perfect time to remind you all that you really need to make some potato skins!!
Preferably these fully loaded potato skins with chipotle southwest guacamole. You all know that “loaded” to me obviously means triple the cheese. Plus spicy, smoky guacamole and a fried egg.
What, eggs? Yep, especially these crispy, olive oil fried eggs, which honestly make everything that much better.
And if you think about it, these skins are kind of like your own personal giant nacho. Only instead of chips we have crisped up potato skins, which dare I say are a million times better than any old nacho chip.
But then again, I kind of love cheesy potato skins.
Growing up my dad would make them all the time, but instead of eating them as a side or appetizer like normal people (we are far from normal…thinking you already know this by now though), we ate them as a meal. Back then, I never thought this was at all weird, it was just one of dad’s dishes. Of course I’ve since come to realize that potatoes skins are more of an app or side. Thing is though, we still eat potato skins for dinner all the time. No need for anything else in my book.
When we were kids, we totally just had the skins straight up. Meaning cheese and potatoes…with loads of bacon bits for the boys. I never ate the bacon bits because they totally freaked me out.
The boys still love them, I am still totally freaked out. I mean maybe the real bits (which we now make) but back then they used to eat those fake Bac’n Pieces with ingredients I can’t even pronounce, and Red die #40 – so gross!
Today though, I loaded these skins like I would nachos. Full of cheese, topped with REAL bacon, chipotle southwest guacamole, some fried eggs and even a little buffalo sauce if you are into it.
They definitely have a little spicy Mexican flare to them. Yeah!
Oh, and my secret to a freaking awesome potato skin?
Butter…a little more butter… salt and cheese – lots of cheese!
The three ingredients that can almost never fail you.
Also, if you wanted to make these a little early, say tonight or tomorrow? I think that’d be a pretty good idea.
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I mean, you gotta do a pre game-day trial run. Practice makes perfect!
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