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Mini New Potato Bites

Mini New Potato Bites recipe
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The only things missing are the tux and the silver tray! These Mini New Potato Bites are as well-dressed as they are delicious.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
30 servings
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posted:
4/25/2006
Breakstone's and Knudsen sour creams are not available where I live...used a fat free substitute. I also used a fat reduced parmesan cheese, and turkey bacon...my husband couldn't tell I had reconstructed the recipe. This recipe is easy enough to make mass quanities for my business.
posted:
4/23/2006
I used all fat free ingredients. It was wonderful and the left overs could be reheated anytime. Keeps very well. Perfect for two people to compliment many different meals.
posted:
4/23/2006
Awesome,I replaced the regular cream cheese with philadelphia herb and garlic cream cheese.
posted:
4/18/2006
YUMMY!!!!!! The potatoes I bought were a little big, but I just spooned out the middle and put the filling in. It came out real nice.
posted:
4/18/2006
We loved this recipe! I worried about the simplicity but it was fantastic. Very easy...we substituted the sour cream and chive sour cream and substitute ranch dip for the sour cream. They were great!
posted:
4/18/2006
Easy and delicious! A real crowd pleaser!
posted:
4/17/2006
Following the recipe exactly these were a little dull. The other cooks who recommended adding things to jazz them up are good suggestions. I will make these again but use more flavorings. I did not try the chive-seasoned cream cheese--I bet that would make it way better. Simple to make.
posted:
4/16/2006
Served with sour cream on the side since we have milk alergies in our family.
posted:
4/16/2006
*(A cook on)* If you read on the Recipe it says to cool them slighly before you but the toping on. So I would say they are served warm not hot. OK:)
posted:
4/16/2006
I fixed these for my Easter dinner and everyone loved them. They would make great appetizers or a summer substitute for baked potatoes, too. Had them cold later and they were just as tasty. They will be a repeat for many occasions for me!
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