Simple Loaded Spinach Potato Bake

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I’ve shared in the past about how our family attends many potlucks over the holidays. This year has (and will be!) no exception. One thing that I’ve learned by attending and hosting gatherings over the years is that there is always one type of food that is always a crowd favorite: potatoes. No matter what kind of potatoes anyone brings, guests eat them up. Since having the triplets, my time to wash and slice potatoes for large potluck casseroles is extremely limited. Luckily, I’ve found a shortcut. While, traditionally, I would insist on using fresh potatoes, I’ve discovered that by including fresh add-ins to boxed real potatoes, I can still achieve a homemade taste without all the potato chopping time. Today, I’m using Betty Crocker™ Loaded Potatoes to create a simple and easy Loaded Spinach Potato Bake.

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Ingredients:

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Follow the directions to prepare the potatoes as instructed on the back of the Betty Crocker™ Loaded Casserole Potatoes box. Add in spinach, green onions, and bacon. The mixture will appear thin before placing it in the oven.

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Bake according to the time directed on the package.

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To make a batch for a large gathering, use both of the packs in the Betty Crocker™ Loaded Casserole Potatoes and double the other ingredients. This is definitely a simple and easy recipe for a holiday party! I can get ready for the party while it bakes, and it’s a great way to sneak in spinach in yet another recipe.

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Comments

  1. says

    These look wonderful! I love these cheesy potatoes during the holidays, but I bet they taste even better with spinach. I’ll have to try this one out this year.

  2. Jacquelyn L. says

    I’ve always been a fan of cooking up Betty Crocket potatoes with thick slices of ham on top. It’s something my mom always did.

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  4. Amanda Baker says

    I think that these would taste amazing with some cubed ham thrown in. They actually look like they’d taste great without anymore add ins!! I think the spinach recipe you posted looks delicious so I might have to give that one a try!!

  5. Kate B says

    Wow! I never even thought to add things to these potato dishes. I like the spinach idea, we like spinach in my house. I think it would be good to add some mushrooms and onions. Or Broccoli would be good too!

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