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20 mins

Onomnomlicious.
My sisters and I LOVE these.

Posted by Janki Screams Obscenities Published See Janki Screams Obscenities's 3 projects »
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  • Step 1

    Peel the potatoes,
    [I normally use 3 for myself if I wanna eat a lot.]

    After peeling, wash them.

  • Step 2

    Stick the potatoes in the plastic baggie and put them in the microwave for 5 minutes.

    * Every so often open the microwave so some steam get get out.

  • Step 3

    While waiting, get a bowl and have your cheese and butter out.

    [ I use low fat mozzarella and country crock butter ]

  • Step 4

    Once the potatoes are done put them in the bowl.
    BE CAREFUL, they are EXTREMELY hot.

    Then with your fork mash the potatoes.

  • Step 5

    Throw some butter and cheese while mashing to melt it in with the potatoes.

  • Step 6

    Finally, throw some salt and pepper and enjoy :D

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FooFoo
FooFoo · Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, DE
I add some nutmeg and liquid cream :] YUM! And I don't make my potatoes in the microwave either.
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Mel
Mel · Belgium, Wisconsin, US
I agree with Turtle below about boiling, I'd never make potatoes in the microwave! Other than that, sounds great! =)
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Janki Screams Obscenities
I'm a vegetarian, so I obv. don't use bacon.
I tried milk, didn't come out all that great.
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Jessi H.
Jessi H. · Vancouver, British Columbia, CA · 1 project
Add a little splash of milk. MMMMM. : It makes it soooo creamy and delicious! Thanks for sharing.
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Gobble Monster
Gobble Monster
I do this all time and I love it, too. I but bacon in mine, sometimes, though. It's so goood! mmm... Happy I think i'll make some now! Happy
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MommyBell
MommyBell · Bradford, Pennsylvania, US · 8 projects
they taste better with the skins and boiled on the stove. not the microwave.
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duckyness
duckyness · Sydney, New South Wales, AU · 1 project
I also suggest adding seeded mustard and diced bacon!
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CO + K User

...a little warm milk makes them extra fluffy. ;)
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CO + K User

...a little warm milk makes them extra fluffy. ;)
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