Twice Baked Potatoes In The Smoker

Twice baked potatoes are one of my favorite side dishes. When I found this recipe I knew I had to make them to go with the Smoked BBQ Baby Back Ribs. When I was looking for a recipe for the ribs I came across this recipe and thought I would give it a try Smoked Twice Baked Potatoes from http://Smokingmeat.com. Making these potatoes in the smoker takes the flavor to the next level. It takes some time to cook the potatoes in the smoker, and to be honest I have no patience. I ended up taking them out after 3 hours and they weren’t quite done so I put them in the microwave to finish cooking them. They were delicious! After they cooked in the smoker for three hours I mixed up the insides with cream cheese, heavy cream, bacon, 1/2 stick of butter and some rub seasoning. I stuffed the filling back in the potatoes and topped with cheddar cheese and more bacon. They went back in the smoker for another 30-45 minutes until the cheese was all melty and gooey and topped them with some fresh chives. I honestly could have just had these for supper. But they paired perfectly with the smoked baby back ribs. I saved the leftovers for lunch the next day and they were just as good then.

Twice baked potatoes are one of my favorite side dishes. When I found this recipe I knew I had to make them to go with the Smoked BBQ Baby Back Ribs

When I was looking for a recipe for the ribs I came across this recipe and thought I would give it a try Smoked Twice Baked Potatoes from http://Smokingmeat.com. Making these potatoes in the smoker takes the flavor to the next level. It takes some time to cook the potatoes in the smoker, and to be honest I have no patience. I ended up taking them out after 3 hours and they weren’t quite done so I put them in the microwave to finish cooking them.

They were delicious! After they cooked in the smoker for three hours I mixed up the insides with cream cheese, heavy cream, bacon, 1/2 stick of butter and some rub seasoning. I stuffed the filling back in the potatoes and topped with cheddar cheese and more bacon.

Twice baked potatoes are one of my favorite side dishes. When I found this recipe I knew I had to make them to go with the Smoked BBQ Baby Back Ribs. When I was looking for a recipe for the ribs I came across this recipe and thought I would give it a try Smoked Twice Baked Potatoes from http://Smokingmeat.com. Making these potatoes in the smoker takes the flavor to the next level. It takes some time to cook the potatoes in the smoker, and to be honest I have no patience. I ended up taking them out after 3 hours and they weren’t quite done so I put them in the microwave to finish cooking them. They were delicious! After they cooked in the smoker for three hours I mixed up the insides with cream cheese, heavy cream, bacon, 1/2 stick of butter and some rub seasoning. I stuffed the filling back in the potatoes and topped with cheddar cheese and more bacon. They went back in the smoker for another 30-45 minutes until the cheese was all melty and gooey and topped them with some fresh chives. I honestly could have just had these for supper. But they paired perfectly with the smoked baby back ribs. I saved the leftovers for lunch the next day and they were just as good then.

TWICE BAKED POTATOES IN THE SMOKER

Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 3 hrs 30 mins
Total Time 3 hrs 50 mins
Servings 12

Ingredients
  

  • 6 baking potatoes
  • 1.5 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 4 oz cream cheese
  • 1.5 stick butter
  • 1 tbsp your favorite rub seasoning
  • 6-8 slices bacon
  • 1.5 cup heavy cream
  • 2-3 tbsp  diced chives

Notes

INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Wash potatoes
  2. Poke holes in the potatoes and rub with oil
  3. Put in smoker at 240 for 3 hours
  4. Cut potatoes in half and scoop out the insides into a bowl
  5. Mix cream cheese, bacon, rub, butter, heavy cream and 1 c. of cheddar cheese with potatoes
  6. Stuff back into the potato skins
  7. Top with remaining cheese and bacon
  8. Put back into the smoker for 30 min until the cheese is melted
  9. Remove from smoker and top with chives.

They went back in the smoker for another 30-45 minutes until the cheese was all melty and gooey and topped them with some fresh chives. I honestly could have just had these for supper. But they paired perfectly with the smoked baby back ribs. I saved the leftovers for lunch the next day and they were just as good then.

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