Bacon and Cheddar Little Potatoes

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This recipe Bacon and Cheddar Little Potatoes is a quick and easy delicious potato recipe that you can make for a side dish for a dinner meal or just as a snack that you and your family can enjoy when watching a night of your favorite television shows. This potatoes recipes is a combination of small potatoes, cheese and bacon with a few more ingredients thrown in for good measure. This delicious potato recipe is easy to make and does not require any special potatoes. You can use any potato that you might have in the house for this potatoes recipes, and this dish will still taste great. Of course, the little potatoes are a bit of a novelty, and everyone enjoys having them, but when the dish is smothered in bacon and cheddar cheese, any potato will have terrific results. Potatoes recipes are great food. They can be prepared in a wide variety of ways and so many different potatoes recipes ideas. For example, potatoes can be baked, boiled, fried, chopped, minced, and made up in a thousand other ways. Potatoes recipes are also full of white potato nutrition, potato nutritional benefits and potato nutrients. Leaving the potato skin on in a potatoes recipes is a good way to add some extra potato nutritional benefits to the delicious potato recipe.

This potatoes recipes is made with bacon as well as cheddar cheese, and plenty of both. These are heavy and rich flavors that potato can taste great with. When you put these three ingredients together, you have a full dinner meal without adding anything else. You might want to add some greens to this delicious potato recipe, and then, given how filling and calorie dense these foods are (except the potato) you might want only to add some steamed greens to round things out. This delicious potato recipe is quick and easy to make, and much of it can be made ahead of time if you like. Bacon can be cooked and frozen for easy potatoes recipes, and it will not take very long to wash and chop the potatoes, especially if you do not peel them. Leaving the potato skins on adds to the dietary fiber in the potato nutrients of the recipe. Everyone enjoys these major ingredients of cheese, bacon, and potatoes. They just all work well together.

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Thank you to Brandie at The Country Cook recipe site for this delicious potato recipe for bacon and cheddar little potatoes. Brandies' love of cooking started when she was a kid when she used to love putting together food. She can remember the first thing she ever learned to cook was a fried egg. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include bread recipes, appetizer recipes, dessert recipes, drink recipes, breakfast recipes, main dish recipes and more. Other recipes you will find on the site include potatoes recipes, delicious potato recipe, and so much more. *

Nutrition Facts for: Bacon and Cheddar Little Potatoes From The Country Cook
Ingredients: Little potatoes, onion, salt, garlic salt, butter, cheese, bacon, green onion.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings. * Per Serving: , Calories 476, Calories from Fat 290, Total Fat 32.2g 50%, Saturated Fat 15.6g 78%, Cholesterol 91mg 30%, Sodium 1649mg 69%, Potassium 749mg 21%, Carbohydrates 20.6g 7%, Dietary Fiber 3.2g 13%, Sugars 2.2g, Protein 25.6g, Vitamin A 11%, Vitamin C 40%, Calcium 29%, Iron 8%

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