Heart Attack Potatoes #2

This is why I hate putting recipes on the blog – I always forget something!

Bake at 350 degrees for one hour.

So so sorry!!! As usual

8 thoughts on “Heart Attack Potatoes #2

  1. Kathy Schwartz in SW MN

    Such beautiful photos. Great work everybody.
    Must make those potatoes soon!
    We are staying home and will have the traditional dinner. Daughter and SIL will come; two miles away.
    To me, I am truly grateful and thankful as I just finished 20 rounds of radiation for breast cancer. (Second go around for me.) It was 20 trips to Sioux Falls (mostly on horrible roads). I say, it was 4,000 miles on my car “going nowhere” but for a purpose. One major car breakdown (8 hours and $800 later in Luverne, MN.) But, I am thankful for all.
    Be still and safe.

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      Kathy Schwartz – I wondered why I hadn’t heard from you! Hooray you’re done with radiation! That’s a lot of miles but so glad it had good results. Are you still milking cows?

  2. Marie Orton

    How wonderful to read your blog and only have one pop-up ad to contend with, thanks so much if that was your intention. I love to read about your farm and animals and now particularly about Jo and your wonderful patience with her. Keep it up and she will respond eventually. Best wishes from British Columbia and please, be calm, be safe and be kind.

  3. Candy

    I make something similar to this, only I use perogies instead of hash browns. Equally as delicious AND fattening! They are a heart attack waiting to happen! Happy Thanksgiving week everyone!

  4. Jeanie S, Central Illinois

    Whenever I don’t have the baking info, one can’t go wrong using 350 degrees for an hour. 😂🤗
    Thanks for the recipe; I look forward to making it.

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      Jeanie S – I read over that recipe card, checked and rechecked and still I missed the temp and time – ugh. Every time I ever post a recipe I miss SOMETHING! You’ll love these potatoes!

  5. Kim J LeMere

    I see this as an opportunity for me to close a few more adds. Thanks for sharing the recipe its going on our list for turkey day.

    1. CountryThreads Post author

      Kim LeMere – I make these potatoes maybe 3-4 times a year on holidays or for company – of which we haven’t had any- ha! They’re yummy but very fattening and not good for a healthy body.

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