Easy Baked Potato Bar
If you're looking for an easy, fun, and affordable option for your next party or family dinner, this baked potato bar is it! Your family will love getting to stuff their own potatoes with their favorite toppings.
Is there anything better than a stuffed potato? I'm going to say no. Stuffed potatoes (of both the white and sweet variety) have long been one of my favorite comfort foods. From the uber-popular sausage and kale stuffed sweet potatoes from my first book, to this BBQ bacon burger stuffed potato, or even my go-to lunch order of a brisket stuffed potato from our local BBQ place, one of my favorite things about baked potatoes is all the ways you can dress it up! That's why I love the concept of this baked potato bar: everyone can dress up their potatoes however they like, and they get the opportunity to try out a few new topping possibilities they may not have thought of before.
To make a baked potato bar, all you'll need to do is bake up some potatoes and set out your favorite toppings. If you're setting up a baked potato bar for a party, you can keep the potatoes warm by placing them in a slow cooker on the warm setting, so that everyone can grab a potato whenever you're ready. With St. Patrick's Day coming up, we decided to put an Irish spin on our toppings by featuring corned beef and sauerkraut! Here are a few ideas for topping your own baked potato bar:
- Corned beef or beef brisket
- Cooked and crumbled sausage
- Shredded cheese
- Green onions
- Diced red onion
- Sour cream
- Sliced jalapenos
Whatever toppings you choose, your baked potato bar is sure to be a hit! We hope you love it as much as we do.Print
Easy Baked Potato Bar
This easy baked potato bar is a perfect option for your next family dinner or get together!
- Prep Time: 00:15
- Cook Time: 01:00
- Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
- Yield: Serves 6
- Preheat the oven to 400 F.
- Rub the potatoes with olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt, then place on a rimmed baking sheet and bake for 50-60 minutes, until the potatoes are pierced easily with a fork.
- Cut a slit in the potatoes, lengthwise, then set out alongside the toppings. If you want to keep the potatoes warm, you can place them in a slow cooker on the warm setting. Let everyone serve their own potatoes and enjoy!