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Loaded Baked Potato & Chicken Casserole Result 12/18/15

I did this and it is AMAZEBALLS!!!

(actually I used the one on Pinterest [feel free to click on Pinterest to follow the link] because I forgot I had it here) was a Major Pinterest WIN!!!!! This was freaking great and I can not wait for leftovers for dinner tonight!
I actually followed directions this time, didn't deviate from the recipe, not even once. I will put this into my recipe rotation.
Ok, now let me show you what I did:

I cooked the bacon.

I diced and rinsed the potatoes.

The recipe required very few ingredients: Olive Oil, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic powder (I used garlic pepper salt and california blend garlic pepper seasoning), hot sauce, cheddar cheese, bacon and green onions.  

made the marinade.

mixed the potatoes in the marinade.

the potatoes go in the oven for 45 stirring every 15 mins.

the chicken is marinated in the remaining marinade until the potatoes are done.

I shredded the Cabot (LF) cheese by hand.

the potatoes are done!

I was nervous about this part, you put the raw marinated chicken on top of the done potatoes turn the temp down to 400* and bake for another 15 mins. I put it in for 20mins.

Also, put the cheese, bacon, and green onions on top of the raw chicken. (I had my reservations...)

                                                                 It's FINALLY done!

I was amazed at how well this turned out, I do recommend this recipe! I will be making this again!

Ok, so before we did the casserole we did this: (We put the tree and are DONE decorating!)
The Lil Chef was coloring her Christmas picture to go one the wall with the others.


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