I tried it (you can HERE. They originally posted on the Pioneer Woman, you know they are good) and it was great.
Then one day I had a brilliant moment (I must have drunken enough coffee) and made a new recipe.
I had made a lunch of brunch for my hubby and little men. I only had the bacon done and planned to do the eggs and toast when they arrived home. They arrived home and had already eaten. So what was I to do with a pound of wonderful cooked bacon?
That's when the brilliance set in.
I made the red potatoes as I had before, boiled whole in the pot until just done.
Then I took a piece of tinfoil, added a bit of olive oil and smashed the potato with my Great Grandma's potato masher just a bit.
Then I topped the potato with crumbled bacon, diced onion and slab of butter.
I wrapped each individual potato up in tinfoil teepees.
Then my husband grilled them with our steak.
Where he normally despises cooking potatoes on the grill, these were basically done when he put them out there so he didn't have to worry about them at all!
I should have taken a photo of the finished product, but we were too busy eating them all.
Yes, they were that good.
I topped mine with shredded cheese - because when doesn't cheese make things better?
Fourth of July is coming up. I guarantee you will have a hit if you try these potatoes!