The jacket potato has become the staple recipe for a quick fix dominating canteens, festival trucks and family kitchens as the go-to favourite treat. We have a great selection of jacket potato recipes to put a twist on the traditional British snack - we cover your spice needs with the Spicy Mexican Jacket, tickle your bacon fix with the smoky Bonfire Jacket and even get seasonal with the Christmas Leftover Jacket.
Loaded mexican potato skins
These loaded potato skins are simple to prepare and the perfect Friday night treat! Make them in batches and enjoy with friends or family.
Deliciously Ella's Loaded Mexican-Style Potato Skins
The epitome of a guilt-free treat! This firm favourite from Deliciously Ella is perfect to whip up when entertaining friends.
“This makes a great meal for kids, the asparagus spears are fantastic finger food for them to pop their eggs with, they’ll love the potato of course and it’s a good way to introduce a different way to eat a baked potato."
Simple yet so tasty, this classic combination of basil, tomato and chicken will bring your jacket to life.
Twice baked sour cream and chive jacket potatoes recipe
Twice-baked might sound complicated, but these guys are a doddle to whip up, and well worth it at the end.
Tuck into this incredibly warming snack packed full of tasty bacon, melted cheese and kidney beans heightened by a sprinkling of smokey paprika. Perfect for a cold winter's evening!
This recipe is great for getting through the sprouts at Christmas - the added blue cheese adds a different dimension. Try throughout the year with other leftover vegetables.
Really simple to make, and pretty tasty too! Why not mix up a bowl of the filling and share around the table - there'll always be room for more with this one!
Fresh, crisp vegetables and zingy flavours make this jacket perfectly healthy, with four green lights and great taste to boot.
Simple ingredients mixed together make one tasty result!
Perfect for an evening in front of the fire and a film, or why not try with salad potatoes as a canape?
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