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  1. I like Johnsonville. It doesn’t seem quite as salty as other sausages. May try it for the weekend!

  2. This looks amazing! What a great touch to turn baked potatoes into a filling meal 🙂

  3. I love how that’s such a simple way to make a baked potato a little more interesting. I think I could convince my kids to eat potatoes that way.

  4. What a great idea to serve it in the potatoes like that with cheese. Oh, it sounds yummy!

  5. I love baked potatoes. However, I have never had them with hot dogs. I love the idea. Seriously, doing this for dinner tomorrow.

  6. This looks so yummy! We love Johnsonville sausage. Adding the potato skins is a great idea!

  7. I love this idea… I love adding to my baked potatoes but never thought of adding sausage… this would bring Hubby and me together on what we love… ha

  8. That last picture made me smile! I love it when a plate looks like that after one of my kids helps with a recipe. It means we will be adding that to the menu more often. We had a potato bar at church this weekend – these Johnsonville sausages would have been a great addition.

  9. I discovered these this summer and have been in love with them since the first time they hit the grill. What could be better than two of my favorite things combined? So good. – katy

  10. These look SO tasty! We’re having a BBQ this weekend, I’m going to pick these up because I’m sure they are going to go over well with the fam and taste great on the grill!

  11. I love JOHNSONVILLE sausage! They are so good on their own but I bet they taste even better in potato skins. I never thought to use them to spice up a traditional potato 🙂 yum

  12. Those potato skins sound AWESOME!! My kids and hubby would LOVE them!

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