Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes

Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes

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These Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes are one hearty meal for all those hungry appetites that I have running through my house. Sometimes it’s difficult to feed and please everyone at the same time, especially when they all have different tastes. These spuds are loaded with lots of delicious ingredients that pack a punch and warms the soul!

My husband loves to come home from work to a hearty meal after working outside in the freezing cold and these Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes fit the bill each time. It’s a delicious bite of goodness each and every time. There is nothing more satisfying than a spoonful of some hearty stew and creamy cheesy mashed potatoes. Put it all together and you’ve got one awesome bite of the best flavors melded together.

beef tip stuffed potatoes

Not only do these Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes taste amazing, but they are fun to eat as well. At first glance they look like a normal twice baked potato, but once you cut into them you’ll see they’re were stuffed with beef tips, veggies, and a hearty gravy with delicious seasonings to bring all the flavors together.

Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 45 minutes

Total Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Yield: 6 potato halves

Serving Size: 1 potato half

Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes

These delicious Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes are a wonderful hearty meal to serve any day of the week. They’re especially good on Football Sunday to tame all those hungry monsters in front of the T.V.


  • 3 large – Baking Potatoes*
  • 2 tsp. – Olive Oil
  • 3 tsp. – Course Salt – to rub on potatoes
  • 2 Tbsp. – Butter
  • ¼ tsp. each – Sea Salt and Ground Black Pepper
  • ¼ cup – Almond Milk – unsweet
  • Pastry bag or plastic baggie – to pipe mashed potatoes
  • ~~Beef Tips~~
  • 2 Tbsp. – Coconut Oil
  • 1 Tsp. – Weber Steak Seasoning
  • 1 lb. – Beef Tips – cubed
  • ½ cup – Onion – diced
  • ½ cup – Red Bell Pepper – diced
  • 1 cup – Sweet Corn – frozen
  • 1 cup – Baby Peas – frozen
  • 2 cloves - Garlic – minced
  • 2 Tbsp. – Gluten-Free Flour
  • ½ cup – Beef Stock**
  • ¼ tsp. – Salt and Pepper
  • ½ cup – Cheddar Cheese - grated


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Rub whole potatoes with olive oil and coarse salt. Bake 45 to 60 minutes or until done. Allow to cool enough for you to handle.
  3. Once potatoes are cool cut them in half-length wise and scoop out center of potatoes into a bowl. Place potato skins on sheet pan and set aside until needed.
  4. Add butter, salt pepper and milk into bowl of potato meat. Mash until creamy and put in a pastry bag. Set aside.
  5. ~~Beef~~
  6. Season beef with Weber Steak Seasoning.
  7. In large skillet add – oil, beef tips, onion, bell pepper, and garlic. Cook on medium heat until tips are pink on the inside about 6 minutes. Add flour and cook 3 minutes while stirring. Pour beef stock in skillet to make the gravy. Cook 8 minutes on med/low, add corn and peas stir to combine. Remove from heat.
  8. Scoop mixture into potato skins, then pipe on potato meat, then sprinkle on cheddar cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Remove and serve.


*Buy local whenever possible. Supporting your local growers not only keep them going all year, but will also keep the revenue up for your local area. **Make sure beef stock is gluten-free. I use Rachel Ray’s Stock’s because they are certified gluten-free.

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These Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes would be great served up on game day as well. You can feed an army of family and friends at the same time. You can switch things up and make them spicy or mild, depending on what you crowd prefers. Your Game day or football Sunday will never be the same. Make sure you involve the family when making these and build some fun memories in the kitchen as well as putting out a hearty meal of Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes.

From my kitchen to yours,

Tina Marie


What another delicious recipe to serve up on Football Sunday? Try my Football Sunday Black Bean Salsa Wraps!

What spin do you like to put into your baked potatoes?

84 thoughts on “Beef Tip Stuffed Potatoes

  1. I know my husband would love it too even though he does not work outside all day. This looks so good I want to make it tonight!

  2. Great recipe! I’ve not seen one quite like this. I love Weber’s seasonings! I love that you added the comment about buying locally as well….I always encourage people to do the same.

  3. I mix it up, I take the traditional and go wild. I could add any type of cheese: blue cheese, swiss, or Buffalo . Onion, leak, or grilled. Ah, roasted garlic can be so yummy. You get the idea.

  4. This looks so easy, I can’t wait to try it …. we trade game / dinner weekends with friends and this will be a huge hit!

  5. Ok I admit, when I clicked on the link it didn’t sound appealing but after looking at it and reading the ingredients/directions I think my family would love it!

  6. I love twice baked potatoes but the only thing I’ve ever added to them is bacon and cheese. These are a meal in themselves.

  7. Omg I LOVE twice baked potatoes! And this really LOOKS/SOUNDS amazing!! I bookmarked this page and will be trying it!! My kids will LOVE IT! We’re always looking for new fun and yummy dinner ideas!!!

  8. I hadn’t really given much thought to stuffing potatoes with items other then your typical potato skin. This is an awesome idea!

  9. Wow these sound delicious and are making my mouth water lol I bookmarked and definitely making these this weekend. Thank you so much for the fabulous recipe 🙂

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