A stuffed baked potato loaded with creamy deliciousness is perfect for those nights that you just don’t have the energy or the time to cook.
Baked potatoes were just what we needed the other night. We spent all of Christmas sick. This happens every year without fail. One of us, or all of us, always seem to end up with some kind of bug. It’s almost like clock work. I was not in the mood to cook very much so our meals were little and very easy to prepare and clean up. Not feeling well is bad enough but who wants to add preparing an elaborate meal and cleaning up a messy kitchen on top of it? Not me! Nothing sounded good and we have a huge bag of Idaho potatoes that need to be used. This cheesy chicken stuffed baked potato is the result, and it was seriously delicious. Soft, creamy, cheesy and full of flavor these were absolutely perfect! Just having a plain baked potato time and time again can get somewhat tedious and boring, but all of the added ingredients really make this dish one to praise. A pop of flavor from the corn, added creaminess from the heavy cream. Mmmmmmm…… so good! Next time I think we will add some broccoli or maybe peas. Let me know if you try that and how it works out!
If any of you aren’t feeling so hot this week try out this stuffed potato and get feeling better!
What Kind Of Potato Is Best For Baking?
Russet potatoes are the #1 choice for baking.
Sweet potatoes are also excellent bakers.
Are Potatoes Fattening?
When potatoes are cooked in a healthy way like baked, boiled, roasted or steamed, they are not fattening, and can even be beneficial to a weight-loss diet.
Are Potatoes Nutritional?
Potatoes contain a good amount of carbs and fiber, as well as vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium and manganese.
Potatoes are also low calorie, and have no fat.
Stuffed Baked Potato
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 1154 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 280mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 106g Fiber: 11.2g Sugar: 7.7g Protein: 81.6g