Game Day Twice Baked Potato Skins

It’s game day and you’re ready to root for your favorite team. Fuel your team spirit with a hearty plant-based meal packed with super-satifying appetizers.

Get Your Game Day on with Twice Baked Potato Skins

This plant-based, whole food dish make a great main part of your meal or you can pair them with your favorite PLANTSTRONG burger for a super satisfying game time plant-based dinner.

Spinach - the Superfood!

Spinach is a nutritious, leafy green. This vegetable has been shown to benefit health in several ways, classifying it as a superfood, which is an easy way to say it’s a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being.

This leafy vegetable is considered a superfood. But, why? The reason why spinach is considered a superfood is because of the loads of nutrients and low-caloric value that it possesses. These greens also benefit your skin, hair, and bones.

Get Going with Potato Power!

Potatoes are a versatile root vegetable and a staple food in many households. Aside from being nutritious, potatoes are also incredibly filling. 

Potatoes are a good source of fiber, which can help you lose weight by keeping you full longer. Fiber can also help prevent heart disease by keeping cholesterol and blood glucose levels in check. Potatoes are also full of antioxidants that work to prevent diseases and vitamins that help your body function properly.

Potatoes are also quite filling, which means they may help you lose weight by curbing hunger pains and cravings. One large baked russet potato has 8 grams of protein, or 14 percent of men's and 17 percent of women's recommended daily allowances.

All in all, potatoes are a great addition to your diet in moderation. They are also naturally gluten-free, which means they can be enjoyed by almost everyone. 

Buying and Storing Potatoes

When buying potatoes, choose ones that are firm, have smooth skins, and are without any sprouts or blemishes. Avoid potatoes with wrinkled skins, sprouted eyes, cut surfaces, soft or dark spots, decayed areas, or sunken spots. If possible, purchase potatoes that are fairly clean but unwashed. Potatoes that have been washed will spoil quicker.

Store potatoes in a well-ventilated cool, dry, dark area such as a cool closet or dry basement. When stored between 45F to 50F, potatoes will keep for several weeks. If stored at room temperature or in a warm place, potatoes will remain at top quality for only about 1 week. 

Do not store potatoes in the refrigerator. The starch will begin to change to glucose and alter the taste; the potatoes will also turn dark after cooking.


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