Lighter version Twice Baked Potatoes recipe from Food Network Kitchen via Food Network
twice-baked potatoes. These are a healthier version, but make it even healthier but using Greek yogurt instead of cream cheese, and by using Smart Balance butter (or an equivalent). Click the photo to learn how to make these at your next meal.
Twice baked potatoes - lightened up. I made these last night and they were really good. The leeks added so much to them!
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Twice Baked Potatoes Recipe - These potatoes still taste buttery and rich but are much lighter than the full fat version; they're made with a small amount of butter and reduced fat cream cheese.
Mashed Potato Skins Rachael amps up her mashed spuds with buttermilk and chopped turkey bacon. As she says, "If you eat well, you can eat more!" Get the Recipe: Mashed Potato Skins
Mashed Potato Skins: Potatoes are full of potassium and vitamin C, plus lots of carbohydrates for much-needed energy. Rachael Ray cuts calories in her mashed spuds by using turkey bacon and buttermilk instead of sour cream.
Mashed Potato Skins recipe from Rachael Ray - These mashed potatoes are so creamy and I like to make these when I don't want to use as many ingredients and don't want as many leftovers as the Mashed Potatoes with Bacon & Cheddar recipe.
Mashed Potato Skins Recipe, saw this on RR the other day, yum!
Garlicky Baked Fries by The Purple Foodie - skip the microwave and substitute olive oil for beef tallow
] Garlicky Baked Fries by The Purple Foodie -- These are some good fries. They are baked so just a bit healthier than anything deep fried and packed with flavor.
Garlicky Baked Fries by The Purple Foodie - baked, but not necessarily healthy. Still looks amazing and will be perfect for a splurge day! The comments also say this is awesome for sweet potatoes, so I think I'm going to give that a try!
Baked Garlic Fries, the best baked fries recipe I have found after MANY failed attempts!
Do you like potatoes and garlic. If so then your going to love these oh so delicious garlicky baked fries. They are oh so delicious and so easy to make. They are also really healthy for you.
Made-Over Blackened Cajun Skillet Fries : Replace mayo with Greek yogurt for a creamier, healthier dip for these crispy, Creole-flavored skillet fries.
Made-Over Blackened Cajun Skillet Fries from the Food Network. Try this healthy yet very tasty alternative. Even make your own dip from greek yogurt dressing (and you know how much we LOVE greek yogurt swaps!
Food Network has delicious and healthy sides for every night of the week, including lightened-up mashed potatoes and hearty grains like quinoa.
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Tyler's Scalloped Potato Gratin : Nutmeg, thyme and garlic give Tyler Florence’s Scalloped Potato Gratin an earthy, rich flavor that combines perfectly with a sharper cheese like Parmesan.
Christmas Dinner Scalloped Potato Gratin recipe from Tyler Florence via Food Network
Scalloped Potato Gratin - Tyler Florence one of our favorite side dishes
Scalloped Potato Gratin from Tyler Florence - Made these for Thanksgiving last year and in a taste test with the old tried and true family recipe this won by a vote of 7 out of That last vote being from the man who hates anything new.
Recipe of the Day: Scalloped Potato Gratin Warm and comforting, there's just something about this dish that keeps fans coming back for more. Plus, it only takes 15 minutes to prep!
Simple Scalloped Potatoes Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network -This basic version of scalloped potatoes has a chicken broth-milk sauce and a Gruyere topping. Use a mandoline for quick, even potato slices.
Mango Cucumber Rice Salad The flavors and textures of mango, cucumber, rice, peanuts and cilantro pair so well together, you’ll wonder why you haven’t been eating rice this way for years. Get the Recipe: Mango-Cucumber Rice Salad
Creamy Chili-Lime Corn - Spiked with lime and Parmesan, Mexican street corn is taken off the cob for a scoopable whole-grain side dish. Counter the heat of chili powder with creamy Greek yogurt, and use frozen corn for an excuse to make it year-round.