Baked potatoes are an easy way to pump your meal full of potassium and fiber, but the old butter and sour-cream routine can get old fast. This season, liven up your spuds with these 15 creative baked potato recipes:
This broccoli and cheddar baked potato recipe from Joy the Baker makes for a tasty, filling meal. The step-by-step instructions make it extra-easy, so you’ve got no excuses not to try it.
Baked potatoes for breakfast? You bet. Eggs, green onions, bacon, and cheese come together on a spud for a breakfast that’s sure to impress.
This Lentil and Chili Baked Potato recipe from Happy Food Healthy Life provides a yummy vegetarian option most everyone can get behind. The hearty combo is great on a colder night and will leave you full and satisfied.
Mom on Timeout’s Twice Baked Potato Casserole puts a new twist on an old favorite. This cheesy casserole is the perfect comfort food and can be served hot or cold.
Steak and potatoes are a classic combination, but who says you have to serve them as separates? Skinny Taste offers a great way enjoy steak, cheese, peppers, and potato at once, all while staying under 400 calories per serving.
Hasselback potatoes use deep cuts to divide the potato into thin slices. This recipe is simple to make and gives your potato a crispy, golden finish on the outside while the inside is soft, creamy, and loaded with flavor.
Need a great vegetarian meal for a weeknight? Good Life Eats shows you how to put together a quick baked potato with balsamic caramelized onions and mushrooms. Save time by making baked potatoes ahead of time to reheat later in the microwave.
Give your potato a Southwestern style makeover. You can cook your potatoes one of two ways with this recipe, regular or twice-baked.
This fun spin on classic grilled cheese lets you use potatoes in a whole new way. And what a delicious way it is.
Even though it’s dressed up for Halloween, you can have fun with these cute pizza-inspired spuds year round. This recipe offers a gluten-free option, too.
Another great potato and pizza combination comes from The Baker Chick. Make deep-dish or thin crust depending on your preference. It’s sure to result in a unique flavor combination either way.
Handle the Heat’s lighter take on the ever-popular loaded potato soup yields four delicious servings so the whole family can enjoy this scrumptious meal together.
This baked potato salad from Andrea’s Recipes is so easy the kids can make it with just a little supervision. And, the cool, tasty vinaigrette will be a refreshing change from your typical mayo-laden potato salads.
Serve this unique finger food from Brunch Time Baker at your next party—even if you’re tight on time. It takes just 15 minutes to put together when potatoes are heated in the microwave.
Hummus and veggies make these Stuffed Baked Potatoes from Ann Arbor Vegan Kitchen a nutritious and delicious meal .