Easy Baked Potato Casserole

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Potato salad is such a versatile food as are potatoes, their main ingredient. Try this easy baked potato salad and see if you prefer the stuff hot or cold. Potatoes are such a great vegetable that can be used in so many different ways, and served anywhere from very hot to well chilled. They also work well with many different kinds of foods, whether they are mashed, fried, boiled, in their skins or out, and in many other different configurations.

Potatoes are a nutritious food that pack plenty of vitamins and minerals, especially phosphorous and vitamin C, as well as loads of fiber when you eat the skin. And unlike some vegetables, potato skins taste good. You can even keep the skins on when you make mashed potatoes, and of course, eat the whole potato when it is baked. Try to avoid loading on the butter and sour cream and the potato becomes a waist watcher’s friend. There are only about 80 calories in a medium sized potato (but watch the jumbo size that can easily carry more than twice that many calories in their gigantic size).

Potatoes are the main event in this baked potato salad that includes bacon, onion and other great ingredients. Baking it in a casserole dish makes it easy to serve and helps to create a crust on top and bottom that can be chewy and delicious. Try it soon and let your family vote to see which they prefer more, cold potato salad or the easy baked variety. Potato salad made almost any way is an affordable and easy to make dish. Enjoy it soon, and make it often.Find out how to make this recipe and many others just like it at the website, Little Cook from the Prarie in the Big Cit.

Nutrition Facts for: Easy Baked Potato Casserole from Little Cook from the Prarie in the Big City
Ingredients: Potatoes, salt, bacon, green onions, cheddar cheese, sour cream, pepper, Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 10 servings * Per Serving: Calories 492, Calories from Fat 290, Total Fat 32.2g 50%, Saturated Fat 14.2g 71%, Cholesterol 68mg 23%, Sodium 1201mg 50%, , Protein 16.6g, Vitamin A 14%, Vitamin C 60%, Calcium 24%, Iron 8%

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