FOOD: Crazy-Talk Paleo Potato Skins

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STOP! Whatever it is you’re doing, pay close attention. I’m going to leak the best every potato skins recipe, and it just so happens to be Paleo-Friendly. SAY WHAT?!?

You heard that right, I’ve found the best potato skin recipe of all time, and it is FREE of everything; dairy-free, sugar-free, wheat-free, and completely Paleo-friendly. If you follow me on instagram you will have heard the man and I are riding first class on the Paleo-Bandwagon, and the reason behind all this Paleo mumbo-jumbo is we’ve recently been forced into a wheat free, dairy free, sugar free diet after a few health issues that came up for Sam. Because I love him very much, I am supporting him in all he does, I too will follow along with his new found way of living. And, would you believe I am totally enjoying it, how could I not after perfecting a potatoes skin we can have in time for the Superbowl. I’d be crazy to say anything ill towards a lifestyle that allows me potatoes and bacon. That’s crazy talk, and I won”t have none of it.

So without further ado, let’s get down to business and get you this recipe:

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Paleo Potato Skins

8 Yams {mini size}
1 tbsp Olive Oil
1/8 cup Almond Milk {unsweetend}
4 Bacon strips {free of nitrates and ideally grass-fed}
3/4 cup Daiya Cheese
Green Onion for toppings
Salt & Pepper to taste

So first things first I washed and Yams {or sweet potatoes, whatever you wanna call ’em}, once washed I put them on a foil covered baking sheet and in the oven at 400 Degrees for 25 minutes. While the potatoes bake up, I cooked my Bacon on the stove, making sure its nice and crispy, drained and pat dry. Once the potatoes are all baked, I pulled them out and let them cool for about 5 minutes, this way they were easier to touch. I cut each potato in half, length wise and scooped out a good portion of the centers, placing them all in a bowl together. I then added the Almond Milk and sprinkled a little Salt and Pepper and whipped it on high with my stand mixer. Let that go for a few minutes, and in the mean time drizzle your skins with Olive Oil, sprinkle with a dash of Salt and put them back in the oven to crispen up {only about 5 minutes}. Take them out, fill them with your whipped filling, sprinkle them with your Bacon, and Daiya Cheese and put them on a low broil for about 2 to 3 minutes. Watch them closely you’d hate to screw-em up at this point, after all your hard work. Out they come, plate them and sprinkle with your Green Onions and serve.

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  1. Krista M says:

    I pretty well have a potato-addiction and potato skins are usually not the healthiest. First time I’ve seen a recipe that embraces some healthier ingredient options yet still maintains some original flavor like the bacon (which is a must!)

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