Fun With Spuds

by PlantPure Team May 02, 2017

Fun With Spuds

A simple potato can serve as the base for any meal, and also makes a great snack. Not only are potatoes inexpensive and satisfying, but with so many varieties and endless cooking options, you never have to be bored with potatoes. Here are some of our favorite ways to cook and prepare potatoes.

  • 1. Twice Baked Potatoes

  • Check out our recipe video on twice baked potatoes 4 ways! Feel free to use any type of potato you prefer.  

  • 2. Roasted Potatoes/Fries

  • Crispy, Oven Baked, Fat Free French Friesfrom Brand New Vegan

    Grilled Fries on the Stovetop, from High Carb Hannah

     3. Hash Browns

  • Oil-free Hash Browns, from Kathy Fisher

  • Oil-Free Waffle Iron Hash Browns, from Susan Voisin

  • 4. Mashed Potatoes

  • I Love Garlic Mashed Potatoes, from The Center for Nutrition Studies

  • Mashed Kale and Mushrooms, from Jeanne Schumacher (jschumacher.org)

     5. Potato Soup

    Baked Potato Soup, from Kim Campbell

    Creamy Sweet Potato “Coconut” Soup, from Amy Johnson (mrsplantintexas.com)

    Quick and Creamy Potato Soup, from Jill McKeever

    6. Gnocchi

    Grain Free Sweet Potato Gnocchi, from Fork & Beans

    3 Ingredient Vegan Gnocchi, from Cassie Howard 

     7. Flatbread  

    Check out our recipe video for Sweet Potato Indian Flatbread.You can also find the recipe on our website by clicking here. 

     8. Desert Potato

    Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake, from Dreena Burton

    5 Ingredient Sweet Potato Brownies, from Simple Vegan Blog

    Sweet Potato Apple Sauce Muffins, from Terri Edwards

    Oh So Sweet Potatoes, from The Center for Nutrition Studies

     9. Hasselback Potatoes

    Vegan & Oil Free Hasselback Potatoes You Won’t Forget, from Katie Mae

    Cheezy Hasselback Potatoes, from The Plant Philosophy

     10. Indian Potatoes

    Chana Masala, from Kim Campbell

     11. Potato Salad

    Sweet Potato Noodle Salad, from Kim Campbell

    German Potato Salad, from Lindsay Nixon















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