Healthy Irish Potato Bites baked with spinach that the kids will love! This is the protein packed meal they’ll be asking for again and again.
Healthy Irish Potato Bites for Kids
March is full of madness and luck of the Irish and the leprechauns love these healthy Irish Potato Bites! They’re stuffed full of spinach, cheese and turkey. They’re like mini twice baked potatoes! The kids will love eating 2 or 3 of these for the perfect protein packed meal.
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How to Make Irish Potato Bites
These are basically healthy mini twice baked potatoes. You’ll boil your red potatoes to cook them and then slice them in half. I cut off a little of the bottom of each half to make sure it would lay flat on the pan and not roll around. Scoop out the inside of the potatoes using a melon baller or a spoon and mash away. After you mash your potatoes you’ll cook up some ground turkey and then add in spinach and cheese. Mix it all with the mashed potatoes and then re-fill the potatoes. Your kids can help you fill the potatoes! Pop them back in the oven to make sure they’re heated all the way through and then serve with a tiny dollop of sour cream on top. Add some chives for color and watch out for leprechauns. They might sneak up and try to steal one!