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Baked Potato Salad - Lightened-Up with Greek Yogurt and Turkey Bacon

Earlier this week, I made this lightened-up baked potato salad using two of my favorite ingredients, fat-free greek yogurt and turkey bacon. It is so good, make it for your family or your next BBQ (Fourth of July!) and I bet your family won’t know the difference. It is so creamy and flavorful! Start...
  • Deborah Jennings

    Baked Potato Salad Lightened Up ~ With Chobani Greek Yogurt & Turkey Bacon

  • amotherworld

    Baked Potato Salad #recipe - lightened-up with greek yogurt and turkey bacon

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  • Bruce Gilardi

    . . . and you know yogurt is the ONLY food found to have a correlation with weight loss: http://www.nytimes.com/2011...

  • C. Q.

    Susan, it has to be a plain yogurt, and it has to have live cultures. But yes, definitely choose one you like the taste of. I usually use the Astro Balkan Style, which works great. The main reason I go with it, though, is because it's one of the few plain yogurts I can buy in a single-serving container.

  • C. Q.

    Well I've lost nearly 120 lbs in the last two years, and I eat 8 oz of yogurt every morning. I couldn't access the link, though, but I can attest to it being part of what I do.

  • Susan Lee

    Thanks for the tips! I can't drink plain milk as I'm lactos intolerant but enjoy plain Greek. I eat a medditeranian based diet so this is perfect! I look foreard to trying this! Fantastic Cheryl - congrats!

  • Bruce Gilardi

    funny - the link works fine for me. try putting 'Still Counting Calories? Your Weight-Loss Plan May Be Outdated By JANE E. BRODY' in google search - it will come up. congratulations on the weight loss! impressive, inspiring. astro balkan - funny - i live in sarajevo (the balkans).

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