Jenny Craig Recipe Creation: Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato

When I lived with my friend Jen a million years ago in Tennessee, she worked in an office where folks loved to celebrate all of the holidays with a potluck.  When St. Patrick’s Day rolled around, Jen made a concoction that I’d never tried before:  COLCANNON.

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, I spotted the Jenny Craig Loaded Baked Potato and knew what I needed to make.  This classically festive dish is a MUST-HAVE this St. Patrick’s Day, and you’ll stay exactly on plan!

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

If you haven’t had colcannon, you’re missing out!!!  It’s an amazing combination of mashed potatoes, scallions, and cabbage… and it comes together perfectly with the loaded baked potato.  You’re going to love this, and perhaps capture some of the luck of the Irish along the way!

Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato

Serves 1

INGREDIENTS

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

1 Jenny Craig Loaded Baked Potato

1 1/2 cup shredded green cabbage

2-3 Tbsp. diced onion

2 scallions, sliced on the diagonal

1 wedge Laughing Cow Cheese – Swiss or White Cheddar Flavor

Cooking Spray

Salt

Pepper

INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Dice your white onions and place them in a skillet prepared with cooking spray and set to medium heat.

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

2.  Finely slice your cabbage and add it to the pan.  Add salt and pepper.  Cook until slightly caramelized, about 5 minutes stirring often.  Note:  I used my spiralizer to prepare my cabbage.

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

3.  Cook your baked potato in the microwave per package directions.  Scoop out the insides of the potato and move them to a small bowl.  Place the potato skin aside on a small plate.

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

4.  Add the cabbage mixture to the bowl.  Add wedge of laughing cow and 1/2 of the onion slices.  Stir until well combined.

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

5.  Refill the potato skin with the volumized mixture, and garnish with remaining scallions.  Enjoy!!

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

Jenny Craig Colcannon Stuffed Baked Potato | No Thanks to Cake

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Comments

  1. Brian says

    I never heard of Colcannon before but it looks wonderful. Thank you for posting this the week of St Patty’s Day. Perfect way to celebrate without going crazy!!

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