This Tex Mex Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes Recipe is super delicious, filling and easy to make for the whole family. If you and your family are fond of potatoes there is a really good tasting and healthy alternative that you can use to create all new dishes. It turns out the sweet potato is much healthier than its cousin the plain white potato.
Are you looking to find some ideas for new, healthier foods for your family? With so many options it is hard to really find ones that are actually healthy and that taste good as well. Many people think of sweet potatoes as a common side dish that are served on holidays with turkey and ham. However, they are becoming much more popular as healthier alternatives and for their unique flavor.
Recipes like this one are really easy to prepare and result in an amazingly delicious change of pace for you and your family. Instead of having them as a side dish, these can prepared as full meal.
Benefits of following the Tex-Mex Chicken Stuffed Potatoes Recipe
● Create a delicious, healthy meal for your family with very little effort
● Recipe is complete with a full list of all of the necessary ingredients
● Also includes a complete, easy to follow step by step preparation guide
● Includes several full color photos showing different stages of the preparation process
Olive Oil for drizzling
Large Bell Pepper
Chicken Breasts, grilled and diced
Salt and Pepper to Taste
Reduced Fat Mexican Cheese, shredded
Optional Toppings: Hot Sauce, Chopped Cilantro, Reduced Fat Sour Cream, Green Onions
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