Loaded Potato Skin Adilla

Loaded Potato Skin Adilla

What do you do with those leftover mashed potatoes? You make a Loaded Potato Skin Adilla! Or if you love potatoes and just looking for a new way to eat them, give this recipe a try.

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Course: Appetizer, Main Course, Side Dish, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Carb Loading, Potato Skins, Potatoes
Servings: 4

Loaded Potato Skin Adilla



  • Place dice potatoes in a medium sauce pot and fill with water until the potatoes are completely covered. Bring the pot of water with potatoes to a boil and cook for 10-12 minutes until the potatoes are soft.
  • Remove the pot from the stove and strain the water from the potatoes. Place the potatoes back in the pot and mash them with the buttery spread (vegan buter). Mash until you have a creamy consistancy.
  • Add the diced garlic, jalapenos, and shallots to the mashed potatoes. Season with the salt and pepper. Cook the potatoes again for another 2-3 minutes on medium heat stirring occusionally. Then remove from heat and set aside.
  • Heat a large saute pan to medium heat. While the pan is heating prep the wraps. On half of each wrap spread the mashed potatoes. (The wraps will shirnk while cooking, so spread the mashed potatoes to about ¼ inch from the edges)
  • Then sprinkle the vegan cheese and bac'un bits on top of the mashed potatoes. Fold the wrap in half, containing the mashed postatoes in the wrap, pressing the edges together.
  • Now that your wraps are stuffed and the pan is hot. Add the olive oil to the pan and immediately add the wraps. Depending on the size of the pan you might not be able to fit all four potatoe skin adillas in the pan at the same time. If not, cook them in batches.
  • Cook for 5 minutes on the first side, then flip and cook for another 5 minutes on the other side.
  • Remove from heat, cut each Loaded Potatoe Skin Adilla into 3rds, sprinkle with the diced scallons and enjoy. Or portion out for your weekly meal prep.
Loaded Potato Skin Adilla

Macro Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Loaded Potato Skin Adilla
Amount Per Serving
Calories 246 Calories from Fat 112
% Daily Value*
Fat 12.4g19%
Saturated Fat 5.7g36%
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 2g
Sodium 301.9mg13%
Potassium 428.6mg12%
Carbohydrates 31.1g10%
Fiber 5.1g21%
Sugar 1.7g2%
Protein 5.1g10%
Vitamin A 0.8IU0%
Vitamin C 32.8mg40%
Calcium 5.2mg1%
Iron 5.2mg29%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Are you meal prepping? Do you count your macros or calories? Check out my notes below on how you can incorporate these loaded potato skin adillas into your meal prep. Also how you can easily adjust protein, carbs, and fats to meet your macro requirements.


These loaded potato skin adillas are wonderful for meal prepping. You can store each serving in the fridge for up to 1 week and eat it as it fits your meal plan. Or you can store them in the fridge for up to one month. You are going to love how well this recipe reheats!

If stored in the fridge, you can reheat them in the microwave for 30 seconds. If they are stored in the freezer, pull them out to defrost overnight then microwave for 30 – 45 seconds. Or if pulling directly from the freezer before reheating, microwave for 1-2 minutes.


  • This recipe does not have a ton of protein. However if you would like to increase the protein you can do so by adding a new ingredient to this recipe.
  • I would recommend adding shredded chicken or turkey breast to this recipe. (You would add the shredded meat to the mashed potatoes with the jalapeños, and shallots and continue cooking following the remaining instructions.) The amount of protein will increase based on the amount of chicken or turkey you add to the recipe.

For Example:

  • For every 1 ounce of turkey breast you increase the protein by 6 grams.
  • With every 1 ounce of chicken breast you increase the protein 8.8 grams.

Or follow this recipe for these loaded potato skin adillas as it is and use this carb loaded recipe as a great why to hit your carb macro for the day. It is also a terrific snack to eat after a hard workout.

  • The carbohydrate in this recipe comes from a few different items: The wraps and the potatoes. The wrap that I used is one of my favorites, Kaliwonder slim wrap. I chose this wrap because it is vegan, gluten free, and only has 7 net carbs.
  • If you are looking to increase the carbs in this recipe, the easiest way to do so, would be to trade out the wrap for one with higher carbs. You can find wraps with as few as 7 carbs like this Kaliwonder slim wrap, or have as many as 35 carbs. However you may be sacrificing for a non vegan wrap, or wrap that contains gluten.
  • The fat in these loaded potato skin adillas comes from a few different ingredients: The vegan cheese, the oil, and the vegan buttery spread. Changing the amount of any three can increase or decrease the amount of fat in this recipe.

My recommendation for increasing the fat, would be to increase the amount of cheese. However if you are looking to decrease the fat, cook the loaded wraps in a non stick cooking spray, instead of the extra virgin olive oil.

For Example:

  • For every 20 grams of cheese, you increase or decrease the fat by 5 grams.
  • With every tablespoon of the vegan buttery spread, you increase of decrease the fat by 9 grams.
  • Finally for every 1/2 a tablespoon of oil, you increase or decrease the fat by 7 grams

When making adjustments to the macros you will want to keep in mind the number of servings you are making.

Loaded Potato Skin Adilla

Do you love all potatoes? If so you should check out this sweet potato recipe.

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