4 baking potatoes
110g plain quark
1 bunch spring onions
200g can sweetcorn kernels, drained
1 egg, beaten
2 tbsp freshly chopped chives


Preheat your oven to 200°C/fan 180°C/gas 6.

Scrub the potatoes and prick all over with a fork. Place directly on the oven shelf and bake for about 1 hour, until tender and cooked through. Allow to cool for 20 minutes (until they’re cool enough to handle but still warm).

Cut the potatoes in half then scoop the flesh out into a bowl. Mash with a fork and stir in the quark. Allow the skins and mashed flesh to cool completely.

Meanwhile, trim and finely chop the white and green parts of the spring onions and place in a bowl. Mix with the sweetcorn and a little seasoning.

Once the mashed potato is cooled, stir in the sweetcorn mixture and then pack back into the skins. Squash the bases lightly so they stand well. Cover and chill until required.

To serve, arrange the filled skins on a baking sheet, brush with the beaten egg and return to the oven (preheated to 200°C/fan 180°C/gas 6) for 20-25 minutes, until heated through and golden. Sprinkle with the chives to serve with a side of speedy salad.

Helping you to get motivated 

When you join Slimming World, you’ll become a member of a large supportive community of people in a similar situation to you, with a wealth of advice and tips on recipe ideas, meal planning and motivation whenever you need it.

You’ll also be assigned your own highly-trained consultant — a former member who can help you to set your own weight-loss and fitness goals. Members agree that this support is often key to their success.

You can choose between joining your local group or online.

If you’d like to join a group, please contact your local Consultant to find out how your group is running safely in line with local and national guidance.

All offer full details of how Slimming World’s Food Optimising programme works.

There is a huge list of Free Food to choose from, which doesn’t need to be weighed, calorie counted or measured.

You can also snack on these to satisfy your hunger in between meals.

In addition, you are encouraged to eat measured quantities of certain foods, known as ‘Healthy Extras’ that provide nutrients essential for a healthy, balanced diet.

These include milk and cheese (for calcium) and cereals and wholemeal bread (for fibre and minerals).

And so you never feel deprived you can enjoy limited amounts of treats which are higher-calorie, less filling foods that include chocolate, crisps and alcohol.