Baked spuds are a trusty comfort food, and they’re especially soothing to a gut in turmoil when not much else seems appetizing. They also make a fabulous foundation for a simple yet satisfying main dish when topped with a creamy sauce or hearty protein. Some people struggle with nailing the perfect baked potato, so this recipe removes all the guesswork. If you have difficulty digesting too much fiber, skip the skins. The potato flesh is low in calories and rich in potassium, magnesium, iron, and vitamin C. Not too shabby!