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FAQs about creamer potatoes
Not exactly. New potatoes, or baby potatoes, are potatoes that are harvested early in the season. By removing some potatoes at this stage, farmers free up space and nutrients so that the other potatoes can continue to mature. Because new potatoes are so young when they are harvested, they are much smaller than their full-grown counterparts.
Although creamer potatoes are also very small, not all creamer potatoes are younger and smaller versions of a regular potato. Some farmers grow special varieties that are designed to be small at full maturity. This difference can be important in terms of taste and nutritional content.
How long potatoes last depends on how you store them. Fresh, uncooked potatoes should last for one to two weeks at room temperature. If you keep them at a cooler temperature, ideally around 50 degrees Fahrenheit, you can extend their shelf life to two to three months. Do not store uncooked potatoes in the refrigerator, as this may cause the inside to turn an unappealing gray color.
Once you cook potatoes, they will last three to four days in the refrigerator. You can also freeze cooked potatoes for up to one year. Raw cut potatoes can be stored in water for 24 hours before cooking.
Creamer potatoes — especially those harvested at full maturity — provide several health benefits. They are naturally gluten-free and contain no fat, cholesterol, or sodium. Red and blue varieties are particularly high in antioxidants, including anthocyanins, phenol, vitamin C, carotenoids, and flavonoids. Creamer potatoes also contain fiber and resistant starch, which can help control blood sugar and feed the good bacteria in your large intestine.
A single serving of creamer potatoes is about five to six potatoes, with each potato being about 20 calories. Depending on the variety, a serving of creamer potatoes may provide the following:
- 26 grams of carbs.
- 3 grams of protein.
- 2 grams of fiber.
- 13% DV of potassium.
- 45% DV of vitamin C.