This is a level 3 recipe (weight maintenance and active lifestyles). Plain baked potatoes have one of the highest scores on the Satiety Index. However, all bets are off when we replace most of the baked potato with luscious cheese and bacon. This dish is like those chip advertisements taunting that "no one can eat just one."There are some ways to make this a lower calorie snack. Just eating less is rather unpleasant, but luckily there are a few ways to cut calories without cutting volume. For instance, use non-fat yogurt and light cheese rather than full fat versions.You could also use turkey "bacon" rather than fattier pork bacon. (This substitution is at your own risk since many agree that turkey bacon isn't as tasty as the real deal. Just sayin')I made the serving size for this recipe two potato skins. If I didn't have a family to share with, I could easily polish off this recipe by myself. If you live alone, cutting this recipe in half may be a smart strategy for you.On the other hand, if you're looking for a high energy snack with a mix of protein, fat, and carbs, this might be perfect for you. Even though this appetizer feels quite decadent, it actually provides an assortment of the essential nutrients we need for good health.Nutrition information is for one serving of the recipe.