12 Best Potassium-Rich Foods You Can Eat


1. Sundried Tomatoes

sun dried tomatoes in bowl with seasoning

Potassium per 1/2 cup: 925 milligrams (19.7% DV)

Toss them in your pasta dish or place them atop your homemade pizza, because sundried tomatoes are packed full of potassium with almost 20% of your daily value in 1/2 cup.

Along with providing a hefty dose of potassium, sun-dried tomatoes also contain over 13% of your daily value of iron, as well as over 3 grams of protein and fiber.


2. Acorn Squash

Acorn Squash

Potassium per cup: 896 milligrams (19.1% DV)

Acorn squash is a winter squash rich in potassium, with 19% of your daily value. It also has a good amount of antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and fiber, making it a super healthy vegetable for your favorite cozy winter dishes.

An easy way to cook acorn squash is to cut it in half and roast it in the oven. You can enjoy the roasted squash as is with some light seasoning, or you can throw it into a soup or bowl of chili.