super bowl sweet potato lime guacamole

making guacamole for the superbowl party

hello friends,

we absolutely loved hearing all the answers to our little fun question game yesterday. looks like everyone wants to be super fit, most people are wine lovers (cheers to that), and chocolate pulled ahead by 2!

the recipe we have for you today plus video of Michelle making it, is a quick and healthy recipe that everyone will love.

sweet potato lime guacamole perfect for game day.

we feel this sweet potato lime guacamole would be perfect for any Super Bowl party. we are planning on making it again this football Sunday.

we made this guacamole recipe a few years ago for another super bowl game recipe idea. we remembered loving it so much and decided to make it again, but this time add in a video of us making it.

mashing avocado for superbowlmashing avocado

steamed sweet potatosteamed sweet potato

prepping all ingredients

ingredients for guacamole recipe

love fresh cilantro

mashing avocado for superbowl guacamole

Michelle hard at work

we could not find kabocha squash in stores any more, so this time we used sweet potatoes. luckily the sweet potato worked amazing in this recipe as well! although we feel sweet potatoes taste great with so many things.

we served our sweet potato lime guacamole with some raw gluten free crackers, but it would really go well with just about anything.

easy superbowl snacks

super bowl sweet potato lime guacamole

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Yield: makes about 2 cups of dip

super bowl sweet potato lime guacamole

Sweet potato lime guacamole perfect to serve on game day with your favorite veggies, chips or crackers. A healthy homemade guacamole dip.


  • 2 avocados
  • 1 small sweet potato, steamed and cut into chunks
  • 2 scallions (green onions), sliced
  • good handful of fresh cilantro, chopped
  • 2 garlic gloves, sliced
  • 1 lime zest and juice or lemon would be fine
  • sea salt to taste


  1. scoop out your avocado into a bowl. next steam up your sweet potato and skin. cut into chunks and add into the bowl with the avocado. begin to mash with a spoon or fork.
  2. then slice up your scallions and garlic. zest and juice your lime. toss them into the bowl and continue to mash and stir till everything is mixed well. we like our guacamole on the chunky side.
  3. and we sprinkled ours with some black lava sea salt.


easy healthy sweet potato guacamole that is a perfect addition to any super bowl party, what do you think? we think so.

eating a raw gluten free cracker with guacamoleeasy as 1-2-3

enjoy the video.

now it is time to eat and watch some football. who wants to join us?

we always forget how quick and easy making guacamole can be. and the possibilities are endless. some other great guacamole recipes that we have seen that caught our eyes are:

edamame guacamole from two peas & their pod

garden guacamole from Kristen’s raw

firecracker guacamole from the wannabe chef

have  a wonderful day,

L & M


  1. says

    What an AWESOME recipe, girls!!! They are definitely two of my favorite things! So simple with the ingredients too!

    Oh, and I thought you should know for Ella’s first birthday I am stoked to make a bunch of your doughnuts and set up a “make your own” station for the kids where they can add their own toppings! Thanks for the recipe. I;m not sure if I should get the pans to bake them or the mini doughnut maker though? The pans I can do bigger batches, but if I get the mini maker I could maybe make them on site for the kids? I know you love your doughnut maker but what do you think?
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    • says

      Laury that is awesome!! we hope they all like it :) tough question but we would say the mini donut maker from target is really easy to use and bakes the donuts a lot faster, but the pans are good too. the mini donut maker can bake donuts in about 2 minutes just have to do them multiple rounds to use all the batter up, as with the pans they tend to bake 12-15 minutes. but really we feel all would be great! let us know if there is anything else :)

  2. says

    Hi girls,
    This is such a fabulous idea for a guacamole with a twist! It looks so delicious.

    I wanted to let you know how much I love your blog. I am new-ish to the blogging world and you two lovely ladies have definitely been an inspiration for me :)

    Your raw crackers look SO good. I live in Australia, would you send them here?


  3. Brooke says

    Ladies, I would kill for your Twincakes cracker recipes, any chance you’ll be sharing them in the near future? In your blog or cookbook? Pretty ppplleeaassee??

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